After falling short of the Big 12 conference football crown in 2012, traditional powers Oklahoma and Texas were able to reestablish their recruiting dominance with impressive hauls on national signing day.
The 2012 Big 12 champion Kansas State couldn't match its on-field success, but just how far down the recruiting power rankings did Bill Snyder's Wildcats slide?
West Virginia and TCU were both able to take advantage of a recruiting boost with their moves to the Big 12, though one brought in a decidedly better class than the other.
Baylor and Oklahoma State, meanwhile, each managed to draw a new wave of offensive playmakers to plug into their dangerous systems. So which high-flying attack is looking better going forward?
And did Kansas bring in enough talent to make its way out of the Big 12 cellar?
Let's find out in our Big 12 2013 recruiting power rankings.