A total of eight four-star recruits chose their schools this week, with five of them opting for the Pac-12.
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A California native, Daniels appeared to be leaning toward USC last week, but ended up with the Huskies after a flurry of receiver commits for the Trojans.
Daniels should team up nicely with four-star quarterback Troy Williams, who committed to the school last week, to give the Huskies a bright future. His combination of size and speed is one of the best in the West. Greg Biggins has more here about what his commitment means to Washington.
And then there's those Trojans, who added wide receiver Sebastian LaRue to their impressive and growing commitment list. LaRue is the No. 89 overall player in the Scout300 and No. 13 at his position. Scout recruiting analyst Greg Biggins calls him a "polished receiver who explodes off the line and can really get in and out of his breaks."
LaRue is the 10th member of an incredible 2013 commitment list for the Trojans. All 10 are rated four stars or higher by Scout, and LaRue is actually seventh of the 10 in the Scout300 rankings. He's joined on the list by two other four-star receivers -- Steven Mitchell (No. 15) and Eldridge Massington (No. 28).
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"I had a great visit and got to see my older brother Chris graduate," Owusu said. "While I was out there, I decided to commit as well so it was a great weekend for our family."
A big playmaker with good speed, Owusu was a "must-have" recruit for the Cardinal, Biggins said. Get more of his analysis here.
Linebacker Myles Jack -- the only non-receiver in this week's crop of four-star Pac-12 commits -- chose UCLA. The No. 19 overall outside linebacker picked the Bruins over a host of other offers, mostly from the West.
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"I went out there to earn an offer and I worked for it," Carrington said. "I ran some good routes, caught the ball well and then Coach (Chip) Kelly talked to me in the morning after the camp and told me I had an offer. ... I didn't waste much time, I told him I was taking it."
Read more of Biggins' interview with Carrington here.
It's been a four-star kind of month for the Pac-12. Arizona State and Washington State have picked up coveted recruits this month as well, and the ones on this chart weren't the only scores in June for some of those schools.
With plenty of time still to go before Signing Day a lot can happen, but for now the Pac-12 is sitting on a world of talent.
Around the country
(Commits from June 16 through 5:30 p.m. ET June 22)
Arizona picked up a whopping seven commits this week. Three-star cornerback Devin Holiday was the headliner, joined by three-star quarterback Brandon Cox, three-star linebackers Ryan Dunn and DeAndre Miller, three-star defensive end Calvin Allen, two-star linebacker Philip Wright and two-star quarterback Tommy Woodson.
Three-star kicker Matt Anderson picked Cal.
Clemson picked up a few more nice commits in the wake of last week's Robert Nkemdiche announcement. Four-star defensive end Elijah Daniel, three-star offensive tackle Maverick Morris and three-star defensive end Dane Rogers all picked the Tigers.
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Idaho's first 2013 commit is two-star wide receiver Reuben Mwehla.
Another solid week for Maryland. The Terps picked up five commitments, headlined by four-star linebacker Yannick Ngakoue. Also declaring were three-star running back Richy Anderson, two-star defensive end Michael Williams, two-star running back Deandre Lane, and two-star linebacker Cavon Walker.
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Three-star guard Alex Gall chose Miami.
T.J. Williams, a two-star wide receiver, picked Miami (OH).
Two-star cornerback Marcus Edmond declared for NC State.
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Last Saturday, Pitt swiped a great commit in four-star running back Corey Clement.
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Two-star quarterback Ryan Rubley has committed to Tulsa.
Six commits this week for Washington State. Five of them are two-stars -- cornerback Markell Sanders, linebacker Peyton Pelluer, wide recevier River Cracraft, running back Gerard Wicks and tight end Cole Madison. Also committing was unrated linebacker Ivan McLennan.
Two-star linebacker chose West Virginia.
Two-star safety Tanner Gentry became Wyoming's first member of the 2013 class.