The recruiting battle within the borders of the Lone Star State is as even as it’s been in decades.
Mack Brown’s promise of better days ahead for Texas, coupled with Texas A&M’s 11-2 season that included a Heisman Trophy and a win over eventual national champion Alabama, has put a huge question mark over where the state’s elite recruits will sign next February.
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LONE STAR PLEDGES
The schools with the most number of 2014 commitments from the state of Texas, so far. Parenthesis reflects the total number of pledges in that school’s current recruiting class:
22, Baylor (23)
19, Rice (20)
18, Houston (20)
18, Texas (23)
13, SMU (14)
13, Texas A&M (14)
13, Texas State (14)