Kansas State, Missouri and Kansas all came away from National Signing Day with solid recruiting classes, but they certainly weren't dazzling.
The Big 12 champion Kansas State Wildcats came away from National Signing Day with a pretty lackluster class, nabbing only one four-star recruit. But as Bring On The Cats mentions, Bill Snyder has been wildly successful at K-State despite recruiting classes all ranked worse than 60th.
Missouri entered Signing Day with 19 known commitments, and they all held true to their word. The only addition to Gary Pinkel's Tiger squad is defensive end Charles Harris, bringing their total to an even 20. Mizzou's top two recruits are defensive tackle Josh Augusta and running back Chase Abbington, both four-star players, according to ESPN. For more in-depth coverage of Mizzou's 2013 recruiting class, visit Rock M Nation.
The Kansas Jayhawks sparked little excitement with their 2013 class. Defensive tackle Marquel Combs highlights the Jayhawks' new additions and stands as the only four-star recruit of the class. For more on Kansas' Signing Day, visit Rock Chalk Talk.