The Class of 2015 is complete. 2016 has only begun.
247Sports' Crystal Ball:
Check back on these often; the predictions update every day.
2016 Recruiting Class -- National Rank: 13, Commits: 8
OFFENSE: QB (1/?), RB (1/?), WR (1/?), OL (2/?)
DEFENSE: DT (1/?), CB (1/?), S (2/?)
2016 Wish List:
DT: Kendell Jones
DT: Jordan Elliott
DT: Michael Williams
DT: Bravvion Roy
DE: Isaiah Chambers
DE: McTelvin Agim
DE/LB: Erick Fowler
LB: Deonte Williams
LB: Dontavious Jackson
NB: Innis Gaines
CB: Donovan Duvernay
CB: Obi Eboh
S: Eric Monroe
S: Eric Cuffee
As always, this is a work-in-progress and will take shape over the coming months.
Players removed (who did not commit to us):
S Chris Miller (4/24): Committed!
OL J.P. Urquidez (4/13): Committed to Baylor. Here's ODB's story on the commitment. After the loss of Jordan Elliott, this is some welcome news for the 2016 class, especially given the apparent enthusiasm Urquidez has for his future school. Couple this commitment with Patrick Hudson, and the OL of the future certainly looks to be in great shape.
DT Jordan Elliott (4/6): Decommitted tonight. He was Baylor's highest-ranked 2016 recruit so far and is now our second decommit after WR Tren'Davian Dickson. People will say that his offer list just grew too big for Baylor to keep him, but it's more likely who offered him than how many. Expect USC to be a big player here.
Jordan Elliot on decommitment:"It was a very tough decision, I love Baylor. But I have to take everything into consideration." @baylorscout— Ashton Warren (@Ashton_Brooke) April 7, 2015
DT Bravvion Roy (4/6): Named Baylor a leader to Scout along with Missouri.
RB Kameron Martin (4/6): Tweeted the following after Elliott decommitted:
No updates yet.
4/24/2015: Chris Miller commits!
4/15/2015 (pbp): Updated Commitment list, national rank, etc. in the wake of the J.P. Urquidez commitment.
4/6/2015: Created April Thread.
My apologies to all for letting the March Thread fall into disuse and for delaying April until I had naught but bad news to report. I promise that April will be a much more active month here, and hopefully we'll get some good news along with it.