Baylor Football Recruiting 2013
Collection of the stories about Baylor's 2013 football recruiting class.
With a combined lift of 2010 lbs in the squat, bench, and deadlifts today, incoming Baylor DT Andrew Billings of Waco, Texas broke Mark Henry's longstanding record and became the second Texas high schooler ever to cross the 2000-lb. threshold.
Barring something crazy happening this afternoon, Baylor Football has its 2013 class intact and ready to go. Everyone expected to sign did so, and the class as a whole looks poised to continue the Bears' upward momentum for years to come.
After thinking it over a bit and visiting the campus officially this weekend, the other of Baylor's two potential commits today reaffirmed that he will be a Bear. That means Baylor went 2-for-2 today on impact prospects at a need position.
Tomorrow may be National Signing Day, the single most-important event in the growth and development of a program that doesn't happen on a field of play, but today might as well be mini-NSD. Baylor has a chance to improve tremendously. I'm hoping.
Remember that thread I had two days ago about Billings announcing on Monday? Well ... yeah. He's not. He's announcing Tuesday, and this time the news comes from Smoaky himself, the man who will carry the announcement live. Yay for Tuesday!
We're nine short days away from National Signing Day in college football. With the countdown on and news breaking across the country about where prized prospects will commit, Dan Rubenstein takes a look at the landscape across the Big 12.
Today was the first day JUCO players intending to enroll at semester were eligible to sign National Letters of Intent to the universities of their choice. Several schools, including Baylor, welcomed significant additions to their teams today.