Despite a trio of commits from top 2014 offensive linemen, the Trojans have their eyes on three more elite players in the trenches.
An easy victory gave USC Trojans coach Lane Kiffin a chance to empty the benches early against Hawaii, giving first-year players some valuable experience.
CB Johnny Johnson, who claims offers from USC, Oklahoma and Notre Dame, among others, is rounding back into form after a shoulder injury.
With four commits in the fold, here's a look at where the Trojans will go from here in the 2013 recruiting class.
With the spring evaluation period approaching, USC looks to further the momentum it gained with the recent commitments of Chris Hawkins and Max Browne.
Sunday's Los Angeles Nike Camp will be one to watch for USC fans, as several Trojans offers will be competing, with one, CB Chris Hawkins, announcing his college choice.
After redshirting last season, Greg Townsend Jr., the son of former Raiders all-Pro defensive end Greg Townsend, is adjusting to being moved to defensive tackle.
Terrell Newby Jr. is a running back to be aware of as the USC Trojans might look locally for 2013.
WeAreSC goes over the top 10 in-state prospects in 2013, as USC looks to re-establish itself among California's elite prospects.
There's no rest for the weary, as the USC coaching staff rolls onto the 2013 class. This is what, and who, it'll be looking for.
A look at where USC stands position-by-position in its 2012 recruiting class a week before national signing day.
With the January all-star games approaching, WeAreSC provides Trojans fans with a guide to who and what to look out for.
Even with 2012 recruiting heating up, it's never too early to look ahead to the class of 2013. Erik McKinney provides a California junior cheat sheet.
Garry Paskwietz takes a stab at the depth chart going into spring -- assuming none of the top juniors go pro of course.