Big 12 recruiting is usually dominated by Texas and Oklahoma. The Red River Rivalry programs are two of the best in the country, and are led by two good recruiting head coaches in Mack Brown and Bob Stoops.
However, the Big 12 has experienced significant changes in recent years. Aside from West Virginia now being in the the conference, TCU is another fairly new member, along with the rise of Oklahoma State, Kansas State and Baylor.
With the SEC dominating 2014 recruiting, one would be hard-pressed to find an uncommitted prospect who is a surefire lock to join the Big 12.
However, a talented receiver has the potential to lead the conference in receptions, an offensive lineman could choose to infuse the league with more toughness and a couple of safeties will help the league shed it's reputation of not playing good defense.