Two Arizona showdowns, two impressive visitors to the Pacific Northwest and recent recruiting attention for two standout juniors highlight this week's top storylines in the Pac-12 conference.
Duke is off to a great start on the recruiting trail for a second straight class.
The Florida State Seminoles, led by five-stars QB Malik Henry and CB Levonta Taylor, have the top-ranked class entering the summer.
The Yellow Jackets have only three commitments so far, but if they deliver a season that meets lofty expectations they could gain steam late.
Louisville needs an influx of talent if Bobby Petrino and staff are going to develop the same level talent and depth enjoyed under Charlie Strong.
The Hurricanes sit comfortably in the top five in the recruiting rankings with nine ESPN 300 commits so far.
The Wolfpack got the quarterback they wanted in Dylan Parham and since have gone about putting an offensive line together to protect him.
The 2016 class is led by an ESPN 300 QB, but it will be the success on the other side of the ball that will determine where UNC is headed.
There is a long ways to go for the Panthers in 2016, but having a quarterback and offensive tackle already in the fold is key.
With only three commitments in the fold, there is plenty of growth potential in the class.
Beefing up the talent on both lines of scrimmage will be the keyÂ to putting together a complete, needs-filling class.
Keeping the best recruits in state has been a tough chore for Virginia Tech in recent classes.
Wake Forest needs to find help in 2016 on the offensive and defensive line, along with continuing to upgrade playmaking talent at the skill positions.
Hulking high school prospect is a true run-stuffing presence who can keep linebackers clean to make plays as well as make plenty himself.
Good recruiting starts at home and new Houston coach Tom Herman is successfully attacking that philosophy.
The Hurricanes posted a six-minute video to YouTube documenting the conversations the staff has when deciding whether to make a scholarship offer.