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Here's where I'll post the letters that come in, one by one.
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Polite-Bray chose Texas Tech over offers from Tennessee, Louisville, Wake Forest, SMU, Akron, Ball State, and Western Kentucky.
Alston chose Texas Tech over offers from Tennessee, Cincinnati, Kansas State, and Toledo.
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Barnes chose Texas Tech over offers from Tennessee, Cincinnati, BYU, Indiana, Southern Miss, and others.
Mack chose Texas Tech over offers from Kansas State, South Carolina, Rutgers, Louisville, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, East Carolina, Memphis, Akron, Louisiana-Lafayette, and others.
Moore chose Texas Tech over offers from Missouri, TCU, Tulsa, and others.
Moore's academic situation did not look good his junior year, but as of last week he's two ACT points away from making it. Moore would likely be a Top 50 national guy if he weren't a grade risk.
Thomas chose Texas Tech over offers from Florida, Colorado, Kansas, SMU, and others.
Woods chose Texas Tech over offers from Louisiana Tech, Colorado State, Wyoming, Rice, New Mexico, and Navy.
Woodward grew up a Red Raider and committed as soon as Tech offered.
Thompson chose Texas Tech over offers from Louisiana-Monroe and Old Dominion. Thompson was the leading receiver in a WR corps that included Texas A&M commit Kyrion Parker and Oklahoma commit Austin Bennett.
Barnes chose Texas Tech over offers from Oklahoma State, Mississippi State, Washington State, Iowa State, Houston, Kansas, North Texas, Utah, Tulsa, and UTEP.
Nelson chose Texas Tech over offers from Air Force and Harvard.
Outlaw chose Texas Tech over offers from Florida, Georgia, Oklahoma, UCLA, Auburn, Arkansas, Tennessee, Clemson, Virginia Tech, Kentucky, Miami, South Carolina, TCU, Utah, Vanderbilt, East Carolina, Louisville, South Florida, West Virginia, Rutgers, N.C. State, and others.
Cantrell chose Texas Tech over offers from West Virginia, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Wake Forest, Washington State, Louisiana Tech, Navy, Rice, SMU, and others.
Webb chose Texas Tech over offers from Iowa, TCU, Indiana, and others.
Hayes chose Texas Tech over offers from Oklahoma, TCU, Arizona State, New Mexico and UTEP. Hayes was recently bumped to four-star in 247Sports' latest evaluations.
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Brown chose Texas Tech over offers from Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Purdue, Tulsa, Houston, and others. Brown was named runner-up as Offensive Lineman of the Year in the Offense-Defense Bowl.
Middleton chose Texas Tech over offers from Middle Tennessee State, Louisiana Tech, and Houston.
Jenkins chose Texas Tech over offers from Washington State, North Texas, Rice, Houston, and others.
Lauderdale chose Texas Tech over offers from Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, Oklahoma state, Auburn, Arizona, Baylor, Cal, Colorado, Nebraska, Texas A&M, West Virginia, TCU, UCLA, and many others.
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Crawford chose Texas Tech over offers from Cal, Utah, Louisiana Tech, San Diego State, Wyoming, New Mexico, and several others.
Paul chose Texas Tech over offers from Tennessee, Baylor, Oklahoma State, and SMU.
Hill chose Texas Tech over offers from Fresno State, Hawaii, Middle Tennessee State, South Florida, and others. Hill was born in Houston and has dreamt of returning to Texas to play football.
Keep us posted on Moore's ACT when it becomes available.
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