Baylor football has yet another big day on the recruiting trial. The Bears have already nabbed five new commitments and could have a few more by the end of the day.
The Bears have added Khalil Keith, an offensive tackle from Alabama:
Baylor also added Bryson Jackson, an outside linebacker from Mansfield, Texas:
Jackson was previously committed to Minnesota, which once again makes this tweet funny:
Dear new Baylor staff: while I appreciate the effort, you're not getting any kid committed to another P5 school. #justsaying— Mark Passwaters (@mbpRivals) December 14, 2016
The Bears have also added Rob Saulin, a defensive end and possible tight end from Pennsylvania. Saulin was a former Temple commit:
The Bears added Cole Maxwell too. Maxwell is a defensive end from Allen, Texas. Here’s his announcement:
And if you thought they were done, Henry Klinge III has joined the party. Klinge is an offensive tackle from Southlake, Texas. Here’s his decision:
Mark lets you know too:
All this is happening so fast, there may be some disagreements about who committed in which order. But Baylor is up to 19 now for 2017.— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) January 22, 2017
So far it's been TE, OLB, OL, DL, OL today. Huge need positions.— OurDailyBears (@OurDailyBears) January 22, 2017
We will update this thread throughout the day. We’ll also Facebook live at 3 to talk about this. Sic ‘Em!