- Johnny Curren, WeAreSC, Reporter
There has been more drama than usual in college football this offseason as several players are looking to either transfer out of their current school or, in the case of a couple of to-be freshmen, be released from a National Letter of Intent. USC has emerged as a very real potential destination for at least two of these players: Texas Tech’s Delvon Simmons and Florida State's Matthew Thomas (who, with the Seminoles apparently hesitant to simply cut him loose, would likely also have to come in as a transfer).
And while USC isn’t a place that has ever had to rely heavily upon players transferring from other programs, the Trojans have certainly benefited from them in the past. Here are 10 players who began their careers at other universities, only to transfer to USC -- either directly or after a quick stop at a junior college -- and make a major impact as Trojans.