Texas Tech has three commits
Port Arthur Memorial three-star running back Corey Dauphine (6-1, 180) put the Red Raiders on the board in early February as the first commit.
Stephenville four-star quarterback Jarrett Stidham (6-4, 190), one of the top recruits in the country and the No. 1 rated signal-caller in Texas, fired Tech fans up with his pledge a month later.
Days later new special teams coordinator Darrin Chiaverini came through with another talented junior college commit from California when Riverside CC offensive tackle Lio Lafaele (6-4, 300) announced on Facebook he was going to Tech.
Several other recruits have already visited the South Plains this spring and more plan to come through, but who will be next to commit?
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