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The Arizona Wildcats have already turned most of their recruiting efforts to 2014, as they had their Junior Day the week before National Signing Day. USC, Stanford, Arizona State are all doubling their efforts for next season.
With 2013 wrapping up, let's take a look at the Pac-12 recruiting news for 2014, which is already starting to ramp up with most signings made in the West for this class.
Already a team looking ahead to next year is the Arizona Wildcats, as they had a big weekend to show out for the 2014 kids. Arizona had their junior day. Who showed up? It was a pretty big event full of interesting prospects.
QB Kyle Allen
QB Jajauan Lawson
QB Luke Rubenzer
QB Zach Werlinger
RB Nick Wilson
RB/DB J.T. Gray
WR Jalen Brown
WR Cam Denson
WR Mitch McCulley
WR/CB Tyler Whiley
TE Trevor Wood
OT Mark Andrews
OT Natrell Curtis
OT Andrew Mike
OT Marshall Forest
OT Layth Friekh
DB Dominique Fenstermacher
S J.R. Hunt
S Jordan Schlueter
ATH Kaelin Deboskie
2014 OT Quinn Bailey was also there and received an Arizona offer afterwards.
2014 LB Dylan Hanser committed to Washington State.
2014 OL Tyrell Crosby has offers from Utah and Oregon.
2014 QB Deshaun Watson is committed to Clemson but is receiving interest from Oregon.
2014 WR Dionte Sykes on an unofficial to Arizona State, will visit Oregon soon. Which team leads?
2014 DT Byron Moore discusses Stanford.
2014 LB Bryson Allen-Williams has visits to USC and UCLA lined up, with Georgia soon after.
2014 DB Chris Hardeman got the UCLA offer.
2014 LB Joey Alfieri and 2014 TE/DE Henry Mondeaux are receiving interest from Cal, Oregon State and Arizona State.
2014 OL Marcelys Jones gets a UCLA offer; Jones is currently committed to Ohio State.
2014 WR Dallis Todd might be a California kid, but it's Ohio State who leads for him now.
2014 WR Speedy Noll has a top 5. USC is in it.
2014 DE Malik McDowell gets the USC offer.
2014 ATH Tyler Whiley got a Washington offer.
2014 QB Brad Kaaya targeted by Stanford, Cal and USC.
2014 WR Michael Garner picked up an Arizona offer.