A look at where USC stands position-by-position in its 2012 recruiting class a week before national signing day.
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.
USC saw all four of its commits ranked in the first installment of the ESPN 150 and is in prime position to pick off a lot more ranked players.
With the spring evaluation period approaching, USC looks to further the momentum it gained with the recent commitments of Chris Hawkins and Max Browne.
USC is in need of running backs for the 2013 class, and top prospect Ty Isaac would fit nicely. The Illinois prospect will visit the Trojans this weekend.
Terrell Newby Jr. is a running back to be aware of as the USC Trojans might look locally for 2013.
An early look at how the scholarships might be distributed by position in USC's 2013 recruiting class.
WeAreSC goes over the top 10 in-state prospects in 2013, as USC looks to re-establish itself among California's elite prospects.
Recruiting misses in the past couple of classes have left the Trojans dangerously thin along the defensive front.
WeAreSC's list of top 10 out-of-state prospects that the Trojans will be pursuing for the Class of 2013.
USC's Junior Day on Sunday was big for QB Max Browne, RB Justin Davis, DE Joe Mathis and CB Johnny Johnson, as each received scholarship offers.
USC gets ready for its junior day on Sunday, as class of 2013 recruits from up and down the coast converge on Los Angeles.