USC received a commitment Tuesday night from offensive tackle Keith Olson of Napavine, Wash.
Olson is a three-star recruit who had six total offers per 247Sports and was believed to favor Oregon State before USC snagged him.
Let’s remember a few days ago, Oregon got a commitment from Kelvin Banks, the No. 2-rated offensive tackle in the nation and a five-star prospect.
And let’s note that Napavine is about 100 miles from Seattle but the University of Washington did not offer Olson. I would say this looks like the type of move USC offensive line coach Clay McGuire would have made at Washington State. But the Cougars didn’t offer Olson either.
Maybe USC knows more than anyone else in this case.
But didn’t USC just bring in some elite offensive line prospects in June for highly publicized visits? So why is the first lineman to commit a three star?
I don’t get it. As usual, I’ll be the only one to say it too.