We know that recruiting is an inexact science. High school success and expert rankings don't always pan out on the field. Also, not all student athletes complete four years of college football for a variety of reasons. To top it off, some signings are missing and transfers haven't been made available from all schools. Despite those obstacles, we will be spending the next couple of weeks looking into each LSC team's (and Incarnate Word's) announced signing lists, and seeing how the addressed their needs.
First up is three-time defending LSC champion West Texas A&M.
Tuesday - a look at playoff qualifier Abilene Christian.
Wednesday - what did Tarleton State do to get over the hump?
Thursday - did Midwestern State replace 9 first or second team All-LSC players, (including 2 who were honored on multiple All-American teams)?
Friday - who did Texas A&M-Kingsville bring in to get try and return to their winning ways?
Monday - did Angelo State reinforce their defense?
Tuesday - How did Eastern New Mexico do in overhauling their roster?
Wednesday - Now for the LSC North and a look at Southeastern Oklahoma.
Thursday - Did Southwestern Oklahoma get some playmakers?
Friday - Texas A&M Commerce fills in the gaps for a title run.
Tuesday - Did the coaching change help or hinder Northeastern State in recruiting?
Wednesday - Was Coach Holland able to overcome a late start and bring in a good class for Central Oklahoma?
Thursday - Did East Central replenish their defense?