The Pac-12 checked all the recruiting boxes over the past week as a potential impact quarterback joined a class, a top prospect dropped out of a class and multiple ESPN 300 prospects were on campus on official visits.
about 247 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Pac-12 home teams grabbed a little bit of momentum this week, as Stanford, UCLA and USC all posted important wins in front of recruits. Oregon State was on the other side of the coin, as the Beavers dropped a close game but hope to turn things around in part by eventually grabbing commitments from an impressive list of visitors.
about 249 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
After LSU took a big step forward last week in the battle for the nation's top recruiting class with the addition of ESPN 300 linebacker Michael Divinity, Ohio State fired back this past weekend with a commitment from top-10 running back Antonio Williams.
about 255 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
Colorado signed three four-star prospects in 2015, continuing to show that coaches are slowly building in Boulder. That success on the recruiting trail hasn't translated yet into the 2016 class in terms of commitments, however, as Colorado is still awaiting its first prospect to join this recruiting class.
about 399 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
The early weeks of the high school and college football seasons slow things down a bit when it comes to Pac-12 recruiting. Only a handful of official visitors made their way to Pac-12 campuses, while a junior college commitment to Arizona was the first addition to the conference in nearly two weeks.
about 653 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail