A dozen linebackers from the Class of 2014 have confirmed scholarship offers from USC and only one -- D.J. Calhoun of El Cerrito (Calif.) High School -- hails from the West Coast.
At one point last summer, USC had verbal commitments from five defensive line prospects to headline what, at the time, shaped up as the country's top-rated class.
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With USC’s recruitment of cornerback Jalen Ramsey crumbling apart on national signing day and a failed last-minute attempt at flipping local standout Jermaine Kelly, the Trojans limped across the finish line in the 2013 recruiting cycle.
What positions does USC need to focus on in recruiting the 2014 class?Garry PaskwietzCornerback: This might be the biggest need spot for the Trojans and with 20 available scholarships there just might be three corners taken in this class.
WeAreSC recruiting reporter Blair Angulo answers reader questions in his mailbag every Friday. Have a USC recruiting question of your own? Submit it via Twitter @bangulo or @WeAreSCstaff.
With USC’s recruiting class of 2013 now signed, sealed and delivered, here’s a look at where the newest Trojans might potentially fit into the depth-chart in a possible 3-4 look under new defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast.
With signing day 2013 having wrapped up, it's time to turn our attention to 2014 recruits. Here are five in-state players USC will be targeting for next year's class:QB Keller ChrystPalo AltoChryst is the only 2014 signal-caller that USC has offered, so to say he’s coveted by the coaching staff would be an understatement.
While it’s safe to say signing day didn’t quite go as planned for the Trojans on Wednesday, there are still some positives to take away from it all -- most obviously the fact that although small in numbers, USC’s class is filled to the brim with talent.
5:15 p.m. -- Former USC commit Eddie Vanderdoes signed with Notre Dame.4:11 p.m. -- USC sent out a press release announcing its recruiting class. "We could only sign a limited number of players because of our sanctions, so we went after the best of the best," coach Lane Kiffin said in a statement.
Jalen Ramsey wasn't concerned about USC. He simply fell for Florida State.The long-time Trojans commitment donned a Florida State hat and signed with the Seminoles on national signing day during a ceremony at his school.
Give your predictions for where the following recruits will sign on Wednesday:Garry PaskwietzEddie Vanderdoes: UCLAKylie Fitts: UCLATorrodney Pr ...
Where do you think things stand with the following recruits on the USC wish list?Garry PaskwietzEddie Vanderdoes: Alabama will make a big push, but in the end, I think this one comes down to USC or UCLA.
In a topsy-turvy recruiting season that has had Trojans fans teetering on the brink of insanity with the decommitments of one-time USC verbals Eddie Vanderdoes, Max Redfield, Eldridge Massington, Sebastian LaRue and Kylie Fitts -- not to mention the uncertain status of others such as Jalen Ramsey and Torrodney Prevot -- it’s worth taking a quick look back to signing day 2011.
Jalen Ramsey and Max Staver have set their signing times.The two will sign with their respective schools on national signing day, Feb. 6, at 11 a.m. ET at Brentwood (Tenn.