USC offering a scholarship to Tee Martin’s son, Kaden, who is entering ninth grade, reminded me of a few other cases.
Quarterback David Sills (pictured) committed to USC as a seventh grader and then was nudged aside and is now a wide receiver at West Virginia.
USC offered Nathan Tilford as an eighth grader. He is playing running back at Arizona.
Quarterback Tate Martell committed to Washington entered eighth grade and then committed to Texas A&M before signing with Ohio State.
What happens today doesn’t usually matter much in four or five years. Will Tee Martin be at USC in four years? Will Clay Helton? Will Lynn Swann? Will Max Nikias? Oh wait.