Prior to moving to CA to serve as dean of a small regional law school, I lived and worked in Texas. I am also a Univ of Houston law grad. In Texas there is UT and the other law schools. That doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with the other law schools or that UT is perfect. It is just recognition that UT is the premier Texas law school . . . has been and likely will always be.
That said, UT is very difficult to get in, it has huge sections, and you will need to be an extraordinarily good student to graduate high enough in the class to get preferential BigLaw jobs.
There is absolutely nothing academically wrong with Baylor. However, going to law school in Waco does not provide much of a leg up on employment. Since it is academically similar to UH, SMU, Texas Tech, and SoTexas, I agree with Citylaw. Apply to all and see if you can get scholarship offers.
St. Mary's, TxWesleyan, TxSouthern, Thurgood Marshall are not in the same academic tier.
Geography has a lot of influence in job offers in Texas. UT dominates Austin (and everywhere), but SMU holds its own in Dallas as do UH and SoTexas in Houston and St. Mary's in San Antonio.Texas Tech rules West Texas.
All said, think ahead about what you want to do with your law degree and it might help your decision.