The first year of the 2019 recruiting cycle has finally arrived, and it’s going to be a wild ride for recruits from every major college and conference.
The Big 12 will have a ton of talent this fall, with five of the top 10 players in 2019 eligible.
This will be an incredible year for the league and for Texas fans, who can look forward to seeing their beloved Longhorns and Big 12 brethren in the same conference.
While some of these players may be considered highly touted, it’s important to remember that there are many more prospects out there.
There’s also plenty of value in having a handful of these high-profile players as part of your roster.
Here’s what you need to know to be sure you’re making the right decisions with the 2019 class.
How to find a good 2019 recruiting class and what to look forThis year is shaping up to be the best recruiting season in the history of the Big 12.
The Big 12 has two recruiting classes, and both of them are loaded.
This is going to leave a ton to be desired for Texas, but the talent is there.
Here are a few things to keep in mind when selecting your 2019 class:It’s important for you to keep this in mind: The Big Ten and Pac-12 are very deep in the 2019 rankings, and Texas has already landed three top-10 players from those conferences.
This means that the Big Ten’s and Pac 20’s 2019 classes are extremely competitive.
If you’re interested in seeing what that looks like, here’s a look at the 2019 Big Ten recruiting rankings:Here’s a list of schools that have signed five or more top-20 players from each conference:• Penn State• Oklahoma State• Ohio State• Michigan State• TCU• OhioThis is a lot of talent.
However, the Big XII and MAC are a little bit more competitive, and the Big 10 has two big names in the 2018 class.
The MAC is also loaded, and Michigan State has already made some big names, including linebacker Michael Williams and defensive end DeAndre Houston-Carson.
This year has the MAC recruiting class ranked No. 1 in the country.
Here is a list (via 247Sports) of schools with two or more Top 10 players:• Arizona State• Georgia Tech• Kansas• Louisville• Michigan• Notre Dame• Tennessee• TexasA few other schools are looking to add some depth to their rosters this year.
It will be interesting to see how these additions translate to recruiting rankings.
Here it is, the 2019 SEC recruiting rankings, with all the schools on it:Here are some other things to look out for:1.
The SEC has two more recruits in 2019 than in 2018.
This number is going up.2.
The ACC is starting to have some big players on the roster, with two of them in 2019.3.
Texas has a pair of Top 10 guys on the 2019 roster, and that’s a great sign.
This should be a fun recruiting class for the Longhorns, who have plenty of talent and a lot to build around.4.
TCU has four top-40 players and will be very good for the Horned Frogs in 2019, but they’ll be looking to replace two of their top-five recruits this year in DeAndre Harris and Derrick Carter.5.
There are plenty of opportunities for big-time recruits in the Big East, with seven of the 11 Big Ten programs adding two or three prospects to their 2019 class, including Rutgers and Maryland.
There are a couple of more things to consider, but these are the top five to look at.
First, look at how each school does with the top talent on its roster.
If they sign one of the players, that can open up more room for recruiting opportunities.
For instance, if they sign a player from an ACC school, that could open up the door for a recruiting opportunity for that school in 2019 if they lose one of their four recruits.
Another consideration is how the school handles players who are on their roster but aren’t recruiting.
If a player is on their squad but isn’t recruiting, that may make it difficult to land them on the recruiting list.
The Longhorns can make this even worse if the player is not in a good spot on the team.
This could also be a sign of how the Big Six is preparing to do things in 2019: It will recruit in a much better way than in the past.
If the Big Eight and Big Ten have more talent than the Big Twelve, they will probably recruit better than the rest of the league.
If you want to know more about 2019 recruiting, head over to 247Sports.
This site is an all-in-one resource for recruiting, with over 60,000 pages of recruiting data.
Here you’ll find all the 2018-2019 Big 12 recruiting rankings for each school.
There is also a list for the 2018 Big Ten, a list containing every 2018-19 ACC