Best Class?Bill Self and Kansas have been recruiting at a high level in 2013, easily coming away with the best class in the conference so far and trail only Kentucky nationally.
It starts with five-star wing Wayne Selden, a very good athlete who is comfortable getting to the rim or step out and shoot. A strong player, Selden is physically ready for the college game already.
|Big 12 Rankings|
3. West Virginia
4. Iowa State
7. Kansas State
8. Oklahoma State
9. Texas Tech
Brannen Greene is a shooter with length who is one of the best shooters in the class. The five-star small forward is ranked 31st overall in 2013.
Kansas fans will love Conner Frankamp, a guard that can flat out shoot it from all over the court, but is also a capable distributor.
Other Winners?Baylor has put together a pretty good two-man class, led by Dominic Woodson. The four-star center is a strong interior player, a good rebounder and can score on the block.
Also headed to Baylor is Ishmail Wainright, a very long and strong wing who is an elite athlete. Wainwright is a very tough defender and has a developing skill set.
|Top Big 12 Prospects|
|Top Prospect:||Wayne Selden, Kansas|
|Best Scorer:||Wayne Selden, Kansas|
|Best Passer:||Conner Frankamp, Kansas|
|Best Shot Blocker:||Joel Embiid, Kansas|
|Best Floor General:||Conner Frankamp, Kansas|
|Best Post Player:||Dominic Woodson, Baylor|
|Best Shooter:||Matt Thomas, Iowa State|
|Best Rebounder:||Devin Williams, West Virginia|
|Best Athlete:||Elijah Macon, West Virginia|
How did the Big 12 stack up?Last year the Big 12 was ranked fifth of the big six schools in the early signing period. The Big 12 came in fifth this time around as well.
Currently there are two Big 12 schools rated in Scout.com's 2013 top 25 recruiting class rankings.
Schools in the Big 12 are expected to sign two five-star prospects on Wednesday, as well as nine four-stars and five three-star recruits.