National signing day is all but officially in the books.
Coaches aren't done recruiting yet, though. Rather, all the excitement and insanity of Wednesday's action was more of a snapshot of where teams stand with their 2014 recruiting classes.
Now it's time to assess those snapshots.
How did each Big 12 team do? Who were signing day "winners" and "losers"? Who really filled their needs?
Of course, the real success of these classes won't be known for another three or four years when they pan out. In the meantime, though, be prepared for endless coachspeak about how every class may be the best ever.
Remember, every coach got every player he wanted, and every kid is a good athlete but an even better student and person. Expect all programs to finish undefeated next year with unparalleled depth at every position.
Obviously, that's not reality. In fact, the Big 12 as a whole had an underwhelming signing day. The state of Texas, long a pipeline for Big 12 recruits, saw its top 50 players sign with 20 different schools from six different conferences. Seven of the state's top 10 players signed outside the Big 12.
Recruiting success ebbs and flows, but 2014 was definitely a down year for the conference.
With that said, here's how every Big 12 team did on national signing day in power rankings form.
(All rankings used reflect 247Sports' composite rankings unless noted otherwise.)