Ranking Each Pac-12 2013 Recruiting Class, Post Eldridge Massington Commitment

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Ranking Each Pac-12 2013 Recruiting Class, Post Eldridge Massington Commitment
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The landscape of Pac-12 recruiting is slowly but surely changing, and you can thank Jim Mora and the UCLA Bruins for that.

Mora and the Bruins are building up UCLA's program in the Pac-12, and their epic win over USC earlier this year went a long way to prove that statement. So did their presence in the Pac-12 championship game, although the Bruins ended up losing to Stanford.

UCLA is also doing very well on the recruiting trail and if you need proof of that look no further than the latest UCLA commitment (Sean Ceglinsky/247Sports)—4-star receiver Eldridge Massington.

Massington is the No. 20 receiver in the 2013 class according to the 247sports, so he's a big commitment from a talent standpoint, but what makes his decision even more important in the Pac-12 is the fact that Massington is a former USC commitment.

This will go down as a big recruiting win for UCLA, and it's quite the opposite for USC.

Like I said, the landscape of Pac-12 recruiting is starting to change.

Here's a ranking of each recruiting class in the Pac-12 now that Massington has committed to UCLA.

 

Sources: Rivals.com team rankings and 247Sports composite team rankings.

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