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CFN BigXII Recruiting review

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Yea I know, too early but some filler before we see what surprises CTH has in store the next 24 hours.




Star Recruit (duh)


RB Bijan Robinson, 6-1, 205 – Get him out there already. The Tucson native got away from Arizona and should be a workhorse back who can catch, run with power, and crank out yards in huge chunks.
Key Schools In The Running: Ohio State, Oklahoma, USC


Recruiting strength




Offensive Backfield
There might be a bigger bulk of talent for other spots, but the stars behind the line should be the game-changers. RB Bijan Robinson might take over the program, and QBs Hudson Card and Ja’Quinden Jackson will make things interesting when Sam Ehlinger is done.\\

What's missing from the recruiting class (interesting 4 of 10 schools was DL)



Defensive Tackles
There weren’t any to count on in the 2019 class, and this year there’s just Vernon Broughton. He might be a special prospect, but next year will be about the depth in the defensive interior.

All BigXII recruiting team


QB Hudson Card, Texas

RB Bijan Robinson, Texas

RB Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State

WR Marvin Mims, Oklahoma

WR Troy Omeire, Texas

TE Jalin Conyers, Oklahoma

OT Anton Harrison, Oklahoma

OG Nate Anderson, Oklahoma

C Zach Frazier, West Virginia

OG Aaryn Parks, Oklahoma

OT Andrej Karic, Texas

PS, my edit, I'll take our OL haul over anyone in the conference.


DE Reggie Grimes, Oklahoma

DT Vernon Broughton, Texas

DT Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma

DE Sean Martin, West Virginia

LB Prince Dorbah, Texas

LB Brendan Walker, Oklahoma

LB Shane Whitter, Oklahoma

CB Kitan Crawford, Texas

S Xavion Alford, Texas

S Bryson Washington, Oklahoma

CB David Vincent-Okoli, West Virginia


2020 Big 12 Recruiting Rankings

No, really. How good were the Big 12 classes this 2020 recruiting season?


2. Texas

The big haul was last season. The future of Texas football was all about upgrading the talent level across the board and getting faster. This one is more about trying to upgrade a few spots and create good depth chart fights. It’s not a huge class, and there weren’t any massive needs, the program just needs past classes to come through and be stronger. This one isn’t going to be quite as strong as Oklahoma’s, but it’ll blow away just about everyone else’s haul.

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