Prospect of the Week
Murrieta Valley (Calif.) receiver Marquis Spiker is one of the top receivers in the West, regardless of class, the No. 5 receiver in the 2018 class and No. 13 nationally. The four-star has a dozen offers, but with more games like he had against Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian, that number could grow. Spiker had a career night, catching seven passes for 237 yards and caught four touchdown passes in their win over Oaks. It was the fifth time this season that Spiker had gone over 100 yards and he now has 746 yards on 35 receptions with 11 touchdowns on the season. He also picked up his eighth Pac-12 offer last week when the local school, UCLA offered.
Visit of the Week
Las Vegas (Nev.) Arbor View four-star defensive tackle Greg Rogers will visit Colorado this weekend, the most high-profile visitor to a Pac-12 school. The Under Armour All-American has had the Buffs on his short list for quite some time and he's one of their primary targets in this class. Rogers has already visited Oklahoma officially and this will be his first of four visits to Pac-12 schools, with Arizona State, UCLA and USC all set for trips. But the Buffs get the first shot from the Pac-12.
Prospect On the Rise
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro is traditionally one of the more loaded schools in Arizona and this year is no different. But offensive lineman Jax Wacaser tends to be overlooked a bit. That's changing. He's added 30 good pounds in the offseason and elevated his game. After a big game in the opener against Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian, Wacaser has lifted his play this season and has added offers from Vanderbilt, Virginia and Washington State. In-state schools, Arizona and Arizona State have also picked up their interest and he was at Arizona's game with Washington last weekend.
Underclassmen of the Week
Sumner (Wash.) 2018 athlete Tre Weed may be overshadowed a bit by do-everything teammate Connor Wedington, a four-star in the 2017 class, but for the second straight year, with Scout in attendance, Weed picked the right game to take his game to the next level. The three-star was huge on both sides of the ball for the Spartans in their big win over Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin, with two interceptions, including one to end the game as well as a touchdown reception that put the Spartans up after trailing early. While Weed is still waiting for his first offer, Washington and Washington State are both keeping a close eye on him and he'll be at the Washington-Stanford game on Friday night.
Edmonds (Wash.) Woodway defensive end Ali Gaye could be close to wrapping up his recruitment. The three-star, the No. 1 defensive end in Washington and the No. 12 end in the West tweeted his top 13, all of his offers, and said no leader but that a decision is coming soon. The Pac-12 schools, though, are doing well with him, with California, Washington State and USC some of the schools he's been higher on in his recruitment.