Pac-12 Hits DFW Hard

2015 CB Darrell Miller

Pac-12 Conference schools are busy offering Texas talent. The West Coast offers have almost reached double-digits this week in DFW, and recaps them right here.

Six different Pac-12 Conference football programs have issued offers in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex since Monday, including two that have sent out a combined five offers: Utah and Colorado.

Utah, which has extended three offers so far this week, is hitting the region's cornerback market hard. The Utes gave Tuesday offers to a pair of West Mesquite corners -- 2015 prospect Josh Butler and 2016 prospect Bailey Phillips -- as well as a Wednesday offer to Cedar Hill 2015 recruit Darrell Miller.

Colorado, which has been very active in the region for a couple of weeks, has offered two players since Monday as of Thursday afternoon, both among the state's top offensive weapons: McKinney North 2015 running back Ronald Jones, one of the nation's hottest recruits right now, and Aledo 2015 receiver Ryan Newsome.

Both of those offers came Wednesday, when Jones picked up three offers total, two of which were from the Pac-12 thanks to Colorado and USC. The Trojans join Oregon State, Cal, and Arizona State as Pac-12 programs that have issued one offer in DFW so far this week.

Jones also garnered the Arizona State and USC offers, but the Cal offer went to Dallas South Oak Cliff 2015 safety Prentice McKinney, while Dallas Bishop Dunne 2015 receiver Adrian Miller got the Oregon State offer.

Outside of the Pac-12, three schools have offered two offers apiece as of Thursday afternoon: Arkansas, Auburn, and Nebraska. Out-of-state schools have really hit the state of Texas hard in the last couple of weeks. Recommended Stories


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