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Podcast: Signing Day Eve edition

Garry Paskwietz breaks down where things stand for the Trojans as we head into signing day 2017 Click here to listen to podcast

What to watch for in the Class of 2018

As we finish up the class of 2017, a look ahead to the class of 2018 for the Trojans shows a need at the linebacker spot that matches up with one of the best linebacker classes we’ve seen on the west coast in many years. There are four linebackers from the west coast (3 from California – including USC verbal Raymond Scott, and a 4th from ...

WeAreSC Video: An early look at the Class of 2018

With signing day for the Class of 2017 nearly upon us, here's a glance ahead to some of the top prospects from next year's class to keep close tabs on in the coming months.

Recruiting Talk: 2 Days to Signing Day

Garry Paskwietz and Johnny Curren discuss where things stands for the Trojans with the class of 2017 as signing day quickly approaches, including an update on what took place during the final recruiting weekend.  Garry Paskwietz: We're down to the final few days for this recruiting class so let's get a reset to see where things are for the ...

Signing Day guide

(UPDATED 11:35 Sunday night) Current # of USC class of 2017 commits: 18 (plus one blueshirt for class of 2018) # of available rides: 5 (23 is the projected number of total scholarships based on current information) Class ranking: Rivals #9, ESPN #12, Scout #12, 247 #8 Position breakdown of current commits QB: Jack Sears RB: Stephen ...

IMHO Sunday: Channeling recruiting

Greg Katz – WeAreSC.com In my humble opinion, cardinal and gold thoughts on what I see, what I hear, and what I think. Say what: By the time National Recruiting Signing Day is completed on Wednesday, the USC Trojans are expected to have a top 10 recruiting class, maybe even top 5 if the blue chips fall their way. So, will somebody please ...

O/NSO: The recruiting dominoes are falling edition

By Greg Katz - WeAreSC.com The Obvious: The USC Trojans final recruiting weekend before Wednesday’s National Letter of Intent Day got off to a sizzling start Friday morning, but not by the highly anticipated arrival of the two Los Angeles Hawkins High superstars, athlete Greg Johnson and receiver Joseph Lewis (photo above), but the announce...

Pola-Mao is a Trojan

USC added another verbal commitment to the class of 2017 this morning when safety Isaiah Pola-Mao announced that he would be a Trojan. Pola-Mao (6-4, 190) is the nephew of former Trojan safety Troy Polamalu, and he chose USC over ASU and Washington. He's a member of the ESPN300 and was a consensus four-star recruit. Isaiah is known as a ...

A look at the upcoming recruiting weekend at USC (Jan. 27)

By Johnny Curren With signing day now less than a week away, and USC head coach Clay Helton and his staff with a ton of momentum, the Trojans will host one final set of official visitors this weekend. At this point in time only two recruiting targets are expected to make it on campus, but they just so happen to be two of the most highly ...

WeAreSC Mailbag (1-26 edition)

by Garry Paskwietz In this edition of the mailbag we discuss signing day as a national holiday, progress of the o-line redshirts, replacing Michael Hutchings, the impact of Stevie T, and more: SoCalN8tiv Should NSD be made into an official holiday? I vote yes I would certainly be in favor of it. I can’t imagine how many work hours ...