Big 12 recruiting scorecard

Five-star TE Isaac Nauta says he'll take an official to TCU. Miller Safrit/ESPN

Here's what's new on the Big 12 recruiting trail as we head into the season:


Total commits: 13

ESPN 300 commits: 6

The latest: It's almost decision time for five-star Arkansas DE McTelvin Agim, ESPN's No. 9 overall recruit. Agim is scheduled to pick on Sept. 5 among Arkansas, Baylor, Texas A&M and Ole Miss. The Razorbacks seem to be the favorite going in, but if Agim does go with the Bears, he'd be their highest-rated defensive recruit since Ahmad Dixon in 2010.


Total commits: 5

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: The Cyclones are expecting an official visit from a quality junior college offensive lineman in October. San Francisco City College OG Oge Udeogu is hoping to be in Ames for the TCU game for his first official visit of his recruitment. Houston, Louisville, Mississippi State, Pitt and Miami are also in the mix to potentially get an official visit from the 6-foot-4, 310-pound lineman.


Total commits: 10

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: Kansas has an offer out to Euless (Texas) Trinity RB Ja'Ron Wilson, and the three-star back made David Beaty's staff look mighty smart for that on Saturday night. Wilson rushed for 118 yards and a TD to help Trinity pull off a second-half comeback to upset the No. 1 ranked high school team in the country, De La Salle, on ESPN2. Wilson's only other Power 5 offer so far is from Illinois.


Total commits: 11

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: No new commitments last week, but at least Kansas State quarterback commit Skylar Thompson's senior season is off to a quality start. The three-star from Independence, Missouri, threw for 156 yards on 9-of-10 passing and rushed for four touchdowns in a win over the weekend.


Total commits: 10

ESPN 300 commits: 2

The latest: The Sooners are firmly in the mix for OLB Jordan Carmouche, and he's planning to take an official visit to Norman this season. Carmouche, a three-star recruit from Manvel, Texas, is reportedly also considering Missouri, Arkansas and Stanford. He was leaning toward the Hogs this summer but seems to be more open at this point.


Total commits: 15

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: The Cowboys picked up a commitment from another DeSoto (Texas) standout last week: three-star CB A.J. Green. He'd been leaning toward picking the Pokes for a long time and finally pulled the trigger. He'll get to play at OSU with high school teammate L.D. Brown and is the seventh DeSoto player to commit to an FBS program.


Total commits: 15

ESPN 300 commits: 5

The latest: The Horned Frogs are going to get one of five-star TE Isaac Nauta's five official visits this fall, which is a pretty big deal. Nauta, one of the stars of IMG Academy in Florida, decommitted from Florida State this summer and plans to visit Georgia, Michigan, USC, TCU and one more school. He's ranked No. 10 overall in the ESPN 300.


Total commits: 8

ESPN 300 commits: 3

The latest: The Longhorns are going to get an official visit from California standout Caleb Kelly, one of the nation's top linebacker recruits. Kelly, ESPN's No. 63 overall recruit, announced he'll visit for Texas' November home game against Kansas. He's also planning to take trips to Michigan, Oregon, Oklahoma and Notre Dame.


Total commits: 25

ESPN 300 commits: 0

The latest: The Red Raiders are going to have LB commit Jonathan Picone in for an official visit for the season opener vs. Sam Houston State, and he's expected to bring two important buddies with him on the trip: three-star DT Gerald Wilbon and three-star S Kevin Moore. Wilbon is committed to Texas, while Moore has one other official visit set up this season to Arizona State.


Total commits: 19

ESPN 300 commits: 1

The latest: When ATH Kaezon Pugh makes his decision on Oct. 19, he'll be picking between West Virginia, Pitt and Maryland. The three-star linebacker/running back from Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, is planning to visit both WVU and Pitt this weekend. Pugh has family ties to both programs -- he's related to both WVU safety Dravon Henry and former Pitt star Darrelle Revis.