Baylor Scores Defensive Back Duo

The Baylor Bears continue their success at recruiting the defensive back position with commits from three-star corner Raleigh Texada and safety Chris Miller. National recruiting analyst Greg Powers breaks down what both will bring to the Baylor secondary...

It's no secret that Baylor has seen recent success at the defensive back position, and Art Briles and staff have continued to recruit some of the state's top talent at the position.

Recently, the Bears hauled in commitments from two DFW area defensive backs: Frisco (Texas) Centennial three-star cornerback Raleigh Texada and Frisco (Texas) Lone Star safety Chris Miller (pictured at top).

The 5-foot-10, 160-pound Texada, whose brother Ranthony Texada is a cornerback at TCU, committed to the Bears over other offers including California, Duke, and Washington.

Centennial's Raleigh Texada

The 6-foot, 174-pound Miller also held offers from Nebraska, Mississippi State, Wisconsin, and TCU, among others.

How will each athlete contribute to the Baylor secondary? National recruiting analyst Greg Powers breaks down each of their games, below.


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