Texas Tech officially completed their 2022 recruiting class on Wednesday with 18 commits.
The Red Raiders’ 2022 class ranks No. 43 in the nation, a 31-spot leap from last year and the highest since 2015. The class ranks seventh in the Big 12 Conference in front of TCU, Kansas State, and Kansas.
Here’s a breakdown of all 18 signees:
Horn, a four-star athlete from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, is Texas Tech’s highest-rated recruit this year. Horn received 14 scholarship offers, including from Oklahoma, where Horn originally committed as a sophomore. Baylor also offered Horn while head coach Joey McGuire was an assistant there.
At Broken Arrow High School, Horn played running back, cornerback and wide receiver. He is expected to play cornerback at Texas Tech. He is an Under Armour All-American and was named Oklahoma District 6AI-1 Offensive Player of the Year as a junior. The fifth-highest ranked player in the state of Oklahoma committed to Tech in July 2021.
Adedire, a three-star defensive lineman from Mansfield, Texas, is Tech’s highest-rated defensive recruit this year. Adedire had 20 offers, including from Michigan, LSU and Oklahoma State.
Adedire was a Texas District 4-5A Division I First-team selection as a junior after recording 53 tackles and 12 sacks. He recorded 68 tackles and five sacks as a senior. Adedire flipped his commitment from TCU to Tech in December 2021 before enrolling on Jan. 12.
Peoples, a three-star cornerback from Cedar Hill, Texas, earned a Recruit of the Week honor from Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine on Nov. 10 this past season. He’s one of three Tech commits from Cedar Hill High School, where McGuire was the head coach from 2003 to 2016.
Peoples had more than 30 offers, including from Big 12 rivals Baylor and Oklahoma State. His brother, Dimitri Moore, also signed with Texas Tech this offseason as a transfer. The 2019 Texas 7-6A Second-team All-District selection committed to Tech in November 2021.
Hullaby, a three-star safety from Mansfield, Texas, was named a Preseason Top 20 Dallas-area 5A player to watch by the Dallas Morning News last season. He received 29 offers, including from Texas, USC and Notre Dame.
Hullaby was named Texas District 6-5A-I Defensive Newcomer of the Year in 2019. 247Sports ranks him as the No. 43 safety in the nation. He flipped his commitment from Oregon to Texas Tech in December 2021 and enrolled on Jan. 12.
Donnell, a three-star running back from Tyler, Texas, is Texas Tech’s highest-rated offensive recruit this year. He finished his high school career with 3,280 all-purpose yards and 37 total touchdowns. He had 17 offers, including from Arkansas, Houston and Colorado.
As a senior, Donnell gained 1,282 all-purpose yards and scored 18 total touchdowns. He received a spot on the All-Northern Region First-team and made the final ballot for Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine’s Whataburger SuperTeam. Donnell committed to Tech in June 2021.
Kana, a three-star linebacker from Katy, Texas, won VYPE’s Houston 2022 Defensive Football Recruit of the Year award. He received 13 offers, including from USC and Baylor.
Kana was a unanimous First-team All-District selection as a junior, helping Katy High School win the Texas 6A-DII state championship. The 6-foot-2 linebacker flipped his commitment from USC to Tech in November 2021 and enrolled on Jan. 12.
Elston, a three-star linebacker from Gulf Shores, Alabama, was a preseason Second-team All-state selection as a senior. He had six offers, with Georgia Tech being his only other Power Five offer.
Elston is ranked as a top-25 player in the state of Alabama by 247Sports. He committed to Tech in December 2021.
McAlpine, a three-star defensive lineman from Saraland, Alabama, recorded 72 tackles and 5.5 sacks as a senior. He had 26 offers, including from Nebraska, Oklahoma State and West Virginia.
McAlpine was a Second-team Class 6A All-state selection as a junior and was named to the 2021 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game. In the Dec. 11 contest, he led Team Alabama with six tackles. McAlpine committed to Tech in December 2021 and enrolled on Jan. 12.
Massey, a three-star defensive lineman from Cedar Hill, Texas, was a Texas District 11-6A First-team selection as a junior after recording 45 tackles and seven sacks. He had 13 offers, including from USC and LSU.
Massey earned a Recruit of the Week honor from Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine on Nov. 10 of last season. He flipped his commitment from Arizona State to Tech in November 2021.
King, a three-star wide receiver from Houston, Texas, was a unanimous All-District 23-6A First-team selection as a senior after catching 44 passes for 780 yards and nine touchdowns. He had 13 offers, with Indiana being his only other Power Five offer.
With a 4.28 40-yard dash, King is one of the fastest recruits in the country. He committed to Tech in June 2021.
Wilson, a three-star offensive lineman from Argyle, Texas, was named an Under Armour All-American this year. He had 11 offers, including from TCU and Washington State.
Wilson was named 2021 4A-D1 District 7 Offensive Lineman of the Year as a senior. He committed to Tech in June 2021.
Roberts, a three-star linebacker from Haslet, Texas, recorded 74 tackles and two sacks as a senior. He had nine offers, including from all three Division I service academies in Army, Navy and Air Force.
Roberts is listed as a linebacker, but can also play safety. He also fielded 21 punts in 2021, averaging 13.5 yards per return. Roberts committed to Tech in September 2021.
Graham, a three-star athlete from Gunter, Texas, is an Elite 11 alumnus. He received six offers, with Texas Tech being his only Power Five offer. He was originally offered by Tech as a safety, which is where he’s expected to play as a Red Raider. Other programs, like Hawai’i and UTSA, offered Graham as a wide receiver.
Graham played quarterback at Gunter High School, recording 2,802 all-purpose yards and 45 total touchdowns as a senior. He won a state championship with Gunter in 2019. Graham committed to Tech in June 2021, becoming its first verbal commit in the 2022 class.
Martin, a three-star offensive lineman from Fort Worth, Texas, was a First-team All-District selection as a senior. He had seven offers, with TCU being his only other Power Five offer.
Martin played both sides of the ball at Everman High School, taking snaps at defensive tackle as a junior. He blocked for an offense that recorded 3,884 total yards in 2021. Martin flipped his commitment from TCU to Tech in December 2021.
Dyson, a three-star defensive lineman from Cedar Hill, Texas, received a Recruit of the Week honor from Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine on Nov. 10 last year. He had eight offers, with Arizona being his only other Power Five offer.
Dyson received Second-team All-District honors as a junior, helping Cedar Hill High School win the state championship that season. Dyson committed to Tech in November 2021.
Weatherby, a three-star offensive lineman from Aurora, Colorado, is an Under Armour All-American. He received eight offers, including from Kansas State, Michigan and Michigan State.
Weatherby is ranked as the ninth-best player in Colorado by 247Sports. He committed to Tech in June 2021 before forgoing his senior season at Eaglecrest High School due to a torn labrum.
Gray, a three-star offensive lineman from Amarillo, Texas, was a First-team All-District selection as a junior. He had 13 offers, with Arizona State being his only other Power Five offer.
Gray is ranked as the No. 47 offensive lineman by 247Sports’ composite rankings. He committed to Tech in November 2021.
Eakin, a three-star wide receiver from Stephenville, Texas, caught 93 passes for 2,140 yards and 31 touchdowns as a senior. He received 15 offers, including from TCU and Washington State.
In addition to his receiving numbers, Eakin rushed for 213 yards and four touchdowns, finishing his senior season with 2,662 all-purpose yards. He committed to Tech on Jan. 29, becoming the last player in its recruiting class.