Breaking down the best Pac-12 football recruits at each position in the 2017 class, now that National Signing Day has come and gone.
There were two Pac-12 football recruiting stories on National Signing Day, and each of the conference’s divisions was represented.
In the North, it was all about Stanford. Never mind their final rating, the Cardinal pulled in three of the best players in the entire country at their respective positions. Davis Mills is the future at quarterback, Foster Sarell is a next-level tackle, and Colby Parkinson is the nation’s best tight end. If you’re a Stanford fan, take solace in knowing that the future on offense appears very, very bright.
In the South, USC dominated the headlines. Clay Helton’s team came on like gangbusters – not unlike this past season – to close with a fury. Joseph Lewis, Jay Tufele and Levi Jones all headlined what very well may have been the top story of, not just Pac-12 football, but National Signing Day.
Below are the best Pac-12 football recruits at each position from the 2017 class.
Best Pac-12 Football Recruits
Davis Mills (5-Star) – Stanford
Stephen Carr (5-Star) – USC
Joseph Lewis (5-Star) – USC
Colby Parkinson (4-Star) – Stanford
Kanan Ray (3-Star) – UCLA
Foster Sarell (5-Star) – Stanford
Jaelan Phillips (5-Star) – UCLA
Jay Tufele (5-Star) – USC
Levi Jones (4-Star) – USC
Darnay Holmes (5-Star) – UCLA
Bubba Bolden (4-Star) – USC