Trojans' 2010 class caught in transition 

May, 7, 2013
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As the Trojans continue to hit the spring recruiting trail, we take a look back at Lane Kiffin's first recruiting class as head coach at USC, the Class of 2010. It was a class whose foundation was built by Pete Carroll but had to be salvaged by Kiffin, Ed Orgeron and others after Carroll left for the Seattle Seahawks only a few weeks before signing day.

Given those circumstances, it's not surprising to see both solid contributors and players who simply never found their way at USC. There were 19 players signed -- 10 of whom were in the ESPN 150 -- with wide receiver Robert Woods the highest ranked of the group and the No. 1 receiver.

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