2. Oregon: Three-star lineman Jacob Fisher committed early and it was a relatively quiet day in Eugene. Until Thomas flipped from USC. That helped the Ducks forget that they lost out on Delvon Simmons.
3. California: The coaching staff did a phenomenal job signing five outstanding defensive linemen and the defense was bolstered when former Washington commit Kameron Jackson, a three-star cornerback, flipped to Cal.
4. Stanford: It could have been a recruiting meltdown when coach Jim Harbaugh left. But new coach David Shaw locked up many of the former commits and there were no major surprises in Palo Alto.
5. Washington: Four of the top five players in the Washington state rankings signed with the Huskies, a huge positive moving forward. Getting four-star running back Bishop Sankey to switch from Washington State last week was big.
6. Utah: There was not much action for Utah on signing day. There's a chance three-star cornerback Ryan Henderson could switch his decision. Four-star QB Michael Eubank considered the Utes, but stuck with his Arizona State pledge.
7. UCLA: The Bruins got a ray of sunshine on an otherwise dreary recruiting class when four-star defensive tackle Kevin McReynolds committed. Losing three-star offensive tackle Torian White to USC hurt.
8. Arizona: It was a bit surprising that three-star wide receiver Patrick Onwuasor committed to the Wildcats over ASU and Miami. Keeping four-star running back Ka'Deem Carey on board was crucial.
9. Oregon State: Junior college defensive end Rudolf Fifita was a nice late addition, as was Oklahoma athlete d'Vante Henry. The Beavers have a solid class of workhorses mixed with skill players who can make a difference.
10. Arizona State: Keeping four-star QB Michael Eubank in the class was crucial, especially after a string of bad news for the Sun Devils. There is word Utah has signed former ASU commit Quinton Pedroza, a three-star athlete, and that's not what the Sun Devils needed to hear.
11. Colorado: Running back Malcolm Creer committed to the Buffaloes and things are looking up after new coach Jon Embree got three-star defensive end Juda Parker out of Hawaii. Former Washington commit Paulay Asiata, Parker's high school teammate, is also heading to Boulder now.
12. Washington State: Some positive news: Four-star offensive guard Alex Mitchell is supposed to commit to the Cougars next week and three-star tight end Mansel Simmons committed on Wednesday. Some bad news: The Cougars still find themselves on the bottom of the Pac-10 rankings.