USC added its 11th commitment on Sunday, as the commitment of the No. 59 player in the country, OLB Michael Hutchings, gives the Trojans nine in the ESPN 150.
With Matt Kalil poised to become an early pick in Thursday's NFL draft, he will join a strong USC legacy of offensive tackles in the draft.
A veteran USC defense continued to make strides in the spring, especially in the secondary.
Injuries made it hard to fully evaluate the USC offense during spring ball, but several Trojans showed signs of potential.
Inspired by former USC wide receiver Brandon Carswell, junior De'Von Flournoy is making the most of spring ball, moving up from the bottom of the depth chart.
New USC DB coach Marvin Sanders hasn't wasted any time connecting with his veteran players, using a boisterous personality to win the players over.
Building a defensive tackle rotation with freshmen and sophomores is a big challenge for USC DL coach Ed Orgeron; Marqise Lee, D.J. Morgan offensive bright spots on a day dominated by the D.
Matt Kalil has felt comfortable and prepared for all of the events that lead up to the draft as his older brother has been through it.
USC coach Lane Kiffin was pleased with the team's effort in the first spring practice, which saw rising sophomore George Farmer dazzle at wide receiver.
With postseason now an option and expectations through the roof, the Trojans are trying to maintain the even-handed approach that paid off last season.
John Baxter might not have gotten much acclaim when hired as USC's special teams coach two years ago, but his aggressive approach to special teams and academics has made an impact.
USC's freshmen linebackers were a strength last season. Now sophomores, the sky is the limit for Dion Bailey, Hayes Pullard and Lamar Dawson.
While Matt Barkley and Robert Woods grab the headlines, several under-the-radar Trojans are looking to make a name for themselves in spring practice.
Redshirt freshman Junior Pomee says he has matured and is eager to get his career in Troy started in 2012.
Lane Kiffin gives his views on USC's 2012 recruiting class, the first class affected by NCAA sanctions.
Social media's affect on USC's program is completely generational, as coaches' "old school" approach is counteracted by players embracing the concept.