USC's most important targets No. 6-10 

December, 28, 2011
10. WR Nelson Agholor (Tampa, Fla./Berkeley Prep) -- A dynamic two-way player will likely begin his career as a wide receiver. He drops on this list because he doesn't play a position of huge need in this class and he won't end up in the Pac-12 if he doesn't sign with USC. He remains on the list because he is a potential game-changer and the Trojans could be forced to face him every year, as Notre Dame is high on his list.

9. ATH Davonte Neal (Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparral) -- Another two-way standout, Neal would give the Trojans a big-time cornerback and outstanding special teams returner in this class. Cornerback is definitely a need position, but if the Trojans miss on Neal, he could very well be headed out of the conference.

8. DT Aziz Shittu (Atwater, Calif./Buhach Colony) -- The USC coaches would like to add a couple of defensive tackles in this class, and Shittu has been a target for some time now. He is athletic enough to play any of the four positions along the line and would give USC tremendous flexibility in working with a depleted roster. On top of that, grabbing Shittu would keep him away from Pac-12 competition in Stanford, California and UCLA.