New ESPN recruiting rankings

Some links from the folks at RecruitingNation to share with you this morning.

First, they have updated the ESPN 150. Here's how it breaks down for the teams in the Pac-12:

But now, ask yourself, is 150 really enough? So for those of you who want to go a little deeper, ESPN RecruitingNation debuted the ESPN 300! That's right. Double the names, double the fun. This is reserved for the players on the bubble who could move up (or down) throughout the recruiting period. No memo yet on how the ESPN 600 is shaping up. Here are the Pac-12 players on the 300.

The recruiting crew also takes you inside the rankings. Here's a snippet from Corey Long's notebook on ESPN 150 running back Ryan Green.

As for official visits, Green has indicated that USC and Michigan will likely get officials early in the fall. He hopes to have a top five by the start of his senior season and might not make a final decision until national signing day.

Here's a little more from Erik McKinney:

In 2012, the West region placed four offensive linemen among the top 27 players in the country. In the 2013 class, there are just four in the entire ESPN 300, as the top lineman checks in at No. 171: Oregon commit Evan Voeller (West Linn, Ore./West Linn).

On Monday we looked at where each team stood through the most recent recruiting cycle and USC has strengthened its class since then with yesterday's addition of Su'a Cravens, the top-rated safety in the country. But there are lots of big names out there that multiple teams are fighting over -- such as DT Montravius Adams (USC and Cal have offered); Ath Max Redfield (eight Pac-12 teams have offered) and Jordan Cunningham (Stanford and USC have offered). Lots of recruiting left, and more than likely a lot of flip-flopping still to happen.