Spring ball is the next item on the college football agenda, as programs begin gearing up for the 2016 season. While familiar faces will make up a significant portion of each roster, the increase across the country in early enrollees is being felt in the Pac-12 as well.
about 531 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Wednesday was signing day for midterm junior college recruits, and it was pretty clear Arizona State, Baylor and Tennessee were among the day's biggest winners. 1. While Alabama officially signed the top junior college recruit in the country, offensive tackle Charles Baldwin, the biggest winner Wednesday had to be Arizona State.
about 587 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
While Stanford and USC battled it out for the Pac-12 title, the rest of the conference's coaching staffs were able to put together a weekend focused fully on recruiting. With fewer than two months until signing day and the dead period rapidly approaching, Pac-12 programs are working on their finishing kick for the 2016 recruiting class.
about 595 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Before the season began, we looked at potential tipping point recruiting classes in each conference. For the Pac-12, Arizona State stood out as a potential class that could very much be impacted by the Sun Devils' performance on the field this fall.
about 646 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Either Arizona State or Texas A&M will get off to an impressive start this season, as the two square off in one of the weekend's most interesting non-conference matchups and a game that has direct recruiting implications for both sides.
about 691 days ago | Derek Tyson and Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Six Pac-12 programs -- Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford, UCLA and USC -- have established themselves as mainstays in the national top-40 recruiting rankings, but the last few years have proven that order can change in any given recruiting cycle.
about 707 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
Commitment No. 18 is in for SMU, as multipurpose athlete J'Marcus Rhodes (Orange, Texas/West Orange-Stark) said he gave his verbal pledge on Sunday. Rhodes, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound, two-way starter with 4.
about 1752 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail