Pac-12 Recruiting, Who's Left: Best of the Rest from the West (4-Stars)
There are at least 34 '2013' 4-star prospects from the western states who have not commited as of mid-July.
USC only has a few more open slots, so the 'Trojan 4-and-5-star feasting' is nearly over.
The Trojans are likely to still get safety Max Redfield or maybe safety Tahaan Goodman from the west, but any other commits will come from the east.
Most of those 34 uncommitted western recruits will most likely sign with a Pac-12 university - and perhaps up to a dozen may sign with the UCLA Bruins.
Scout.com already has UCLA at six 4-star verbals, so an additional 10 4-star pledges could be a coup d'etat for Bruins head coach Jim Mora?
Time will tell if the Bruins end up with a top ten class, but recall UCLA had a great class last year along with USC, Stanford and Oregon. USC and UCLA might have the best back-to-back recruiting classes (2012/2013) of the Pac-12.
Here is a list of the rest of the best from the west:
MLB Isaac Savaiinaea - Honolulu, Hawaii: STANFORD or UCLA, Cal, Oregon, USC
CB Priest Willis - Tempe, Arizona: LSU or USC
S Tahaan Goodman - Rancho Cucamonga, California: USC or UCLA, Cal, Oklahoma
CB Johnny Johnson - Fresno, California: CAL or Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford
S Hatari Byrd - Fresno, California: OKLAHOMA or UCLA
MLB Kevin Palma - Tulare, California: UCLA
TE Tom Duarte - Santa Ana, California: UCLA or Stanford, USC, Cal, Oregon
DE Joe Mathis - Upland, California: WASHINGTON or Michigan, Nebraska
WR Devon Allen - Phoenix, Arizona: STANFORD or Notre Dame, Ohio State, Arizona St.
OT Kenny Lacy - Phoenix, Arizona: CAL or Nebraska, Arizona State, Arizona
OT John Lopez - Orange, California: UCLA or Washington
ATH Tyree Robinson - San Diego, California: UCLA or USC, Notre Dame, Oregon
OG Reeve Koehler - Honolulu, Hawaii: OREGON or Tennessee, Georgia
CB Cole Luke - Chandler, Arizona: OKLAHOMA or Notre Dame, Texas, Oregon, USC
CB Dashon Hunt - Westlake, California: UCLA or Cal, Arizona, Boise State
C Scott Quessenberry - Calsbad, California: CAL or Nebraska, Washington
CB L.J. Moore - Fresno, California: CAL or UCLA, Georgia, Houston, Notre Dame
RB Khalfani Muhammad - Sherman Oaks, California: UCLA or Notre Dame
S Tyler Foreman - Encino, California: UCLA or Cal, Utah, Oklahoma, Minnesota
RB Craig Lee - Redlands, California: UCLA or Cal, Washington, Arizona
DE Austin Hooper - Concord, California: CAL or Washington, Oregon
DT Scott Pagano - Honolulu, Hawaii: LSU Committed to Clemson 7-24-12
WR John Ross - Long Beach, California: UCLA or Washington
RB D.J. Martin - Bakersfield, California: CAL or UCLA
CB Sean Barton - Woods Cross, Utah: UTAH or Colorado, Boise State, Cal
DE Vita Vea - Milpitas, California: CAL or UCLA, Washington
DE Marcus Farria - Peoria, Arizona: ARIZONA ST., or Arkansas
OT Aaron Cochran - Atwater, California: STANFORD or Cal, Oregon
RB Aaron Baltazar - Chula Vista, California: WASHINGTON or UCLA
RB Terrell Newby II - West Hills, California: OREGON or Colorado, Nebraska, Utah
RB Pierre Cormier - San Diego, California: UCLA or Utah, Arizona, Arizona State
CB Cameron Walker - Los Angeles, California: BOISE ST. or Cal
TE Beau Sandland (JC) - Los Angeles, California: CAL or Nebraska, Oklahoma
Did I miss any 4-5-star prospects? Where do you think these prospects will sign? Are we headed for some new USC/UCLA showdowns as the Pac-12's top two teams in the near future? Are Oregon and Stanford in for a shocking recruiting letdown? Let me know.
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