By Brandon Huffman, 247Sports via Sports360AZ.com: The dead period is over; the quiet period has started. For the next six weeks, players can visit college campuses, and a lot of West Coast prospects are going to national programs. Several are heading to Texas and Texas A&M, for instance.
With two major events in Southern California this weekend, both UCLA and USC will be hosting a number of recruits. Oregon is also welcoming a big weekend with players from the state of Washington, while Cal will be hosting its Junior Day.
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Story by Brandon Huffman 247Sports The dead period is over; the quiet period has started. For the next six weeks, players can visit college campuses, and a lot of West…
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