USC's recruiting class certainly took some hits on signing day, but let's not lose sight of the players who did elect to become Trojans.
Introducing the 2013 Ohio State Buckeyes recruiting class, which finished third in the ESPN class rankings.
A look at how USC's recruiting class, from early enrollees to uncommitted prospects, might fit on the Trojans.
With several USC recruits and targets having gone quiet before signing day, it's hard to tell if that's a good or bad sign for the Trojans.
A look at each player in USC's 2013 recruiting class.
This week's DawgNation Roundtable asks: Where is Malcolm Mitchell more likely to excel: Defense or offense?
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.
In this week's DawgNation Roundtable, the staff -- with a little help from an Insider member of DawgNation -- reveals individual thoughts about Malcolm Mitchell's position switch from receiver to cornerback.
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.
Despite their differences, LSU and Georgia are picking up yardage and scoring at similar paces. A closer look at the offense's position groups.
Fans ask whether Mark Richt knew youngsters would be WR stars, where the win over UF ranks among favorite moments, and how sure UGA is that it could win the SEC title.
When Malcolm Mitchell returned to practice this week following a three-game absence caused by a hamstring injury, he reminded everyone what he brings to Georgia's aerial attack.
Wide receiver was a concern for Georgia after losing A.J. Green and Kris Durham to the NFL. But several young players, including some freshmen, have stepped forward.
Injuries have sidelined several Georgia receivers, but the players stepping in don't expect a drop-off.