Best of the college football recruiting visits: Pac-12

Pac-12 visits are picking up as the season goes along, and this weekend there were some important prospects on the campus of several conference programs. Here is a look at some of the most important visits through the eyes of recruits on social media:

USC looks to be moving in the right direction under interim head coach Clay Helton. On Saturday night, the USC defensive line did a nice job containing the Arizona running game, and that performance came in front of two important spectators, as ESPN 300 defensive tackles Keyshon Camp and Antwuan Jackson were in attendance. Camp is a USC commitment who the Trojans would love to hang on to during the coaching transition, while Jackson is the nation's No. 24 prospect and a likely battle between Auburn and Ohio State. But USC was looking to get into the mix if it could put together an impressive visit.

Oregon had several official visitors on campus, including committed prospects Troy Dye and Cam McCormick, but the biggest uncommitted target was wide receiver Javon McKinley. One of California's most coveted receivers, McKinley spent his fourth official visit checking out the Ducks, who will have a fight on their hands from Notre Dame in chasing down and trying to sign McKinley.

Washington looked to the future with a number of its visitors, as the Huskies hosted tons of talent from the 2017 and 2018 classes. Among the junior prospects on campus, ESPN Junior 300 wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins walked away with an offer. From the sophomore class, Chase Cota and Brian Hightower are two prospects who will be highly coveted down the road.