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.
With postseason now an option and expectations through the roof, the Trojans are trying to maintain the even-handed approach that paid off last season.
An early look at how the scholarships might be distributed by position in USC's 2013 recruiting class.
USC's freshmen linebackers were a strength last season. Now sophomores, the sky is the limit for Dion Bailey, Hayes Pullard and Lamar Dawson.
While Matt Barkley and Robert Woods grab the headlines, several under-the-radar Trojans are looking to make a name for themselves in spring practice.
WeAreSC's list of top 10 out-of-state prospects that the Trojans will be pursuing for the Class of 2013.
USC gets ready for its junior day on Sunday, as class of 2013 recruits from up and down the coast converge on Los Angeles.
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.
With big official visit weekends on deck and roster spots that need to be cleared in order to comply with NCAA sanctions, it's a tricky time for Trojans coaches.
Sophomore Robert Woods and freshman Marqise Lee rank as perhaps the best wide receiver duo in USC history. The records they set certainly would back that up.
After costing USC with three personal fouls last week, Trojans safety T.J. McDonald grabs two big early interceptions.
Thought to be a future DB prospect, Marqise Lee is standing out in competition for starting WR spot alongside Robert Woods.