The Baylor Bears are coming off a solid 2013 season, they won the Big 12 Championship and went to the Fiesta Bowl. They’re looking to build upon that success with a solid recruiting class to reload and they did well.
“The great thing about this class is that all these guys made a choice to come to Baylor,” head coach Art Briles said, via the school’s website, “because they all had multiple offers. What we are doing with this class is increasing the level of competition on campus by bringing players of this caliber to the table.”
“The thing that we feel really good about is that we’ve signed the No. 1 receiving class in America — I don’t think that’s up for debate — and we feel like we filled all the other areas that we needed in this signing class. We’ve got some great defensive players, we’ve got some great o-linemen, and we’ve got a chance to really keep increasing our production on the football field over the next four or five years with these guys, who are great additions to our football family.”
Their strongest improvement might have occurred at wide receiver, arguably the best receiving class in America.
“I think at the end of the day we brought in the top receiver class,” Briles said. “This group of receivers is unmatched; there aren’t four better guys in America, without question and without controversy.”
Here is the class, from Rivals:
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