Two Big 12 teams crack team rankings

MORE: Past Team Rankings | Class of 2011 Rivals150 | Class of 2012 Rivals150 | Class of 2013 top 15
Texas is no longer the only Big 12 school in the national team recruiting rankings. Both Oklahoma State and Baylor jump into the rankings after landing elite prospects last week.
Oklahoma State added the No. 4-ranked prospect in the Rivals150 LeBryan Nash to a class which also includes four-star junior college prospect Karron Johnson, putting the Cowboys at No. 10 in the latest ranking.
Right behind Oklahoma State at No. 11 is Baylor. The Bears scored a huge recruiting win by convincing High Point (N.C.) Westchester Country Day teammates Quincy Miller (No. 5) and Deuce Bello (No. 43) to play together at Baylor.
The commitment of top 50 prospect Michael Chandler also has Xavier back into the rankings at No. 19
The SEC took a big hit as Tennessee, Georgia and Florida all fell out of the top 20. The SEC still has three teams in the rankings, including No. 1 Kentucky.
The Big East has the most teams in the rankings with four. Three of those schools are actually in the top 10.
The ACC, Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-10 are all represented by three teams just like the SEC.
Xavier represents the Atlantic-10 in the rankings.
Past Team Rankings: 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003