The Baylor Bears will be looking to rebuild during the 2012 season after losing Robert Griffin III to the NFL. On Wednesday they inked 24 football recruits as part of National Signing-Day and has the No. 6 rated class in the Big 12 according to Rivals.com.
Baylor's class is made up of three four-star players in wide receiver Corey Coleman, defensive end Javonte Magee and linebacker Brian Nance. The Bears also came away with 18 three-star players as part of their class.
Texas has the No. 1 Big 12 class that is also rated as the second best in the nation just behind Alabama. The Longhorns are followed by Oklahoma and Texas Tech. TCU grabbed the No. 4 class and is followed closely by Oklahoma State to round out the top five.
Baylor finished just ahead of Kansas State, Kansas and Iowa State who are rated in the bottom three of the conference.
For the most up-to-the-date coverage on Baylor recruiting, check out Our Daily Bears while the SB Nation College Football Recruiting Hub will have wall-to-wall coverage of National Signing Day.