Seventeen Big 12 players heard their names called during the 2014 NFL draft. Many other Big 12 alums will have a chance at the next level as undrafted free agents. Below is a list of undrafted players who reportedly have agreed to free agent deals.
about 640 days ago | Jake Trotter | Texas Longhorns
Shortly after Texas' worst NFL draft weekend in more than 75 years, six Longhorns ended the day with good news. Texas made national news Saturday when it failed to produce a selection in the NFL draft for the first time since 1937, a shutout that nobody saw coming and led to a long day of mockery for the program.
The NFL draft is here. It all begins tonight at 8 p.m. (ET) and the draft will continue through Saturday. Several Big 12 players should be selected in the next three days, so here is a team-by-team NFL draft primer, which includes each school's top prospect, one sleeper/value pick and a list of each potential draftee.
about 644 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Texas Longhorns
Texas hosted its pro day on Wednesday and put its senior prospects to the test in front of representatives from all 32 NFL organizations. Here's how the Longhorns' top draft prospects fared and a look at who helped their stock.
As we close in on national signing day, it's an appropriate time to look back at how the top Big 12 recruits from four years ago performed. 2010 was a banner year for the Big 12 in recruiting, as the league collectively landed 23 from the ESPN 150.
about 738 days ago | Jake Trotter | NCF On The Trail
AUSTIN, Texas -- The way Mack Brown tells the story, the decision was made around 3 or 4 p.m. on Saturday. That's when he knew he was resigning. Now he had to tell his team. Texas held a one-hour practice that Saturday, a brief workout to begin prep for the Valero Alamo Bowl.
AUSTIN, Texas -- When Mack Brown introduced his latest recruiting class on signing day of 2010, he did so with great pride. "I've been asked over the last couple of days, 'Is this the best class that we've ever had?
AUSTIN, Texas -- Mack Brown doesn't enjoy postgame press conferences. If he could skip them, he probably would. It's not that he has disdain for the reporters and their questions -- well, OK, that could be part of it -- he just doesn't like the answers he gives.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Mack Brown was trying to make sense of a lopsided home loss. It was Sept. 14. After losing 44-23 to Ole Miss, Brown tried to espouse hope and confidence about leading a troubled two-loss Texas team on a Big 12 title run.