Braxton Myers Decommits From USC

Braxton Myers, a four-star cornerback from Coppell, Texas, has decommitted from USC.

Myers originally committed to USC in May. There has been recent speculation he would switch to Mississippi.

38 thoughts on “Braxton Myers Decommits From USC

      1. Charles,

        if SC beats utah, ugly, and nd, then this will create the idea that SC is physical on the lines. That will start the rebuilding from there. Also, NIL will help. Riley went after special players this year, next year he has to go after the boys that make it work.

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    1. Maybe he read where Jason Mitchell is going to reclassify to the 2023 class. He plays CB and his dad played for USC. He plays for Gardena Serra. USC was his first offer.

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      1. Maybe he read where Jason Mitchell is going to reclassify to the 2023 class. He plays CB and his dad played for USC. He plays for Gardena Serra. USC was his first offer. But at the same time, he knows USC isn’t going anywhere under Lincoln Riley, unless of course, Riley let’s me coach the team. That way everyone will know what a dumb Fuck fanboy ass lick I am.

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      2. What are r u talking about clown ass. He must have read some clippings, I’m from Carson asshole, players from my program went to Serra, I know s lot of parents of some of USC targets so don’t bark up my tree, without fact checking you wouldn’t cuz your confused about your sexual preference you need Jesus JESSIE!!#NeverGiveAMoronAnyReasonToDoubtYourIntelligence

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      1. Right behind that cardinal and gold backdrop NASA was shooting another fake moon landing…
        #ItWaSoObvious

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  1. We have maybe a once in a lifetime quarterback. I know it’s only been one game but Caleb Williams is looking like he may be the best quarterback to ever play at USC. Our chance to win a championship is next year. Riley is going to have to somehow convince some of the best offense of lineman in the country to transfer to USC. freshman five star linemen are going to do us no good next year

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    1. There is an urgency to get good linemen in on the D and a few would not hurt on the O if they want to get an NC for Caleb. Watch some video of Malachi Nelson, I don’t think USC is going to falter at QB when he comes in. He is very similar to Caleb.

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      1. There is an urgency to get me some big D, and I don’t believe it would hurt going in if I use a high quality lubricant.

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  2. How many other players are going to decommit from other teams. By the end of the season there should be many, and even already there are guys going to the portal who are 4 stars. Not a lot yet, but some. So the recruiting circus will continue until December. What is odd is that he was recruited by Donte, our top recruiter.

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    1. How many other players are going to decommit from other teams, probably none. By the end of the season it’s probably just going to be USC players leaving. So the recruiting circus will continue until December., but only with SC. What’s odd is, that I love jerking off to magazines that feature different college football coaches It makes me feel like I would definitely take one for the team doggy style.

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  3. USC has Student Body Right who is now partnering with Opendorse. Opendorse is in the business of hooking up players with endorsement deals. They are not new and have quite a large pro and now college players contracted.

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    1. USC has Student Body Right who is now partnering with my Nutts. My Balls are in the business of hooking up players with endorsement deals that feature my posterior cavity. They are not new and have quite a large pro and now college players contracted, and hopefully they want me, because I definitely want them. Wink Wink 😉

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  4. Not a surprise for Myers, the Serra connection of (Jason Mitchell II ) n Roderick Pleasant. (6.3.5 Mitchell 190 safety) 5-11 180 10.14 4.3 40, are in the mix for Trojans. Mitchell is reclassifying will most likely redshirt, to talented to waste a year as a back up.

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  5. If USC can dominate the whole West Coast recruiting and then add in some top talent from other states, it will work out well. If USC goes 10-2 or better, it will open up some opportunities.

    Oregon isnt going to be a challenge for recruits after that Georgia loss. They are stuck in the Pac-12, which might be dying and the coaching staff is a question mark. I guess it all comes down to whether Uncle Phil just writes million dollar checks. I think at some point that will be a problem and the rules might get tightened up on NIL. Or partially enforced.

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    1. Oregon is living on fumes. It is a third-tier university, they have no post-grad networking outside of the state, the city of Eugene is not a draw, it rains every other day between late October and late May, and Phil Knight is closing in on 85, so the check writing is on its way out.

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      1. Correct, 67. Sports Center did a piece on it last year — apparently Chip’s fumes attach themselves to wood, cement, brick, linen, cotton, rayon, wool and polyester —-
        #ANotedScientistSaid”ItHasSomethingToDoW/Donuts”

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      2. Hold on a minute…

        Per WSJ, U Oregone Eugene ranks about #350 nationally out of 780 US colleges. They are better than 430 other schools!

        USC? #19 with a bullet.

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  6. This idiot posting as tebowobama, FU, impostor, etc. has some serious problems. Anonymity of the Internet emboldens the weak, but this guy is strange. And that doesn’t even begin to address his racist and homophobic comments. He just seems like an angry and lonely person. I really hope he gets whatever help he needs.

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      1. Samuel Jackson to Robert De Niro in Jackie Brown: “What happened to you, man —you used to be beautiful.”

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