Get a look at 5 storylines that emerged following National Signing Day in the Pac-12 on Wednesday.
Kyle Ford has been described as a man amongst boys by scouts, reporters and opponents. And now, that man is a USC Trojan.
Ford, a four-star wide receiver out of Orange, California, made it official on Wednesday with the program just 30 miles down the road. Some recruiting sites have him listed as a five-star, making him the highest-rated signee in this USC class according to 247Sports' composite rankings.
Stanford's Gabriel Townsell collects Pac-12 Wrestler of the Week nod. Pac-12 Wrestler of the Week, February 6, 2019.
Laviska Shenault Jr.'s younger brother, La'Vontae, signed his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday morning to play for the Buffs.
Pac-12 spotlights the achievements of inspiring athletes and teams ahead of the 33rd anniversary of the National Girls & Women in Sports Day on Feb. 6.
Way, way back in the olden days of 2016, the first Wednesday of February was THE day to circle on your calendar for recruiting. Here in the futuristic times of 2019, we’ve already had one early signing period, so the February National Signing Day doesn’t have quite the zeal it used to. Most of the leg work has been done by now, but there are still some things to solidify. Here’s a look at five storylines to monitor on Wednesday around the Pac-12:
In his own words, Joshua Brewer describes moving to the United State and why he was drawn to the University of Arizona in Tucson.