USC Batted .500 On Silent Commits Because They Were Never Solid

All right, let’s find those four silent commits Mike Bohn identified (against NCAA rules): There was Tuli Tuipulotu, the younger brother of a player and a three star. There was Dwight McGlothern, who backed off as soon as other schools, notably LSU, wanted him. I question if his silent commitment was ever that solid. He scheduled two official visits after he was supposed to announce … Continue reading USC Batted .500 On Silent Commits Because They Were Never Solid

USC Adds A Three-Star Lineman

Courtland Ford, a three-star offensive lineman from Cedar Hill, Texas, committed to USC. I told you Clay Helton was dropping recruits and this is one of the reasons why. Ford is still a three-star, however, so if Mike Bohn wants to crow about this, he can remember he is not at Cincinnati or Colorado anymore. This is going to be the most-spinned recruiting class ever … Continue reading USC Adds A Three-Star Lineman

Let’s Check In On USC Recruiting

Five-star tailback Kendall Milton of Clovis, Calif., committed to Georgia tonight. Five months ago, USC’s 2020 recruiting class was ranked No. 33 by Rivals and No. 31 by 247. After a flurry of mostly offensive line commitments during the summer, the Trojans’ 2020 recruiting class is ranked No. 64 by Rivals and No. 66 by 247. There is still plenty of time to turn it … Continue reading Let’s Check In On USC Recruiting

Let’s Look At USC 2020 Class Another Way

USC’s 2020 recruiting class is currently ranked No. 60 nationally by Rivals. But maybe it is fairer to look at the average star rating for the class. USC’s is exactly 3.0. Other schools with a 3.0 star rating are Virginia, Boston College, Cal (Cal!!), Iowa, Georgia Tech and North Carolina. The current No. 1 class, Clemson, is 4.11. No. 2 LSU is 3.9. Remember USC’s … Continue reading Let’s Look At USC 2020 Class Another Way