Nothing like a post-midnight commitment. That’s what USC got Saturday night when three-star offensive tackle Joey Wright of Reno, Nevada, said he would play for the Trojans. Wright, a Class of 2020 prospect, had nine offers besides USC: Arizona, Arizona, Eastern Michigan, Fresno State, Nebraska, Nevada, San Diego State, Utah State and Washington State. He is 6-foot-7, 280 pounds. Continue reading Sunday Buzz: Lineman Commits To USC
Three-star prospect Velltry Jefferson, a 6-4 wide receiver-tight end from Edison High School in Fresno, was offered a scholarship today at the USC Elite Camp . . . and immediately committed. Jefferson’s only other offer was from Nevada. He is USC’s third commitment joining outside linebacker Ma’a Gaoteote and defensive tackle Jay Toia. Continue reading USC Lands 2021 Commitment
USC made the top five for three-star tailback Jojuan Collins of Narbonne. The fact it is even worth mentioning that USC made the top five for a tailback from Narbonne tells you something about USC’s recruiting right now. Thank you 🤘🏾💙💯🐺🥀 pic.twitter.com/EzngJfNt1X — Jojuan Collins (@jayshaka24_) May 29, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Continue reading USC Recruiting Tidbit
Jack Yary, a three-star tight end from Murrieta Valley, will announce his college choice tomorrow at 7 p.m. Yary is the son of former USC legend Ron Yary so does Clay Helton really get any credit on this one? I don’t think so because Yary would go to USC whether Helton was there or not. Continue reading Ron Yary’s Son Commits Tomorrow
USC sent two coaches to Scottsdale, Ariz., a couple weeks ago to watch five-star cornerback Kelee Ringo and four-star cornerback Jacobe Covington. Well, Covington just released his top 8 schools. Someone seems to be missing. Maybe USC only wants Ringo. That must be it. I got a text from a Pac-12 coach: “Unbelievable.” The marathon continues …#Top8 pic.twitter.com/yamHSVgYd7 — Jacobe (@jacobecovington) May 24, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Continue reading And In Recruiting News . . .
Right now, 11 of the top 23 prospects in Rivals’s best 100 list have committed to out-of-state schools. Rivals analyst Mike Farrell was asked if social media played a role? “Is it the reason so many kids are leaving the state now? I don’t think so, not for 2020, because there are other circumstances like USC recruiting horribly and teams like LSU stepping up their … Continue reading USC Sunday Buzz: More On Recruiting Trend