USC OL Recruiting Update

Sunday evening’s pledge from offensive tackle Jason Rodriguez should once again show USC fans that there is very little to worry about with head coach Clay Helton and his staff on the recruiting trail.

Navigating Spring Official Visits

Beginning April 1, high school juniors—the 2019 recruiting class—are able to take official visits. Previously, official visits were permissible beginning Sept. 1 of a prospect’s senior season. The visit window runs through June 24 this year—the Sunday before the last Wednesday in June

Scouting the tight ends

One of the few holes in the USC class of 2018 recruiting class was the absence of a tight end. There was a verbal commit at one point in Camren McDonald but once that pledge went away there didn’t seem to a whole lot of hurrying to fill a body at the position.

Where’s the Beef? Wait till next year

There was a lot of celebrating for the Trojans in the class of 2017 when Clay Helton signed five players on each side of the line, and it turned out to be a high quality group that should form a strong foundation in the trenches in the coming years

Recruiting Notebook: Class of 2019 early thoughts

Now that the national all-star games are done, and with only a few remaining spots for the Trojans to fill for the class of 2018, we will use this notebook to give an overview of our thoughts on some of the top prospects we’re looking forward to seeing for the class of 2019.

Recruiting Notebook (1-16 edition)

The final stretch run for the 2018 signing day began this weekend as the Trojans hosted multiple top prospects on the wish list, including a pair of cornerbacks in Olaijah Griffin and Isaac Taylor-Stuart, as well as wide receiver Devon Williams.