2025 National Recruiting Rankings for the new-look Big 12

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While much of the buzz surrounding the Big 12 emanates from the interworkings of naming rights and possible billion-dollar business moves, the recruiting game presses on for the 16 schools that now call the Power Five conference home.

Like the new-look Big Ten, the shifting and switching from former Pac-12 schools has created one of the more expansive conferences that covers ground from the West Coast to Florida to West Virginia to the Rocky Mountains.

Competitive football programs still remain, too, which only adds to the challenges of landing top commits from around the country.

The class of 2025 highlights that scenario, with the current recruiting rankings in the 247Sports composite probably surprising more than a few fans—especially those in Boulder, Colorado.

16. Arizona: 48.71 points

(Zac BonDurant-USA TODAY Sports)

15. Colorado: 54.47 points

(Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)

14. Utah: 78.75

(Rob Gray-USA TODAY Sports)

13. Kansas State: 80.50 points

(USA TODAY)

12. BYU: 85.79 points

(James Snook-USA TODAY Sports)

11. Houston: 94.39 points

(Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports)

10. Kansas: 97.77 points

(Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports)

9. Baylor: 130.97

(Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports)

8. Iowa State: 140.35 points

(Sara Diggins-USA TODAY Sports)

7. UCF: 157.91

(Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports)

6. West Virginia: 159.61 points

(Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports)

5. Cincinnati: 160.96 points

(Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports)

4. Oklahoma State: 163.97 points

(Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports)

3. Texas Tech: 182.76 points

(Michael C. Johnson-USA TODAY Sports)

2. Arizona State: 193.78 points

(Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

1. TCU: 206.35 points

(Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

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