Best of the college football recruiting visits: Pac-12

There were no shortage of Pac-12 visitors this weekend, as rivalry games dotted the landscape in the Bay Area and the desert, while games that impacted the conference race in Eugene and Salt Lake City also had a number of recruits on hand. Here is a look at the Pac-12 weekend through the eyes of prospects on social media:

Stanford clinched the Pac-12 North with a Big Game victory against Cal and a number of Cardinal commits and targets were on hand. ESPN 300 offensive tackle Clark Yarbrough, ESPN 300 tight end Kaden Smith, running back Beau Bisharat and fullback Bailey McElwain all made sure to spend time with three-star wide receiver Donald Stewart -- one of the top Stanford targets at the position.

Oregon had a number of important official visitors on hand, including ESPN 300 wide receiver Dylan Crawford, defensive end Connor Murphy and coveted junior college offensive lineman Garett Bolles. But local 2017 athlete Malik Thirdgill offered a perspective of what recruits can encounter on a trip to Autzen Stadium.

Arizona State loaded up its official visitor list with three important local prospects, including committed recruits N'Keal Harry and Chase Lucas, as well as the top remaining local target on the board, ESPN 300 cornerback Byron Murphy.

The Sun Devils also had high three-star safety Chris Brown on hand, and the Texas native made sure to spend time with Arizona State QB Mike Bercovici after the game.

Utah hosted several official visitors, including USC commit and ESPN 300 offensive lineman Frank Martin, as well as offensive lineman Alex Akingbulu and Utes commit Davir Hamilton, who provided a look at the visitors as well as his future teammates.