KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Wednesday is National Signing Day for high school student athletes in a number of different sports, most notably football.
The top schools from the Big 12 are Baylor and Oklahoma. K-State is down this year with a preliminary number of 19 expected to sign, good for the 71st overall class in the country. Kansas is way down because of numbers, expected to sign only 15 athletes, which gives the Jayhawks the 98th overall class.
Missouri has taken a dip in recruiting, but is set to have the most successful class of the schools with local competing interest. New coach Barry Odom’s class is currently ranked 49th in the country with 19 commitments.
FOX 4 will have coverage throughout Wednesday from local high schools and the final commitment totals for Mizzou, KU and K-State.