National Signing Day 2016: How Pac-12 schools announced their commits on social
In an era when almost every sports fan -- and almost every recruit -- is plugged into social media nearly 24/7, athletics programs across the nation have stepped up their games when it comes to National Signing Day.
But in 2016, our 12 Pac-12 schools went above and beyond to announce their list of football signees.
Here's a look at how the announcements were made from each Pac-12 outpost:
The coolest thing Arizona did on Wednesday was feature each of their football recruits in a slick, imformative Instagram post. The background is sweet, the typeface is fresh and this year's OKGs are made to look ready for prime time.
The CEO of the #NewDevilsOrder
— Sun Devil Football (@FootballASU) February 3, 2016
The motto for Todd Graham and ASU when it comes to keeping players in the Valley of the Sun home is #StayTrue, and they were all-in for that with these slick graphics, complete with special designations for each player's key skills.
— Sonny Dykes (@CALCoachDykes) February 3, 2016
Clean. Informative. Smart. It all screams Berkeley.
Using Instagram to the max, 18 new members of Ralphie's squad were presented in stunning fashion.
— OregonGridiron (@OregonGridiron) February 3, 2016
It wouldn't be the Men of Oregon without some glow-in-the dark swag.
Oregon State took to Facebook to #BuildTheDam in 2016, and the headshot coupled with a sweet action shot provides for a great announcement.
— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) February 3, 2016
The defending Rose Bowl champs went above and beyond to roll out #CardClass16, with nicely produced videos on Twitter complete with highlights and analysis from Stanford coaches.
One Facebook video. Every new Bruin. Highlights. Spinning helmets. It's all #4s up everything.
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) February 3, 2016
On the other side of the SoCal rivalry, USC was not to be outdone in the slickly-produced video game. THAT'S how you make an entrance in Troy.
— Utah Football (@Utah_Football) February 3, 2016
At Utah, they call themselves a football family, so what better way to welcome a new group of Utes than with shoutouts from great Utah players of the past?
— Bob Gregory (@CoachGregoryUW) February 3, 2016
Beauty on Montlake. Beauty in these signing reveal videos from each Washington position coach, breaking down why their signings will make an impact at UW.
Three words: Hit. The. Dab.
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