We already got a glimpse of Baylor’s new alternate gray helmet. Now we may have a look at how the rest of the uniform will look.
Greg Eisworth, a Class of 2016 dual-threat quarterback, visited Baylor this weekend for a junior day event. As often happens on these kinds of recruiting efforts, a display for a new uniform was put on display. While there was no actual model display of the uniform, what appears to be a cardboard cutout of a full alternate gray uniform was standing tall for recruits to see as they made their way through the locker room. Eisworth shared a picture of the gray uniform on Twitter…
Baylor new unis? 😁🐻💯 pic.twitter.com/5Hxx43VIro
— Greg Eisworth II (@G_Eisworth11) January 31, 2015
Assuming this design will be official, and by all accounts it seems a logical bet it will, we now see the uniform most likely to be worn with the previously viewed gray helmet from Baylor.
New addition to the family! pic.twitter.com/t7llgdOEwT
— Jeff Barlow (@JeffEquipBU) January 24, 2015
There may be no uniform fad in college football more bland than alternate gray, but it seems to work with recruits and that, ultimately, is all that really matters in the end.