Andrus Peat from Corona del Sol in Tempe is probably considered one of the top offensive tackles in the country. He has great physical measurables, raw talent, and is just an overall beast to deal with for most defenses. If Peat can develop into his body, he has a great shot to be the anchor for an O-line in college.
It looks like Peat is coming closer to making his decision.
There are clear advantages to each school. In terms of the Pac-12 though, Stanford and USC are clearly solid in terms of churning out pro-quality offensive linemen. They're probably your best bets in terms of where you want to do it in the conference if you're a big ugly.
However, Nebraska and Florida State probably offer the chance to start earlier, which could sway Peat away from the West. Peat's brother is also with the Huskers, which can't hurt at all. There's definitely a lot of recruiting left to do, but Peat is probably not yet ready to make a definitive commitment.
For more on Pac-12 offensive line targets, check out the Pac-12 recruiting board for offensive tackles.