Gerry Bohanon (© Greg Powers)

How the Baylor Bears could fill the last 10-spots for the 2018 class

The Bears 2018 class currently consists of 15 commitments. How could the Bears fill out the last 10 spots for the first full recruiting for Matt Rhule?

The Baylor Bears are at 15-commitments for the 2018 class, with a class loaded with high-end speed and athleticism.  10 more spots are left to be filled for the Baylor staff, and with 9 commits on offense and 6 on defense, the final ten will be heavy on defense.  How could the Bears finish out their 2018 class?  

Let's take a look at what they have in place now, and then we can look at how the class could be finished out. 

The Bears have the following position groups with commitments:

Running Back - 1

Wide Receiver - 3

Tight End - 2

Offensive Line - 3

Defensive Line - 2

Cornerback - 1

Safety - 3

Safety and tight end appear to be set for the Bears. Baylor still needs to fill spots at quarterback and linebacker, and continue to fill in at the offensive and defensive line.  They are also expected to take another running back and receiver, and possibly another secondary player as well.  So, how could the Bears fill out the rest of their 2018 recruiting class?  Where do prospects such as Gerry Bohanon, Tommy Bush, and Joseph Ossai rank in terms of importance for the Bears?

Join us inside the premium member's The Bear Pit to learn about the top-10 targets, which positions the Bears are focused on, and the backup targets to keep an eye on. 


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