National Signing Day was Feb. 1 and the Big 12 football teams added plenty of talent to their rosters. Below is our roundup of National Signing Day in a video, a tweet and a paragraph, along with links to each team’s National Signing Day central.

Baylor

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Baylor ended up with the No. 39 recruiting class overall, according to ESPN.com. That’s a solid tip of the hat to new head coach Matt Rhule, who hit the ground in December and had all of Baylor’s bad publicity to overcome. He landed three four-star recruits, including WRs R.J. Sneed and Trestan Ebner. Rhule really focused on the trenches, as half of his class was either offensive or defensive linemen.

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Iowa State

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In Ames they’re lauding it as one of the best recruiting classes in I-State history. While the Cyclones failed to nail a Top 300 ESPN player, they did snag a pair of four-star recruits in Juco WR Matthew Eaton and WR Joshua Johnson. Along with keeping Waterloo (IA) QB Devon Moore in-state, head coach Matt Campbell managed to land USC transfer Khaliel Rodgers and Michigan transfer Dave Dawson.

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Kansas

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The big news is that the Jayhawks landed an ESPN four-star recruit and the nation’s No. 1 Juco RB in Octavius Matthews. He could inject the offense with some serious talent immediately. In fact, head coach David Beaty and his staff filled the class with seven additional Juco transfers, including Itawamba CC QB Peyton Bender, who might contend immediately for playing time. The class is also heavy on skill players, with five wide receivers and an additional running back besides Matthews.

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Kansas State

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Few coaching staffs mine the Jucos better than Bill Snyder and the Wildcats, whose only four-star ESPN recruit is Juco transfer Elijah Walker, a safety. Walker is one of the top safeties in the country in this class and leads a balanced recruiting class for the Wildcats. Juco LB Da’Quan Patton is among the Top 5 linebackers in the country. Snyder also managed to land a quarterback, Sammy Wheeler, from Lenexa, Kansas.

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Oklahoma

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Oklahoma, not surprisingly, ended up with the Big 12’s top recruiting class, finishing No. 8 overall in ESPN’s rankings. While the Sooners failed to land a five-star recruit, it’s a deep class, with 12 ESPN Top 300 recruits and 17 four-star recruits. CB Justin Broiles, RB Trey Sermon and OLB Addison Gumps are among the four-star players. Bob Stoops told reporters it could be one of the best classes he’s had. There is balance and depth, with the class touching nearly every position. The Sooners added three backs, which should help soften the blow of losing Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon. Kennedy Brooks, the freshman out of Mansfield (Texas) could be the best of the lot.

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Oklahoma State

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The Cowboys ended up with just one ESPN 300 recruit, but it’s a significant one in early enrollee WR Tylan Wallace, who might just make an impact right away. The Cowboys infused the defense with a pair of Juco transers in DT Fua Leilua and LB Patrick Macon. There is also another quarterback to add to the pipeline in Jelani Woods out of Georgia, which is a nice get for head coach Mike Gundy, grabbing a Top 25 QB out of SEC country. ESPN ranked the class No. 35 overall.

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TCU

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TCU slipped into ESPN’s Top 40 at No. 37 and the Horned Frogs landed seven four-star recruits. Many of those four-star recruits boast athleticism — WR Jalen Reagor, QB Shawn Robinson, WR Omar Manning, and athlete Kenedy Snell. The Horned Frogs mined all of them within an hour’s drive of their campus, so they defended their home turf well. The Horned Frogs also signed players from Louisiana, California, Washington and Florida. They’re expanding their footprint.

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Texas

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Tom Herman’s first recruiting class comes with five Top 300 ESPN recruits and a No. 33 overall ranking. And yet there are some in Austin that aren’t happy. But that’s part of the gig in Austin. With just 18 signees, Herman did a good job of seeking balance in the class while snagging seven four-star recruits. The majority of the four-star players are skill guys, including RB Toneil Carter, QB Sam Ehlinger and WR Damion Miller. It’s not a class that will seismically change the program on paper, but combined with the solid classes Charlie Strong left behind the Longhorns should be better.

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Texas Tech

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With just two four-star recruits, head coach Kliff Kingsbury has to hope player development will pay off down the road. The four-star guys could have a impact early — OG Jack Anderson and CB Octavious Morgan. The Red Raiders snagged eight Juco signees, including QB McLane Carter, which may be a sign that Kingsbury is feeling the heat in Lubbock and is looking for instant impact. Kingsbury also grabbed a potential QB of the future in Xavier Martin.

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West Virginia

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The Mountaineers did not get the recruiting bump they might have hoped for after a 10-win season. The Mountaineers failed to land an ESPN 300 high schooler or a four-star player. The top player signed was ESPN Juco 50 OT Kelby Wickline. Like Tech, West Virginia apparently went for immediate return by signing eight Juco players among a class of 21, including QB David Sills of El Camino College, who would appear to be an immediate contender to replace Skyler Morgan.

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