USC has its sights set on local tight end Tyler Luatua. If Luatua stays home, he'd be the latest in long line of Trojans greats at that position.
Not only does USC provide its players with opportunities to compete at the highest level on the field, but it also has helped several former Trojans players get into the sports media industry.
A quiet, serene offseason just got complicated for USC football coach Lane Kiffin, who saw assistant coaches Joe Barry and Ted Gilmore leave for the NFL during the past week.
While Colorado wants to recruit in USC's backyard, the Trojans have gotten their fair share of stars from the Rocky Mountain State.