The Pac-12 Conference secures commitments later in the calendar than most of the other Power 5 conference programs.
But there were still several major additions across the conference in the month of May.
SBLive Director of Recruiting Andrew Nemec took a look at the conference’s top 10 traditional recruiting additions in the class of 2023 during the past month.
Of note, USC’s transfer commitment from Pittsburgh wide receiver Jordan Addison is not part of this list, but would clearly be the conference’s top overall addition of the month.
Another intriguing addition that didn’t make this list is Washington’s class of 2025 commitment from Lamason Waller, who chose the Huskies over offers from Florida State, Georgia, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas A&M and others.
Here’s the conference’s top 10 class of 2023 commitments in May:
Teams with no commitments in May (date of most recent 2023 pledge): Arizona (April 18); Arizona State (April 23); California (February 4); Colorado (April 20); Oregon State (November 26); Utah (April 25); Washington State (April 27)
10. 3-star safety Ty Lee to UCLA Bruins (Commitment date: May 8)
One of three UCLA pledges to make the list, St. John Bosco three-star safety chose UCLA over offers from Arizona State, California, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Oregon State, USC and others.
Perhaps equally important, UCLA secured a commitment from in-state powerhouse program St. John Bosco.
The Bruins had a great month of May with in-state recruits, a trend that could be huge if it continues throughout the 2023 recruiting cycle.
Lee is rated the nation’s No. 39 safety
There aren't many elite running backs on the West Coast in the 2023 recruiting cycle - and the top two are off the board (Jayden Limar to Notre Dame; Roderick Robinson II to UCLA).
So, Pac-12 programs in need of a ball-carrier or two may need to look eastward, which makes for a more difficult recruitment.
That didn't slow Dan Lanning and his coaching staff.
Despite significant rumblings that Mississippi bluechip running back Dante Dowdell was planing to stay local with Ole Miss, he picked the Ducks.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound bruiser is rated the nation's No. 20 running back.
In terms of pure rating, Decambra should actually be higher on this list, but a couple of other Pac-12 programs landed "must have" guys on their boards.
The Bishop Gorman defensive back is rated the nation's No. 17 safety and is Oregon's first pledge from the powerhouse program in more than three years.
If Decambra's commitment is the start of a pipeline to the school, that would be massive for the Ducks.
Either way, Decambra is one of the top safety pledges in the conference - and is likely to remain so until Signing Day.
He chose Oregon over offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and others.
7. 4-star safety Jshawn Frausto-Ramos to Stanford Cardinal (Commitment date: May 30)
Rated the nation's No. 25 cornerback, St. John Bosco's Jshawn Frausto-Ramos chose Stanford over offers from Arizona, Arizona State, California, Louisville, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Oregon, USC and others.
An argument could be made that Frausto-Ramos should be higher on this list given his importance to Stanford's recruiting efforts and the growing value of high-end defensive backs.
In terms of important recruiting addition, Lincoln High School's Roderick Robinson II to UCLA checks a lot of boxes.
He's a key in-state addition for the Bruins. Chip Kelly is a star-maker at running back. The West doesn't have many high-caliber backs this year, so they are scarce. UCLA has struggled with in-state recruiting and Robinson represents progress.
All of that makes UCLA's addition of Robinson a major "get" in the 2023 recruiting cycle.
The bruising 6-foot-1, 230-pound ball-carrier is rated the nation's No. 16 running back and chose the Bruins over offers from Arizona, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Oregon, Stanford and others.
In terms of purely his national ranking, Robinson would slide in around No. 8 on this list, but there's just too much significance in his choice not to bump him up a few spots.
The first new bluechip of the Kalen DeBoer era, Pittsburg wide receiver Rashid Williams looked to be in store for a long recruitment.
But after visiting Washington, he quickly announced a decision date and shut things down.
That's a great sign for the Huskies new staff.
Williams is rated the nation's No. 27 wide receiver and held offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Miami (Fla.), Ole Miss, Oregon, Stanford, Utah and others.
Oregon added two players on this list to its receiving corps - more on that later.
Previously an Oklahoma pledge, Texas four-star wide receiver Ashton Cozart stripped any mention of the Sooners the same week he visited Oregon - and the writing was on the wall.
The 6-foot-4, 181-pound pass-catcher has an incredibly high ceiling, but quite a bit of development to do before he reaches those lofty heights.
Cozart, the nation's No. 19 wide receiver, committed to Oregon over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Penn State, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M and others.
UCLA's third member of this list is Mater Dei Catholic linebacker Tre Edwards, the nation's No. 6 inside 'backer.
One of the program's top commitments in the past several years, Edwards is the latest evidence that the recruiting effort might be getting better for the Bruins.
He committed to UCLA over offers from Arizona, Notre Dame, Oregon, Texas A&M, USC and others.
Edwards is rated the nation's No. 195 overall prospect.
Texas four-star defensive back Braxton Myers is rated as the nation's No. 6 safety in the 247Sports composite rankings, but was recruited by USC to play outside cornerback.
Myers held offers from more than 30 college programs, including Clemson, Florida State, LSU, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Texas and many others.
In truth, the battle for the top spot wasn't particularly close.
The composite ranking for Valley Christian wide receiver Jurrion Dickey is the nation's No. 128 overall prospect, while 247Sports lists him at No. 59.
By Signing Day, the 6-foot-2, 210-pound pass-catcher could be significantly higher on both of those lists.
Dickey has a chance to be "Sunday Special" and is the latest in Oregon's sudden trend of landing big-time pass-catchers, a group that includes Troy Franklin, Dont'e Thornton Jr., Kris Hutson and Ashton Cozart.
Dickey committed to Oregon over offers from Arkansas, Miami (Fla.), Michigan State, Penn State, UCLA, USC, Washington, Wisconsin and many others.
Had he remained uncommitted, it's likely the California product would've added another 10-15 offers to his list.