Big 12 recruiting scorecard

Here's the latest on the Big 12 recruiting trail as summer camp season begins to wrap up:


Total commits: 11

ESPN 300 commits: 6

The latest: Baylor is one of four front-runners for ESPN's No. 15 overall recruit, Arkansas DE McTelvin Agim. That's because BU was one of the first to offer the native of Texarkana, Texas. Agim intends to enroll early wherever he goes, and BU appears to be in great shape to get one of his official visits along with Arkansas, Texas A&M and Ole Miss.


Total commits: 2

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: The Cyclones' commitment drought finally ended this weekend. In-state TE Carson Lensing and Georgia DE Dennis Wonnum became the first two members of ISU's 2016 class, and Paul Rhoads even added a late find for 2015 in junior college RB Kendall Williams. Considering the program's poor depth at running back, the former Arizona commit should compete for snaps right away when he arrives in August.


Total commits: 6

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: The Jayhawks secured a commitment from ATH Marquis Smith out of Michigan on Saturday. Smith played quarterback as a junior, but likely will play corner at Kansas and could make an impact as a returner. He chose KU over offers from Indiana, Western Michigan and several other MAC programs.


Total commits: 2

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: K-State is in the mix to get a visit from WR Kofi Boateng, perhaps as early as next month, after landing a spot in his top 10. The three-star from Arlington Lamar is Texas commit Shane Buechele's go-to target and trimmed his list down to KSU, Arizona State, Ole Miss, Maryland, Cal, Texas Tech, Arkansas, Vanderbilt, Washington and Wisconsin at the end of May.


Total commits: 6

ESPN 300 commits: 1

The latest: The Sooners could be in for a Bedlam recruiting battle when it comes to landing in-state OT Tramonda Moore. He emerged as one of the stars of OU's one-day "elite" camp last week after checking in at 6-foot-6 and 350 pounds. Though Moore is related to former Oklahoma State WR Tracy Moore and the Pokes did offer first, a young man that big is worth fighting over.


Total commits: 8

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: Five days after picking up his offer, WR/DB Dillon Stoner became the eighth member of Oklahoma State's class. The local standout from Jenks, Oklahoma, picked the Cowboys over offers from Texas Tech, Arkansas, Kansas and Washington State and is being recruited to play offense after scoring six TDs as a junior.


Total commits: 13

ESPN 300 commits: 5

The latest: One DFW-area defender whose stock is on the rise this spring is Allen three-star DE Levi Onwuzurike. Now that he's up to more than two dozen offers, Onwuzurike put out a top 10 last week and included the Horned Frogs along with Arkansas, Arizona State, Baylor, Miami, Michigan, Oklahoma State, SMU, Texas Tech and Washington.


Total commits: 5

ESPN 300 commits: 2

The latest: With signee Du'Vonta Lampkin's status still very much in limbo, Texas had a serious need at defensive tackle for 2016. The staff began to address that on Wednesday with a pledge from massive Louisiana DT Gerald Wilbon. The 6-foot-3, 311-pound lineman chose UT over Texas Tech after taking an unofficial visit this summer. ESPN 300 Houston commit DT Jordan Elliott also visited UT over the weekend.


Total commits: 19

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: With a whopping 19 commitments now on board, Texas Tech and Michigan State have the second-largest classes in the country right now behind only Miami. Tech added two more to the fold last week in Oklahoma DE Noah Jones and Houston ILB Jordyn Brooks. Since ESPN scouts have only evaluated three of Tech's commits so far, it's hard to tell how this class stacks up from a quality standpoint. But on quantity, it's a remarkable start.


Total commits: 12

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: Yep, that's right, Kevin White has another brother heading to West Virginia. His name is Kyzir White, and he might be one of the best junior college DBs in the country. Kyzir committed to WVU last Tuesday and will enroll next year. Their brother, WR Ka'Raun White, already is on campus. If either can come close to matching the potential of the Bears' first-round pick, look out.