Pac-12 Schools Look To Finish Strong As Signing Day Approaches

(CBS) — With Wednesday’s Signing Day approaching quickly, Pac-12 coaches have been hitting the recruiting trail hard in the final days.

Monrovia’s Ellis McCarthey, who is verbally committed to UCLA,  is the highest ranked prospect in the region, ranked #6 nationally by

On Signing Day, will fill you in with the local prospects and teams, with live announcements expected on the 4th annual Signing Day show at 5:15pm.

So far here is a rundown of how the Pac-12 schools are looking with the top-100 players in the country:

Arizona:  Zero committed players

Arizona State : #30 D.J Foster – Scottsdale, AZ, #62 Evan Goodman – Lakeland, Fl

California: #89 Bryce Treggs – St. John Bosco HS #94 Freddie Tagaloa – Salesian, CA

Colorado#100 Yuri Wright — Ramsey, NJ

Oregon: #61 Byron Marshall – San Jose, CA, #91 Dwayne Stanford — Cincinnati, OH

Oregon St:  Zero committed players

Stanford: #26 Josh Garnett – Puyallap, WA, #43 Barry Sanders — Oklahoma City, OK, #72 Noor Davis — Leesburg, FL

UCLA: #6 Ellis McCarthy — Monrovia HS

USC: #37 Jordan Simmons — Crespi HS, #60 Scott Starr — Norco HS, #71 Jabari Ruffin — Downey HS

Utah:  Zero committed players

Washington:  Zero committed players

Washington State: Zero committed players

Several Pac-12 programs have no committed players, however #5 overall Shaq Thompson is expected to choose between his hometown Cal Golden Bears, Oregon and Washington.

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