Corner Jalen Ramsey and receiver Paul Harris have USC on their minds as they prepare for The Opening this weekend in Oregon.
With Michael Hutchings setting a July 1 date for his college announcement, his visit to USC's Rising Stars Camp June 26-27 looms large.
Commits from 2013 wide receiver Steven Mitchell and 2014 linemen Jordan Poland and Toa Lobendahn marked USC's first camp weekend and also altered the Trojans' recruiting landscape going forward.
The May recruiting period yielded a bonanza for USC, with two top running backs added to an already strong class.
Su'a Cravens' college announcement is a week away and the Trojans look to be in prime position to continue their recruiting momentum with his commitment.
Summer workouts give USC's incoming players a chance to make a case for immediate playing time, with JC transfer safety Gerald Bowman and a pair of Floridians some Trojans to watch.
With Ty Isaac and Justin Davis recently committing to USC, it's natural to take a look back and see how position duos in the past worked out.
After communicating via text, USC Trojans quarterback commit Max Browne and running back commit Justin Davis met for the first time at the Oakland NFTC.
Even with some recent attrition, USC faces more roster juggling to adhere to scholarship limits. DaJohn Harris also makes his move at the Shrine Bowl.
The WeAreSC panel recollects the heartbreaking losses for the Trojans on national signing day.
This week's Roundtable includes West Recruiting Editor Greg Biggins, who discusses the juco signing period and USC's early enrollees.
This week's Roundtable includes West Recruiting Editor Greg Biggins, who discusses the big California prep football storylines of the season with the WeAreSC panel.
They call it their own little frat house. But for a group of locally based young USC players, it's all about fun and winning.
Lane Kiffin has insisted on finding difference-making athletes on the recruiting trail. Marqise Lee and Dion Bailey are examples of the players and production he's looking for.
Trojans get a chance to learn valuable lessons while keeping their undefeated record intact.
John Baxter's unique teaching methods, complete with props such as giant rubber sharks and a football tied to the end of a stick, are working for USC's special teams.