This week's list offers a look through the Pac-12 at the potential best-case and worst-case scenarios that the 2014 recruiting cycle could bring for various programs. While a few of the best-case scenarios might be close to within reach for some programs, many of the worst-case scenarios would take a special brand of bad luck.
about 1688 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
We've barely hit the quarter pole of the 2013 season, but with true and redshirt freshmen making impacts all over the country, attention turns this week to those recruits in the 2014 class who could generate the same kind of press early in their careers and affect the conference.
about 1701 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Arizona's haul of 24 verbal commitments is nine more than any other Pac-12 team, while only one BCS program has fewer than USC's seven -- Minnesota, with six. Oregon, UCLA, Utah and Washington have all yet to reach double digits.
about 1716 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Recruiting for the 2014 class bumped up another notch this past Sunday, when college coaches could begin making their one phone call per week to high school seniors. Today, we take a look at what position group those Pac-12 coaches might consider their most important position to add talent with this class.
about 1723 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
The Pac-12 has a chance to gain two big commitments over the coming days, but those won't be the only eventual newcomers who will make an impact. And one of the conference's heavyweights could have plenty to sell this fall.
about 1742 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Though several Pac-12 teams gained commitments over the past week, Stanford stole the show with a huge pickup on Saturday. Wednesday's class rankings reflect the Cardinal's big day, as David Shaw's program jumped several spots and widened the gap between its top class and Arizona, which holds firm at No.
about 1743 days ago | Erik McKinney | On The Trail: West Region
It was another busy weekend in the Pac-12 as a number of programs reeled in verbal commitments. Utah pulled in three-star receiver Jeremy McNichol, Arizona State continued its hot August and Stanford posted one of the most impressive days of the 2013 recruiting calendar.
about 1745 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's latest feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting each morning. Today's offerings: One rival coach says Stanford has the nation's most underrated class, Florida looks for a big week and Iowa's big loss shows that Alabama can recruit anywhere in the country.
about 1745 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
Head coach Jim Harbaugh and quarterback Andrew Luck left for the NFL, but Stanford didn't disappear from the national picture. With a relentless, pounding ground attack on offense and that same physical aggressiveness in the front seven on defense, the Cardinal are in position to stay among the elite for the foreseeable future.
about 1746 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail