Wednesday was National Signing Day, the time of the year for universities across Amercia signing high school students to play for their schools. Texas Tech got a slew of student athletes to sign on with the Red Raiders. Mike Leach`s seventh recruiting class is ranked as high as 16th by scout.com and features 34 players, the most in the nation. Those signed include: Potts Sticks, the Abilene quarterback who threw for more than 3,100 yards and 23 touchdowns last season; Abilene wide receiver Lyle Leong, who had over 1,000 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns last year; Michael Crabtee, who played quarterback at Dallas Carter, but will move to receiver. Crabree is also one of the state`s top 50 basketball recruits and hopes to play at Tech; tight ends Adam James and Adrian Reese; running back Jocques Crawford, who played high school ball in Tennessee; Midland running back Baron Batch; offensive linemen Ben Davis, Tyler Duggins, Adrian Archie, Dmitri Lott, Buddy Brumit, and Ofa Mohetau; defensive ends Sean Estelle, Jonathan Hollins, and Brandon Williams; defensive linemen Dan`Tay Ward, Richard Jones, Broderick Marshall, and Rajon Henley; linebackers Julius Howard, Trevor Reilly, Marlon Williams, and Brian Duncan; and cornerbacks Leonard Hewitt, LaRon Moore, Jarell Routt and Jamar Wall.