Tulsa's football coaching staff continued their success by adding D-1 transfers and signing three highly-recruited high school prospects, resulting in one of the best recruiting classes in the past 15 years. The class is currently rated No. 60 nationally on Rivals, the highest since 2009.

Why It Matters

The impressive recruiting class signifies a positive trajectory for Tulsa's football program, with the potential to impact the team's performance and competitiveness in the near future.

By the Numbers
  • The recruiting class is currently rated No. 60 nationally on Rivals
  • 27 high school prospects and 21 with Power Five offers, with a total of 38 new players added, including junior college and D-1 transfers
State of Play
  • 27 high school prospects, 21 with Power Five offers
  • 17 prospects hail from Texas, and 7 from Oklahoma
What's Next

The incoming recruiting class presents an opportunity for Tulsa to strengthen their overall team competitiveness and potentially elevate their standing in college football rankings.