The USC Trojans' No. 1 ranked recruiting class took a hit on Sunday night as Max Redfield (Mission Viejo, Calif./Mission Viejo) announced his decommitment.
His awkward departure from Tennessee hasn't prevented Lane Kiffin from trying to recruit the state, with Memphis offensive lineman Christian Morris being his latest target.
Formerly a skinny kid, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., safety Tahaan Goodman has become a physically imposing, highly sought after prospect.
After an uncharacteristic 8-3 season a year ago, Gardena (Calif.) Serra 2014 recruits Dwight Williams and Adoree' Jackson want to bring the Cavaliers another championship.
Oakley, Calif., wide receiver Darrell Daniels has had increased contact with USC, as has Phoenix offensive lineman Kenny Lacy.
With four commits in the fold, here's a look at where the Trojans will go from here in the 2013 recruiting class.
Lane Kiffin and the USC program added a prize ESPNU 150 Watch List prospect to its class of 2013 Wednesday when Skyline quarterback Max Browne chose the Trojans over Alabama, Oklahoma and Washington.
USC's top out-of-state targets include some West Coast offensive tackles and some athletes who could play multiple spots.
Whether Arik Armstead winds up an OT or a DE he remains the crown jewel of USC's 2012 recruiting class.
Because of his tremendous upside Darreus Rogers is perhaps the most intriguing prospect in the 2012 class.
Skill players take center stage in California's 2013 class, including four quarterbacks.
Much of the Trojans' wish list is made up of prospects that will require, not surprisingly, challenging California.
Jaydon Mickens has big-play ability in a small package, but it remains to be seen if he's a good fit for USC's 2012 recruiting class.