Jack Yary Commits To USC (Again)

This was fully expected but tight end Jack Yary committed to USC tonight for the second time.

Why? Because USC has been his dream school since he was a young child and his father is legendary offensive lineman Ron Yary.

The pull to go to USC is so strong Yary did not care that USC has five tight ends returning or that Graham Harrell doesn’t like to throw to the tight end.

The question is who else will USC sign Wednesday? Quarterback Blake Shapen committed to Baylor. Who is the recruiting coordinator? Who is even on staff that was around in the fall? No one.

8 thoughts on “Jack Yary Commits To USC (Again)

  1. A legitimate question who is responsible for recruiting? Oh wait wasn’t he let go during the Superbowl? It seems nobody has been recruiting for most of the year. With all the Texas coaches of late who’s covering California?

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    1. It still does IF there is a competent coach.
      Clay fooled himself into thinking he is such a great recruiter until he realized that his record didn’t backup his BS. Once exposed, he’s done like diner.
      The man has no shame or honor, notwithstanding his self-proclaimed buy-in into “Faith, Family & Football” where he has failed in all three.
      If he truly loves his players and this school, he would do what is best for them and resign as he is incapable of developing them as individuals or as a group into a national championship contender.

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  2. Sorry. This post is about Kobe.
    Really can’t make this stuff up but the
    Lakers had a 24.2 second moment of silence
    before the game; 24 for Kobe, 2 for his daughter.
    Add 2+4+2 = 8
    Seriously!

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  3. Best of luck to Mr. Yary.
    Hopefully he’ll weather the storm this next year and get some competent coaches that run a balanced Offense that includes TE’s.
    I played with his Dad on the 1967 National Championship team!
    Up against him in Spring Camp and during the season 1967. I was the Strong LB and Ron, the OT. A big man among Boys!

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  4. Best of luck to Mr. Yary.
    Hopefully he’ll weather the storm this next year and get some competent coaches that run a balanced Offense that includes TE’s.
    I played with his Dad on the 1967 National Championship team!
    Up against him in Spring Camp and during the season 1967. I was the Strong LB and Ron, the OT. A big man among Boys!

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