The big shoe finally dropped in recruiting.
Five-star cornerback Domani Jackson of Mater Dei told 247Sports he has decommitted from USC.
“With USC, it’s hard because they don’t have a head coach and likely won’t until early December,” Jackson told 247. “I’m going to be signing during the Early Signing Period so I’ll still have a couple of weeks to get to know the new coach and then figure out the best place for me.
“There are a lot of unknowns with USC right now and I don’t know who is going to be back. I have my same three schools, USC, Alabama and Michigan, that I’ve been focusing on and those are still the three that I’m looking at now.”
This is the result of having no coach and Jackson having a successful visit to Alabama. He is supposed to visit USC this weekend but who is the coach?
Jackson was the jewel of a rapidly deteriorating recruiting class. And Donte Williams couldn’t keep him, at least officially.
I’m sure Luke Fickell/Dave Aranda will be calling Jackson in December.
Respect my decision… pic.twitter.com/37duRIjYOt— domanijackson (@domanijackson1) November 14, 2021