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Pac-12 football recruiting: where are the top uncommitted recruits visiting this weekend?

There are several uncommitted recruits that Pac-12 schools are still fighting to land before signing day. Here's a rundown of where they will be for the last official visit weekend

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Right now, there are no fans of any team in the Pac-12 that are content with their recruiting class before signing day.

That's because there are still several top recruits out there that may or may not choose their school. This weekend could go a long way in determining where those players will end up. Where are the top uncommitted Pac-12 recruiting targets going to be this weekend? All over the country.

(Pro tip: if a player is listed as a commitment but is taking a visit to somewhere else on the last weekend of official visits, then he's not exactly committed to your school.)

Arizona State and USC are hoping to lock down 5 star linebacker Porter Gustin on signing day, but they are both probably going to be sweating bullets this weekend. He's already been to visit Utah this week and is headed to visit Urban Meyer and Ohio State.

Iman Marshall is the top ranked cornerback in the nation and was originally supposed to be at Oregon this weekend. Unfortunately for the Ducks, he won't be making the trip and the Ducks are out of the running. USC is considered the heavy favorite to land him.

Washington State commit Jonah Moi will be in Oregon though. He's one of the top JC linebacker recruits in the nation and would be a huge loss if the Ducks stole him away from the Cougs.

And just to punctuate how brutal that might be, Wazzu could lose its two top receiver recruits as well with Deontay Burnett visiting Michigan and Dahu Green taking a visit to Oklahoma. They are two of the more underrated receiver recruits in the nation.

Defensive tackle Kevin Scott has been one of the hottest recruits in the nation as of late picking up offers from several schools with USC being at the top of that list. He would be a great addition to the Trojans class, but is visiting Ole Miss for his final official visit.

Arizona State commit Jaason Lewis will also be at Ole Miss. This recruiting class looks good right now for the Sun Devils, but it would look a lot less so if Lewis wasn't a part of it.

4 star athlete Jaylinn Hawkins is still on the wish list of several Pac-12 schools including Washington, Utah, Oregon, Cal, and Arizona State. He's still trying to set up a final visit to somewhere this weekend ($).

Oregon State and Utah are the final two for former Stanford commit Christian FolauThe linebacker is using this final visit weekend to check out Gary Andersen and the Beavers ($).

The Pac-12 doesn't tend to recruit the Buffalo area too heavily, but schools like Oregon, USC, and UCLA made an exception with tight end/defensive end Tyrone Wheatley Jr. He visited Michigan this week, where his Dad was a star tailback and is now a coach on the staff.

UCLA is the only school in the conference that is trying to close out their class with a massive official visit weekend on their campus. The recruits visiting could pretty much transform their class into one of the best in the nation if they all ended up committing. Linebacker Roquan Smith, defensive tackle Joseph Wicker, safety Nathan Meadors, and cornerback Dechaun Holiday will all be in Westwood.

Much smaller in numbers, but still hugely significant, running back Chris Warren will be visiting Washington. Texas is considered the favorite to land him, but Warren has ties to the Seattle area with his father being a former Seahawk.

Cal also will get the chance to make a pitch for a blue chip offensive lineman this weekend with Semisi Uluave visiting. He's one of the top uncommitted offensive linemen left in this recruiting class.