- Erik McKinney, ESPN Staff Writer
LOS ANGELES -- The USC Trojans gave a significant nod to their past and present this past weekend, as former standouts such as Tony Boselli, Junior Seau, Anthony Munoz, Ronnie Lott and Marcus Allen were on hand to watch the 2012 spring game featuring a team capable of making a run at the 2012 national championship. But there was also some attention paid to the future, as dozens of recruits were on hand -- few who had a bigger presence than defensive tackle Kenny Bigelow and quarterback David Sills.
The duo -- now suiting up for Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian Academy -- made news when they committed to USC. Sills first pulled the trigger during the summer following his seventh-grade year in 2010. Bigelow followed last fall, shortly after an unofficial visit for USC's season finale against the UCLA Bruins.
Now, despite having to travel across the country, the No. 10 overall player in the ESPN 150 and the standout class of 2015 quarterback feel at home at USC. They made the trip with teammates Khaliel Rodgers and Jahmere Irvin-Sills, and were able to spend three days in Los Angeles, which included visits to USC and UCLA. It was only Bigelow's second visit to the area, but it couldn't have gone much better for the Trojans.