A number of big names will be on Pac-12 campuses this weekend for the final in-person push coaches can make before the dead period hits Monday. Listed below are 10 of the most important visits conference coaches have on their plates this weekend, as the finishing touches are put on some of the top classes in the country.
about 1179 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
The mother of all recruiting weekends has arrived for the USC Trojans. With less than two weeks remaining until national signing day, seven members of the ESPN 300 are expected to be on campus beginning Friday.
about 1186 days ago | Blair Angulo | NCF On The Trail
The Trojans currently have 15 commitments for 19 spots available in the Class of 2014 and early spring enrollments. Here is how the spots fill out for the commitments that have been made so far: QB (1) Jalen Greene RB (0) WR (1) Rahshead Johnson TE (1) Bryce Dixon OL (4) Viane Talamaivao, Toa Lobendahn, Chris Brown, Jordan Austin DL (3) Malik Dorton, Don Hill, Claudeson Pelon LB (2) Olajuwon Tucker, Uchenna Nwosu DB (3) Jonathan Lockett, Ajene Harris, John Plattenburg Greene, Lobendahn, Austin and Hill have already enrolled for the spring semester.
about 1188 days ago | Garry Paskwietz | USC Trojans
A recent string of commitments heading into the dead period has left USC with only five remaining slots in its 2014 recruiting class. The Trojans have 19 total spots to use, as long as four of them are mid-year enrollees.
about 1221 days ago | Blair Angulo | NCF On The Trail
The Early Offer is RecruitingNation's latest feature, giving you a daily dose of recruiting in the mornings. Today's offerings: Washington State's victory over USC on Saturday will give the Cougars plenty of ammunition on the recruiting trail and is only going to create more problems for embattled Lane Kiffin; and BYU has even more defensive help on the way.
about 1323 days ago | Jeremy Crabtree | NCF On The Trail
Things were much quieter for USC recruiting this July than they were in the same month last year, when the Trojans landed verbal commitments from eight highly touted prospects to bring their total to a whopping 18 before the start of the high school season.