When it comes to recruiting rankings in the Pac-12, the pecking order has been fairly set. Since 2006, USC has signed the conference's top class in all but two years. Not surprisingly, fellow recruiting powers Stanford and UCLA took the top spots in 2012 and 2013, respectively, and those programs pulled in the conference's top three classes this past February.
about 492 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
The Huskies will have plenty of holes to fill for the 2015 season, as Washington loses a number of starters along the offensive line, as well as all-conference standouts along the defensive line and at linebacker.
about 995 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
At the halfway point of college football's regular season, there is still plenty to be decided both on the field and on the recruiting trail. The Pac-12 placed six programs among the top 40 recruiting classes in Wednesday's updated class rankings and conference recruiting classes contain as many as 24 -- Arizona -- and as few as nine -- Stanford -- verbal commitments.
about 1072 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
A huge win at USC was witnessed by a number of big-time recruits, while Washington added a second commitment to its 2015 class and UCLA provided another statement to recruits, utilizing the talents of a two-way freshman.
about 1405 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
With season-openers scheduled for a number of Pac-12 programs this weekend, visitors -- official and unofficial -- made up a bulk of the news around the conference. California, Oregon, Oregon State and UCLA will all host official visitors, while Washington will have plenty of unofficial guests eager to check out the Huskies' renovated stadium.
about 1485 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 1499 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail