2022 USC recruiting: Offensive line

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  2. LDIABootney

    LDIABootney Junior Member


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    Offensive line talent in the state of California is no longer king out west.
    At least when it comes to premium talent
    4-5 star talent. If you cut it down to SoCal it's slimmer. Heck even the 3 star talent seems to have slimmed down.
     
  3. Innocent Bystander

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    I wouldn't be surprised if we see some more offers go out in state.

    No season hurt in state recruiting.

    California had 12 I believe in the Rivals Top 250.
    About the same as Louisiana a state with about the same # of people as LA
     
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    There are some big kids up north that I’ve seen just in the past 3 weeks watching club ball. Head out to Atwater, they got a couple tackles that are 6’6”. The sac section has some big poly kids 300 plus plus range that can move. There is a kid at Sheldon high school that is 6’6 plays dend man someone needs to go look at that kid, #42.
     
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    Looks like Kelvin Banks only included one school out of the area and it was Oregon in his Top 8
     

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