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.
The Newhall (Calif.) Hart 2015 combination of quarterback Brady White and wide receiver Trenton Irwin sizzled for B2G Scorch in 7-on-7 play this past weekend.
Auburn, Calif., defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes feels as if he's close to a USC offer while the USC coaches aggressively get going during the Spring Evaluation Period.
Drew Wolitarsky is on pace to break former USC WR Steve Smith's California high school career receiving records. But despite that, he still doesn't have an offer. Also updates on Marcus Baugh and the Rancho Cucamonga DB duo.
Bigger than his peers growing up, Upland, Calif., DE Joe Mathis learned on the fly against older kids, something that has helped him become a national recruit.
A growth spurt heading into high school made Stockton, Calif., prospect Justin Davis a running back, a move that has him among the top recruits in California.
Former USC standouts Chris Claiborne and Lonnie Ford have formed their own company in Southern California's Inland Empire in the quest to prepare high school players for college.
Lane Kiffin gives his views on USC's 2012 recruiting class, the first class affected by NCAA sanctions.
Su'a Cravens backed up his stature as the top California junior with a dominating run in the CIF playoffs.
With the January all-star games approaching, WeAreSC provides Trojans fans with a guide to who and what to look out for.
Offensive linemen will be the main focus in the CIF-SS Pac-5 championship game, as USC commit Max Tuerk's Santa Margarita team faces USC target Kyle Murphy's San Clemente squad.
Kenny Bigelow, a junior defensive tackle that committed to USC last week, and freshman quarterback commit David Sills V lead a cohesive six-pack of elite prospects at Bear (Del.) Red Lion Academy.
USC targets Arik Armstead and Kevon Seymour visiting Oregon for USC-Oregon game while Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick considers visits.
The regular season might be over, but most of USC's verbal commits will be playing in playoff games this weekend.
USC gets a surprise visit from Tempe, Ariz., offensive lineman Andrus Peat; USC and Washington fighting for several recruits going into their game Saturday.
Several Pac-12 North teams are primed for big recruiting finishes, as Stanford, Cal, Oregon and Washington are in on many top prospects.