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.
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.