Pac-12 Early Signing Period: Oregon, Stanford lead the pack


As outlined below, is the headliner of Stanford’s early period haul. One of the most versatile prospects in this class, the 6-foot-7 Ingram selected the Cardinal over Michigan, North Carolina, Harvard, Purdue and others. Ingram is the second-highest rated recruit in program history behind , who is currently on the Stanford roster. (Rivals.com)

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Pac-12 Early Signing Period: Oregon, Stanford lead the pack


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