Cornerback Trey Davis of Federal Way, Wash., is expected to commit to USC tomorrow.
Here is the interesting part: His other offers are from Portland State and Sacramento State.
Maybe USC saw Davis before other Division I schools and is getting a hidden gem. There is no rule that a player needs four stars to be recruited.
But to repeat what I said this morning, if USC offers an unheralded recruit, then it needs to honor the commitment.
It cannot simply take a prospect in May and drop him in December. There is way too much of that. You want examples? How about cornerback Marcus Johnson, who “decommitted” in January? Or wide receiver Andre Hunt, who “decommitted” in December? Remember safety C.J. Miller, who decommitted in 2017? Or wide receiver Melquise Stovall, who is now at Cal?
These are just off the top of my head. There are quite a few more. And it gets tiresome when it keeps happening.
UPDATED: Davis committed Thursday night. The USC internet sites are thrilled. So let’s hope USC honors the commitment.