Usually, a recruit’s stock rises after they commit to USC. But four-star wide receiver Koy Moore saw his stock rise today, which is after he decommitted from the Trojans. Rivals has said he is now the No. 1-ranked player in the state of Louisiana although if you look at the actual rankings, he is No. 6. Moore was offered by the University of Miami and … Continue reading A Former USC Commitment Rises In Rankings
I spoke to some NFL players today who had a similar reaction about USC? “Things have really gotten bad over there.” And what was there reason? “The coaching.” Word travels fast. Just like recruits hear from USC players how dysfunctional the program is, NFL players hear from USC players. Continue reading NFL Players Know What’s Going On
USC has hired Kelsea Winkle as its on-campus director of recruitment. She comes from Colorado State, where she was intern and then eventually became director of recruiting at the Fort Collins, Colo., university. Winkle replaces Alex Rios, who departed in September. If you want to be entertained, check out how some of the USC recruiting sites are treating this like it’s major news. This is … Continue reading USC Makes A Staff Hire
As I have noted, two of the top six players in the nation from the Class of 2020 are from Southern California and are currently not going to go to USC. Neither is the five-star receiver from Calabasas. But maybe USC can make Hawaii a recruiting fortress. Defensive end Maceal Afaese of Kapolei, Hawaii, visited USC over the weekend. It’s early so his only offers … Continue reading USC Morning Buzz: If You Can’t Recruit Southern California . . .
In honor of Presidents’ Day, here are pictures of Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy visiting USC before the 1960 election. Continue reading USC Pictures Of The Night
Former USC offensive tackle E.J. Price, who started 10 games at Kentucky last season, has left the program to “pursue other opportunities,” according to a school spokesperson. Price famously got suspended at USC after a game because he got in an argument with Clay Helton’s secretary. Some observers believed Price was in the right and didn’t start the argument but he never returned from the … Continue reading E.J. Price Leaves Kentucky