USC Trojans: taj williams

USC movement in ESPN rankings

July, 12, 2012
The updated ESPN 150 and ESPN 300 rankings are out and here are the adjustments for USC recruits:

Kenny Bigelow: Stayed at No. 9

Su'a Cravens: Moved up to No. 12 from No. 14

Max Browne: Moved down to No. 18 from No. 12

Eddie Vanderdoes: Moved up to No. 35 from No. 57

Max Redfield: Stayed at No. 37

Laquon Treadwell: Stayed at No. 38

Leon McQuay III: Moved down to No. 40 from No. 39

Michael Hutchings: Moved up to No. 55 from No. 59

Jalen Ramsey: Moved up to No. 57 from No. 129

Priest Willis: Moved up to No. 59 from No. 61

Ty Isaac: Stayed at No. 70

Chris Hawkins: Moved down to No. 72 from No. 71

Kylie Fitts: Moved up to No. 86 from No. 87

Tahaan Goodman: Moved down to No. 96 from No. 95

Steven Mitchell: Moved up to No. 117 from No. 142

Sebastian LaRue: Stayed at No. 150

Eldridge Massington: Stayed at No. 165

Justin Davis: Moved down to No. 181 from No. 178

Taj Williams: Moved down to No. 214 from No. 208

Nico Falah: Moved up to No. 215 from No. 289

Joe Mathis: Moved down to No. 245 from No. 238

Tyree Robinson: Moved down to No. 269 from No. 263

Jason Hatcher: Moved down to No. 287 from No. 283

The Trojans moved to No. 2 overall in the updated ESPN class rankings.

WeAreSC Mailbag 

April, 13, 2012
Joe MathisChantel Jennings/ESPN.comA dynamite trip to Michigan might have USC fans worried about Upland, Calif., defensive end Joe Mathis, but there is plenty of time for the Trojans in his recruitment.

WeAreSC recruiting editor Erik McKinney answers reader questions in his mailbag every Friday. Have a USC recruiting question of your own? Submit it here.

Drew (Monterey, Calif.): Why has USC not offered a scholarship to Eddie Vanderdoes? With the need for four DL recruits from this class, he seems like a natural fit with the size to play multiple positions.

USC offers ATH Taj Williams 

February, 6, 2012
Southern Cal has successfully recruited three top prospects out of Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln over the past five years. Lane Kiffin and staff are hoping to make it four in six after offering 6-foot-3, 180-pound athlete Taj Williams, according to Lincoln head coach Yusuf Shakir.

The rising senior has played both wide receiver and cornerback for Lincoln since his freshman year while making major contributions on special teams.

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