Pac-12 Football Recruiting Class Rankings

    Pac-12 football recruiting rankings following National Signing Day 2017. The USC Trojans cleaned up Wednesday, signing some of the most sought-after prospects still on the board.

    February 1, 2017

    Pac-12 football recruiting rankings following National Signing Day 2017. The USC Trojans cleaned up Wednesday, signing some of the most sought-after prospects still on the board.


    Clay Helton and his staff headed into National Signing Day with a good class. By the end of the day, it was considered nothing short of great.

    USC landed a host of blue-chip prospects Wednesday to shoot all the way up the board to No. 5 nationally in Scout.com’s team rankings. Five-star recruits Austin Jackson, Jay Tufele and Joseph Lewis all made pledges to the Trojans on National Signing Day, which got off to a pretty eventful start for USC.

    Four-star linebacker Levi Jones played a bit of a trick on those watching his commitment, as he took off his jacket to reveal a Florida Gators shirt. He removed that and wore a Florida State shirt. Then, he took that off to reveal a USC shirt, after which he grabbed a Trojans hat and declared, “Fight On!”

    Two other Pac-12 schools landed top-25 classes as well, with UCLA slotting at No. 21 and Stanford coming in at No. 24. The Bruins’ only 5-star recruit – cornerback Darnay Holmes – signed his letter of intent Jan. 9.

    The Cardinal signed 5-star prospects Davis Mills, Foster Sarell and Walker Little on Wednesday.

    Here’s how the rest of the Pac-12 class rankings look following National Signing Day.

    2017 Pac-12 Football Recruiting Class Rankings

    1. USC  – 4,617 points – 25 commits (Overall Ranking: 5)

    2. Oregon – 3,099 points – 24 commits (16)

    3. UCLA – 2,802 points – 18 commits (21)

    4. Washington – 2,689 points – 18 commits (23)

    5. Stanford – 2,671 points – 14 commits (24)

    6. Colorado – 2,505 points – 27 commits (30)

    7. Utah – 2,334 points – 20 commits (33)

    8. Washington State – 2,153 points – 27 commits (39)

    9. Oregon State – 2,020 points – 25 commits (43)

    10. Arizona State – 2,000 points – 18 commits (44)

    11. Arizona – 1,949 points – 25 commits (46)

    12. California – 1,299 points – 15 commits (64)

    MORE: Final College Football Recruiting Rankings – 2017’s Top 50 Classes

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