Coach Kliff Kingsbury's first recruiting class took shape on National Signing Day. As of late this morning, Texas Tech had letters of intent from almost everyone on its 2013 football recruiting class with one more letter expected to arrive and conflicting reports about another recruit who was considering Tech.
Tech also picked up three prospects who had not verbally committed earlier:
Offensive linemen Joshua Outlaw and Poet Thomas and linebacker Jacarthy Mack.
There were conflicting reports that linebacker Edwards Williams had committed, but late reports he was still undecided.
The Red Raiders have received letters of intent from quarterback Davis Webb, who is already enrolled at Tech, running back Tyler Middleton, wide receivers Devin Lauderdale, Gary Moore, Dylan Cantrell, Carlos Thompson, D.J. Polite-Bray, offensive linemen Outlaw, Thomas, Baylen Brown, Aaron Bennett and Cody Hayes.
Defensively the Red Raiders have received letters from defensive end Zach Barnes and Demetrius Alston, linebackers Mack, Malik Jenkins, Kahlee Woods, defensive backs Justis Nelson, Caleb Woodward, Dee Paul, Jalen Barnes, Dorian Crawford, and Martin Hill.
Tech is still expecting a letter to be faxed in from defensive back Maurice Chandler.