Another Pac-12 Offer For USC Recruit

Cornerback Trey Davis, who committed to USC this week, picked up a scholarship offer from Washington State. So Davis has offers from USC, Washington State, Portland State and Sacramento State. Why hasn’t Washington offered Davis? He is from Federal Way, which is 24 miles from Seattle. Chris Petersen is not a dummy. But maybe the Huskies will offer Davis eventually. The lickspittle USC recruiting media … Continue reading Another Pac-12 Offer For USC Recruit

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USC Following Its Own Path In Recruiting

Cornerback Trey Davis of Federal Way, Wash., is expected to commit to USC tomorrow. Here is the interesting part: His other offers are from Portland State and Sacramento State. Maybe USC saw Davis before other Division I schools and is getting a hidden gem. There is no rule that a player needs four stars to be recruited. But to repeat what I said this morning, … Continue reading USC Following Its Own Path In Recruiting

Saturday Buzz: Two Quarterbacks That Could Have Gone To USC

I realize JT Daniels is supposed to be the best QB who ever played. But I think it is worth noting today that the younger brother of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa committed to the Crimson Tide. So Alabama will have Tua and Taulia Tagovailoa at quarterback in 2019. Why does it matter to USC? Because Tua and his father used to walk around in USC … Continue reading Saturday Buzz: Two Quarterbacks That Could Have Gone To USC

A USC Recruiting Update

Last month, Calabasas wide receiver Mycah Pittman announced his top 10 schools and USC was not listed. This seemed strange given that he is the younger brother of USC wide receiver Michael Pittman. I’ve now heard Mycah Pittman’s biggest reason for not listing USC is concern over the Trojans’ depth at wide receiver. This is valid even though receiver Joseph Lewis appears to be history. … Continue reading A USC Recruiting Update

Wide Receiver Mycah Pittman Does Not List USC Among Top 10 Schools

Wide receiver Mycah Pittman of Calabasas, the younger brother of USC wide receiver Michael Pittman, did not list USC among his top 10 schools. Pittman listed Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, UCLA and Washington State. Maybe Pittman thinks USC has too many receivers. Or maybe he is disenchanted with USC after talking to his brother. Or maybe his father is … Continue reading Wide Receiver Mycah Pittman Does Not List USC Among Top 10 Schools