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The news from this weekend's visits started with a late-night phone call from Aggieland.
A look at which Big 12 freshmen from the Class of 2004 could hit the field early.
The Letters of Intent won't hit fax machines until February, but it's never to early too gauge the recruiting scene.
From receivers and tight ends to defensive linemen and running backs, the Show Me State delivers.
Oklahoma does not produce a tremendous number of players, but it does have a few terrific prospects this year.
Whether searching for linemen or skill position players, recruiters can strike it rich along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Louisiana's Class of 2005 does not have great depth, but it does have a few spectacularly talented prospects.
Northern Texas' Class of 2005 is loaded with quality players, especially along the line of scrimmage.
OU and Texas recruiting well is no surprise, but a number of other Big 12 teams also stepped it up in 2004.
As the recruiting days dwindle, the pressure increases. But the news out of Lincoln, Neb. continues to improve.
The Houston and East Texas area is one of the richest recruiting grounds in the country, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
The array of talented QBs in the Lone Star State extends into Central Texas, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
The Dallas and Northeast Texas areas are absolutely loaded with talent, writes ESPN.com's Tom Lemming.
Nebraska still has the edge in the latest Top 25 rankings, but Tennessee and USC are not too far behind.