A veteran USC defense continued to make strides in the spring, especially in the secondary.
Injuries made it hard to fully evaluate the USC offense during spring ball, but several Trojans showed signs of potential.
WeAreSC goes over the top 10 in-state prospects in 2013, as USC looks to re-establish itself among California's elite prospects.
WeAreSC's list of top 10 out-of-state prospects that the Trojans will be pursuing for the Class of 2013.
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.
Want to know how the most recent USC recruiting class came into being? Here are the top 10 storylines behind its formation.
A look at USC's 11 verbal commitments and where they project, both in the immediate future and down the road.
WeAreSC takes a look at the current roster and how it must be massaged under the NCAA-mandated scholarship restrictions.
With the January all-star games approaching, WeAreSC provides Trojans fans with a guide to who and what to look out for.
We have no idea if Lane Kiffin believes in Santa Claus, but if he does, WeAreSC put together a list of what he could ask St. Nick for as far as recruiting is concerned.
Even with 2012 recruiting heating up, it's never too early to look ahead to the class of 2013. Erik McKinney provides a California junior cheat sheet.
The regular season might be over, but most of USC's verbal commits will be playing in playoff games this weekend.
USC has the best class in the Pac-12 to date, but Arizona State and UCLA are looming.
Several Pac-12 North teams are primed for big recruiting finishes, as Stanford, Cal, Oregon and Washington are in on many top prospects.
Monte Kiffin's work with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers back in the day is having a positive effect for USC in the recruitment of Tyriq McCord and Nelson Agholor.
USC is about a month away from bringing loads of players to campus for official visits. WeAreSC looks at the most likely candidates to take those trips.