Sunday's NFTC at Redondo Union High School attracted some of the best football players in the west, many of whom are high on USC's prospect lists.
A look at how USC's recruiting class, from early enrollees to uncommitted prospects, might fit on the Trojans.
With seven incoming freshman already on campus for the spring semester, USC has a nice head start in integrating its 2013 recuriting class into the fold.
The Trojans started the season with the highest of hopes and expectations, but 2012 turned into a dismal season.
Each new year is a reflection of hope and resolutions, and here are some Cardinal and Gold resolutions that might be appropriate for the coming year.
With the Sun Bowl on the horizon, Lane Kiffin is about to join a long list of coaches who led USC to bowl games. Not all of them are remembered fondly for their bowl performances.
In a battle of USC recruits, Su'a Cravens' Vista Murrieta squad shut down Chris Hawkins' Rancho Cucamonga team, 34-0.
USC CB recruit Jalen Ramsey took a trip to Los Angeles to watch the Trojans play Notre Dame while also checking out a big playoff game between two fellow USC pledges.
DL Kenny Bigelow and OL Khaliel Rodgers saw their senior seasons cut short, so they can't wait to get to USC and help the Trojans on the field.
USC might have its 2013 recruiting class filled right now, but recent developments with Max Redfield underlines the necessity for the coaches to keep recruiting hard.
The Trojans are working hard to fix the offensive line problems that doomed them against Stanford.
With some adjustments along the line and increased leadership, the Trojans can bounce back from a tough loss.
Steve Bisheff talks about the coaching legacy ramifications of the USC-Stanford game, UCLA's hot start and Andy Murray's breakthrough.
Steve Bisheff expects Lane Kiffin to let Matt Barkley put on a show, but what does that mean in the Trojans' quest to establish a running game. Steve Bisheff also makes his Super Bowl pick.
With his last three games as evidence, sophomore wide receiver Marqise Lee is becoming the best player on the USC Trojans.
As the 2012 season opens with USC ranked No. 1 and expectations running wild, Steve Bisheff reminds everyone -- including coach Lane Kiffin -- of the dreaded hiccups.