It's the penultimate visit weekend, so several Western schools will have big lists of visitors with their next to last chance to impress recruits.
Most of the Pac-12 schools and Mountain West programs will be hosting official visitors throughout the weekend, the second of the final three weekends of visits.
Here is a look at some of the key official visitors in the West:
The Sun Devils wont have the massive list they had a week ago, but there are still a half-dozen visitors, including three Western commits. Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta quarterback Coltin Gerhart will be in Tempe along with Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista tight end Brendan Landman and Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman cornerback Armand Perry. Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton linebacker Santana Sterling will also be visiting.
The Broncos have a good sized contingent, led by four-star quarterback Brad Kaaya from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade. Kaaya, a Semper Fi All-American, is committed to Miami and visited them last week, but wants to give the Broncos a chance. Two three-star commits will be in town in tight end David Lucero from Holtsville (Calif.) and Salt Lake City (Utah) East center Tennessee Su'esu'e. Big targets include Oakley (Calif.) Freedom defensive end Patrick Choudja and Santa Margarita (Calif.) athlete Jeremy McNichols, a soft verbal to Utah.
Now armed with a defensive coordinator, the Bears will bring in several prospects, including a pair of linebacker targets they cover in Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco's Chandler Leniu and Frisco (Texas) Wakeland's Noah Westerfield. Leniu's teammate, receiver Shay Fields will also be in town. Washington commit John Turner from Los Angeles (Calif.) Loyola is visiting as well as Boise State soft commit Jaylen Johnson from Corona (Calif.) Centennial. Commits visiting include Peoria (Ariz.) Centennial guard Kamryn Bennett and La Mirada (Calif.) center Michael Trini.
The Bulldogs have a good contingent of visitors, including local prospect Tashon Smallwood, a four-star defensive tackle commit to Arizona State who plays at Fresno (Calif.) Central. Two offensive lineman from the Southland that the Bulldogs want will be visiting in Downey (Calif.) tackle Arturo Gomez and Carson (Calif.) tackle Bobby Johnson. Encino (Calif.) Crespi defensive end Matt Jacques, a longtime commit, is also expected in town.
The Ducks don't have a big group of visitors from the West Coast, or overall, but they're still bringing in a couple of national prospects worth watching including Florida running back Charles Nelson and Texas defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao. Meridian (Idaho) Rocky Mountain safety Khalil Oliver is the lone Western prospect visiting.
The Beavers have a slew of JC prospects visiting including Contra Costa (Calif.) College defensive end Rondell McNair and Cerritos (Calif.) College defensive tackle David Moala. Two out-of-state commits will also be in, Bakersfield (Calif.) cornerback Kevin Hayes and Honolulu (Hawaii) Kaiser linebacker Fitou Fisiiahi. Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic fullback Ryan Nall also visits this weekend.
The Bruins just have three visitors, but they're all in the Scout 300. Two of them are commits in Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco defensive end Jacob Tuioti-Mariner and San Mateo (Calif.) Serra defensive end Matt Dickerson. Their lone uncommitted visitor is Bellevue (Wash.) safety Budda Baker, who decommitted from Oregon last week.
The Trojans have an impressive list of visitors, with a pair of uncommitted five-stars coming in. Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco offensive guard Damien Mama and Long Beach (Calif.) Poly safety Juju Smith headline the list. Two four-star commits will be visiting in Ventura (Calif.) St. Bonaventure tight end Bryce Dixon and Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive guard Viane Talamaivao. San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills linebacker Fred Warner, who's a BYU commit, will visit and Los Angeles (Calif.) Verbum Dei defensive end Jabril Frazier is another visitor expected.
The Utes will have three out-of-region visitors in Salt Lake City, two from Florida and one from Louisiana but also will bring in a pair of Californians who were commits to in-state schools before opening it up. Corona (Calif.) Centennial receiver Barry Ware, a onetime UCLA verbal and Vallejo (Calif.) St. Patrick St. Vincent tight end Jalen Canty are both expected in Salt Lake City.
The Huskies had a productive visit weekend last week and would love to keep the train moving. The biggest visitor is Fife (Wash.) two-way lineman Kaleb McGary, the lone four-star visiting. They have four players committed to other schools visiting, Corona (Calif.) Centennial running back Tre Watson (Cal), Falcon (Colo.) running back Kalen Ballage (Arizona State), West Covina (Calif.) cornerback Sidney Jones (Utah) and Bozeman (Mont.) defensive end Will Dissly. Two former San Jose State commits who are now wide open, Orange (Calif.) Lutheran defensive end Aisea Tongilava and Palmdale (Calif.) Highland receiver Jamire Jordan will also be in town. Four Husky commits will also be visiting in Elk Grove (Calif.) Pleasant Grove cornerback Brandon Lewis, Sammamish (Wash.) Eastlake linebacker Drew Lewis and Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) teammates Chase Blakley and Matt James.
Alabama will have the nation's top JC prospect in College of San Mateo (Calif.) five-star offensive tackle Dominick Jackson. Arizona has just one visitor, Bellevue (Wash.) four-star defensive tackle Marcus Griffin, who cancelled a visit to Notre Dame and switched it to Arizona. Army will have three-star commit Isaiah Holland from Highlands Ranch (Colo.) Valor Christian. BYU will bring in JC receiver Devon Blackmon from Riverside (Calif.). Florida will get a trip from Tucson (Ariz.) Sabino lineman Andrew Mike. Nebraska will have West Valley City (Utah) Granger offensive tackle Kenyon Frison, who decommitted from Utah this week, in for a visit. Penn State will have Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame outside linebacker Koa Farmer. Washington State has just one visitor, San Diego (Calif.) Cathedral linebacker Xavier Ulutu.
Tucker to the Farm
The biggest commitment this week came from Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton five-star offensive tackle Casey Tucker, the West's top offensive lineman.
Tucker committed to Stanford on Thursday night, ending his recruitment two weeks after he visited Stanford and was admitted into Stanford.
At one point a commit to USC, Tucker was supposed to visit Arizona State this weekend, but opted to not take the trip and pledged to the Cardinal.
Huskies Stock Up
Washington got seven commitments in the last week, none more notable than San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep four-star quarterback K.J. Carta-Samuels, a longtime commit to Vanderbilt.
The Huskies also added verbals from two former Boise State commits to Chris Petersen, Huntington Beach (Calif.) Edison lineman Jesse Sosebee and La Habra (Calif.) defensive tackle Garth Gaines.
Three other former Pac-12 commitments flipped to the Huskies in American Canyon (Calif.) running back Jomon Dotson (Colorado), Bellevue (Wash.) defensive end Shane Bowman (Oregon State) and La Verne (Calif.) Damien kicker Tristan Vizcaino (Washington State).
Lastly, San Juan Capistrano (Calif.) JSerra receiver Dante Pettis also picked the Huskies and cancelled a visit to Boise State.
Brayden Lenius - WR/TE - West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade - 2014
Despite missing the first few games of the season after moving to Los Angeles from Canada, Lenius still had a big year, helping the Eagles win the CIF State Division II title. He was offered by Boise State this week, Washington is making a move, he visited Washington State last weekend and Minnesota will have him in for a visit this weekend.