Oregon Ducks: Nathan Starks

Biggest flips: Pac-12 

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Many of the biggest flips relating to Pac-12 teams came fairly early in the process, which means there might not be much chaos on signing day when it comes to recruits flipping commitments. However, as with every year, flips will help and hurt a number of conference programs come Wednesday, and we take a look at the five biggest in the Pac-12 during this recruiting cycle.

Weekend recruiting wrap: Pac-12 

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It was a very busy weekend in the Pac-12, as several programs picked up recruits during the various All-American games across the country.

Biggest commitment: Five conference teams added commitments since last Thursday, and all will likely play a big role in shaping classes on signing day.

Arizona got an early start on the weekend, as the Wildcats grabbed two huge commitments this past Thursday with ESPN 300 cornerback Jalen Tabor (Washington, D.C./Friendship Collegiate Academy) -- the No. 15 overall prospect in the nation -- and former USC commit and ESPN 300 offensive tackle Jordan Poland (La Jolla, Calif./La Jolla Country Day).

Arizona State landed a commitment from two-way lineman Kammy Delp (Pomona, Calif./Diamond Ranch) during the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl on Sunday. Delp will still visit other programs, but if he sticks with Arizona State, he'll provide a boost at defensive tackle.


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Video: Pac-12 Official Visit

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This week's look at Pac-12 recruiting touches on Oregon-bound Morgan Mahalak, Joe Mixon, Nathan Starks and more.
Nathan StarksCourtesy Starks FamilyLas Vegas, Nev., running back Nathan Starks is one of the most sought after prospects in the Class of 2014 and one the Ducks have high interest in.
Oregon's offense is about as young as you will find around the country, especially at the skill positions. It will be even younger in 2013, as only Kenjon Barner and Rahsaan Vaughn will exhaust their eligibility in 2012.

Wide receiver Josh Huff will likely be the only senior starter at the skill positions in 2013.

With four quarterbacks, five wide receivers and six tight ends being freshman or sophomores in 2012, the Ducks are being very selective when offering 2013 prospects at those positions.

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