Six Big 12 teams own ESPN top 30 recruiting class approaching early signing period

Football prospects can make their verbal commitments to schools official this week with the Dec. 20-22 early signing period.

As the three-day window approaches, the recruiting outlook is strong across the Big 12 Conference.

Six Big 12 football teams own 2018 recruiting classes that are ranked within the top 30 in the nation by ESPN.

Texas leads the entire Big 12, as the Longhorns’ 2018 class is ranked No. 2 in the nation by ESPN.

Below is the entire list of Big 12 teams that made the cut, with their respective class ranking.

  • Texas (No. 2)
  • Oklahoma (No. 6)
  • TCU (No. 15)
  • Baylor (No. 19)
  • West Virginia (No. 25)
  • Oklahoma State (No. 30)

National signing day will retain its traditional early-February date, with the 2018 date set for Wednesday, Feb. 7.

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