A look at the top recruits and graduate transfers set to arrive at their respective Big 12 schools during the summer.
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Penn State is riding high following a Big Ten title in 2016, and it couldn't come at a better time. Penn State is among the teams needing big classes.
Many of the top recruits in the Big 12 were committed to other Big 12 programs, including four-star wide receiver Jalen Reagor of TCU.
Not all new jobs are created equally. While some first-year coaches will be given time to turn things around, others will be expected to win big right now with no excuses accepted.
From Oklahoma's Creed Humphrey, who's already earning praise from Bob Stoops, and across the Big 12, here are some names you should know for 2017.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Texas defensive lineman Jordan Elliott has announced that he's transferring. Elliott, a backup, was a top 100 recruit a year ago. Texas also confirmed that defensive lineman Marcel Southall is no longer with the team.
Kansas State has the stability in its special teams to be ranked No. 1. How do the rest of the Big 12 teams fare after spring practice?
A look at the defensive back rankings in the Big 12, which is led by the Kansas State trio of D.J. Reed, Duke Shelley and Kendall Adams.
TCU's linebacker duo remains in the pole position to enter summer.
Coming out of spring, the Longhorns still rate as the conference's best defensive line for 2017. Which Big 12 teams are on their heels?
Quarterback Will Grier looked sharp in West Virginia's spring game and could make the Mountaineers a team to watch this fall.
Oklahoma's offensive line has eight returnees with starting experience, including the best lineman in the Big 12. That solidifies the top spot.
Oklahoma and Texas air out their differences with tweets while Baker Mayfield joins in with a jab at the Cowboys.
The new optics brought in by Tom Herman are very impressive. Will they translate into more wins this fall?
With spring practice done, we're updating our Big 12 position rankings. Here are the running backs, and West Virginia remains one of the best groups.
Vince Young led Texas to a BCS title with a dramatic win over USC at the Rose Bowl, but that team isn't the best Texas squad of all time. Find out which team was judged the best ever.
Tom Herman and the Longhorns need recruiting wins over Oklahoma, LSU and Texas A&M. So far this spring, they're accomplishing that mission.
Most of the pieces are in place for Tom Herman to have success in Year 1 at the helm.
Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph push their teams atop the Big 12 QB rankings; Will Grier looks good at West Virginia.
Former freshman All-American Malik Jefferson is the first linebacker to come off the board.
Rising sophomore QB Shane Buechele finished a strong offseason by throwing for 369 yards and three touchdowns while completing 23 of 39 passes in the Longhorns' spring game.
While there's plenty of time for movement on the Longhorns' depth chart, sophomore Shane Buechele exits spring with a clear lead in the QB competition.
The state of Oklahoma should feel good about its two Big 12 teams heading into the fall.
Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer
Here are the Texans' picks so far through the first three rounds of the draft: 1. Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson; 2. Zach Cunningham, ILB., Vanderbilt; 3. D'Onta Foreman, RB., Texas.
Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer
Rick Smith called D'Onta Foreman a "productive" running back and thinks he will add balance to the running game and offense.