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Weekend recruiting wrap: Pac-12 

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Momentum continues to roll in a positive direction for USC. Washington extended an offer to another 2015 standout quarterback. Two California commitments looked good in last weekend's games. And Stanford earned the right to walk tall on the recruiting trail this week.

Weekend recruiting wrap: Big 12 

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Trey Millard has consistently been one of the best fullbacks in college football since he arrived in Norman, Okla. But with his eligibility running out after this season, the Sooners were in desperate need of finding his replacement.

Well, Oklahoma might have found him last week in the form of a former Boise State commitment. We'll take a look at that commitment, a huge offer given to the No. 3 wide receiver in 2015, as well as the two teams really vying for ESPN 300 safety Edwin Freeman in this week's Big 12 recruiting weekend wrap.


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Weekend recruiting wrap: SEC 

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Lots of news around the Southeastern Conference over the weekend. There were a few commitments, and Alabama hosted several visitors for its big win over LSU. Here’s a closer look at some of the top storylines in the SEC this weekend.


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The Big Ten conference standings are taking shape and battles are heating up on the recruiting trail. Here is a look at the latest happenings in recruiting over the weekend.


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Weekend recruiting wrap: ACC 

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Another quiet week in the ACC for commitments, but the wheels of recruiting kept turning as more offers and important visits took place over the weekend.

Biggest offer: Florida State went across the country to issue its newest offer. Kieffer Longson (San Ramon, Calif./Dougherty Valley), a 2015 offensive tackle, looks poised to be one of his class' top linemen prospects in California. That position was further strengthened by the addition of an Ohio State offer, too. None of the in-state schools have offered, but Cal, UCLA and USC are all interested at this point.


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