- Max Olson, ESPN Staff Writer
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It wouldn't be a good signing day without some overtime drama, right?
The most interesting non-recruiting news Wednesday: Blake Bell is moving to tight end.
Oklahoma capped a strong finish by flipping a 6-foot-8 lineman from Georgia.
Bob Stoops finally confirmed that Baker Mayfield is a Sooner.
Baylor coach Art Briles says he signed the best receiver class in the country.
Oklahoma State could wait on one more post-signing day addition.
The Cowboys inked touted teammates Devon Thomas and Gyasi Akem.
Houston has continued to provide a needed pipeline for OSU coaches.
TCU is revamping its offense with some key skill position signings.
Iowa State hoping junior college transfers can jump-start its rebuild.
During signing day, Iowa State completed its revamped coaching staff.
Texas QB signee Jerrod Heard could push for early playing time.
Charlie Strong won't back down to Texas A&M, writes Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman.
Kansas State's recruiting class might be its best in years.
Kansas found a good balance of junior college transfers and high school signees in this class.
Big fan of this news: Kansas signees will #PlayforDre to honor deceased commit.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen has high hopes for his new signing class.
1dDavid M. Hale
2dBrandon Chatmon and Jake Trotter