Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation
New Baylor coach Matt Rhule inherits the smallest recruiting class of any Power 5 program and has only 57 days to fix it. The Bears have one commitment in the 2017 class with national signing day on Feb. 1, so don't be surprised if Rhule looks at a number of prospects pledged to the Owls to fill Baylor's class. One player to keep an eye on is longtime Owl three-star quarterback commitment Toddy Centeio of Palm Beach (Florida) Dwyer. Centeio is supposed to receive an in-home visit from Temple coaches this evening and make an official visit to Philadelphia this weekend, but both visits are up in the air because of the news. "We are waiting on more information right now, but we would talk to others," Centeio's father, Todd Centeio, said.