Big 12 Football Recruiting: 11 Best Prospects Committed For 2016 (And 3 Stars Who Might Commit Tomorrow)

National Signing Day is less than 24 hours away, which means Big-12 football programs are furiously trying to piece together their final pitches in hopes of bolstering their 2016 recruiting classes with top uncommitted recruits. We're here to look at who's already the cream of the crop in the conference and who could be coming to the Big 12 on Wednesday with our Big 12 Football Recruiting: 11 Best Prospects Committed For 2016 (And 3 Stars Who Might Commit Tomorrow).

Top 11 Committed Recruits Right Now

11. Bryce Youngquist, LB, Oklahoma
Youngquist is a four-star recruit and the No. 172 overall player. He's No. 33 player from California and can fly. says he 40 time is 4.41, which is more cornerback speed than OLB speed. 

10. Collin Johnson, WR, Texas
At 6-foot-5, Johnson screams "red zone threat." He's the No. 165 overall player and a top 50 WR in this class.

9. Jordan Parker, DB, Oklahoma 
Another four-star OU commit from California. Parker is a top 15 CB and the No. 134 player.

8. Parrish Cobb, DB, Oklahoma 
Cobb and Parker could form a lock-down duo for years to come in Norman. He's one of the top CBs in the class and the No. 131 overall player. The Sooners stole him right out of Waco, Texas.

7. Tren'Davian Dickson, WR, Baylor
Dickson could be the next Baylor WR to put up crazy numbers. He's the the 124th best player overall and the 16th best from Texas.

6. Jean Delance, OT, Texas
Delance is the 12th best offensive tackle in the nation and a massive get for Texas, keeping him away from Oklahoma and Texas A&M. More Big 12 recruiting news and rumors inside the Chat Sports Android and iPhone apps!

5. Shane Buechele, QB, Texas
Texas is still searching for a QB and the hope in Austin is that it's Buechele. He's a four-star QB and a top 5 dual-threat. He checks in at No. 116 nationally and the No. 13 player from the state of Texas. He's the Longhorns' most important and highest-rated recruit.

4. Austin Kendall, QB, Oklahoma
Kendall is the top rated recruit for OU and he might be the most important. He's one of the best pro-style QB in the class of 2016 and the No. 77 overall player. He's from North Carolina could be the eventual replacement for Baker Mayfield. 

3. Brandon Bowen, DE, Baylor
The first of three straight Texas players headed away from the Longhorns, Bowen committed to Baylor at the start of January. He's the No. 63 overall player and one of the best DEs in the 2016 class. 

2. Patrick Hudson, OL, Baylor 
Hudson is a four-star recruit and one of the best guards in the nation. He's the second best player in the state and the No. 62 overall player. 

1. Devin Duvernay, WR, Baylor 
That's correct, Baylor has the top three recruits currently committed. Duvernay checks in at No. 52 overall. He's the No. 7 player from the state of Texas. He and Dickson could post insane stats together. It's starting to look more and more like Baylor runs the state. 

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3. ILB Dontavious Jackson 
The four-star ILB is reportedly trending towards Texas, but don't count out Oklahoma down the stretch (Florida State's still hanging around too, though...) Whoever gets Jackson's pledge is going to be STACKED at linebacker, considering the two sure things below (spoiler alert...). He's a violent hitter who is already built to play at the collegiate level, and his on-field awareness is only going to get better and better with reps. More National Signing Day info and news inside our Chat Sports Android and iPhone apps!

2. OLB Jeffrey McCulloch
McCullough is a versatile four-star linebacker who'll be able to switch from inside to outside at the next level with ease. While he doesn't have the twitch to project him as a top-tier speed rusher, his violent tackling style and raw physical tools will wreak havoc when he eventually heads to Austin.

1. OLB Caleb Kelly
While Kelly isn't the biggest hitter in the world, he's the most complete linebacking prospect on the board in the Class of 2016 -- and he's virtually guaranteed to head to Oklahoma after a long, winding recruiting process. Before long, the five-star standout will be a defensive captain creating turnover after turnover with his athleticis

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