Texas Tech received a late commitment to their 2013 class in Navarro J.C. LB Andre Ross.
Head coach Kliff Kingsbury and his new coaching staff completed their first recruiting class. A look at all of the players involved and the coaches responsible for those players.
Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury snags an under-the-radar commit from Detroit in offensive tackle Poet Thomas.
Defensive end and linebacker JaCarthy Mack is an outside linebacker or eventual defensive committed to Texas Tech along with King H.S. teammates Joshua Outlaw and D.J. Polite-Bray.
Wrapping up the Texas Tech Recruiting Reviews from Dallas, Houston, and Midland along with information on some preferred walk-ons who will be attending Texas Tech.
Outlaw was one of three teammates from King H.S. in Lithonia, Georgia, that committed to Texas Tech on National Signing Day.
Some remaining links on Texas Tech's 2013 football recruiting class and the spring game is set for April 20th.
All of the faxes for the National Letters of Intent should be in. Who will have the biggest impact? Who is your favorite under the radar commit? What still needs to be addressed? Answer five questions!
2013 Sherman linebacker Kahlee Woods committed to Texas Tech. Woods maybe lacks top-level speed, but he simply makes plays.
Another JUCO player that appeared to have made a position change his sophomore year, as cornerback Martin Hill played receiver his freshman year at Pierce C.C.
According to Hutchinson C.C. defensive end Demetrius Alston's twitter feed, he's committed to Texas Tech after at one time being committed to Cincinnati. I will not be linking to his Twitter feed.
The Red Raiders and head coach Kliff Kingsbury secure their second commitment of the day in Georgia outside linebacker Zach Barnes.
Clarksville tight end Gary Moore committed to Texas Tech in what was a very busy day for Texas Tech and head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
Mt. San Antonio College cornerback Dorian Crawford commits to Texas Tech and add some experience at the cornerback position, where there are many unproven players.
There are three major areas of need for the 2013 Texas Tech recruiting class: offensive line, secondary and receiver. Who is currently committed that can help? Which players on the roster can fill some roles.
Texas Tech secured the commitment of former Washington St. commit (thank you Eric Morris) DE/LB Malik Jenkins. Jenkins played a ton of middle linebacker at Ennis last year and appears to have matured physically over the course of his senior year.