Grading Top Pac-12 Recruits' Performances at 2014 the Opening

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Grading Top Pac-12 Recruits' Performances at 2014 the Opening
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QB Josh Rosen

With college football media days officially underway, we can start the clock on the countdown to Pac-12 football, not that you haven't been marking off the days since January.

But before we take a look ahead, we're going to look back at one of the marquee recruiting events of the offseason: The Opening, which took place at Nike headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.

The nation's top high school talents all descended upon the Portland area from July 7-11 to showcase their skills and improve their respective recruiting profiles. Several Pac-12 commits were there as well as many other players schools from the conference are hoping to sign as part of their 2015 recruiting class.

We're taking a look at six of the more high-profile talents and giving them each a grade for the week. Obviously, this was just one camp, and the grade by no means defines the player's overall skills or what he can and can't accomplish at the next level.

Still, it was interesting to get a glimpse of what these guys looked like when going up against other elite players. Click ahead to check out our grades of the top Pac-12 recruits from 2014 The Opening.


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