Scout Recruiting Show: Top Five Impact Commits to the Pac-12

Dec. 18 -- There are several talented players heading to the Pac-12 this year. Here's our early look at five key recruits we think could make an early impact...

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Signing Day is now less than two months away and there are still a ton of high impact players on the board. Look for this list change over the coming weeks but here's our look at five Pac 12 commits who could see the field early. 

USC commit Tyler Vaughns is the top rated wide out in the West region. He's a smooth pass catcher with great hands and runs well after the catch. 

Fellow Trojan commit Michael Pittman probably increased his stock more than just about anyone this past season. He's a tough physical athlete who we always liked on defense but he showed he can definitely be a playmaker at receiver as well.

Few schools use the tight end position better than Stanford and we think Kaden Smith has the talent to play right away. Smith has the size, hands and athleticism to be the next big time Cardinal pass catcher. 

UCLA needed to add some speed out wide and Theo Howard is the fastest receiver in the region. Howard isn't just explosive, he has soft hands, runs very well after the catch

It's a great year for linebackers out West and Cardinal commit Curtis Robinson is one of the best. He has size, toughness, athleticism and is one of the most instinctual players in the region. 

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