Top priority OT target not worried about USC's struggles
USC is always trying to sign the best offensive linemen in the Pac-12 and as many as possible.
The Trojans already have a commitment from Jason Rodriguez, a highly regarded tackle from Oak Hills High School in Hesperia, Calif. Gino Quinones, an interior offensive lineman from Honolulu St. Louis HS is also committed.
But if the USC coaches want to claim they’ve signed an elite group of offensive linemen, Sean Rhyan needs to end up as a Trojan as well.
If the product of San Juan Hills HS in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. signs with USC, the class will likely feature two of the state’s top three universally rated offensive linemen.
Rhyan has also always been very interested in USC. That interest continues as USC struggles, even as the Trojans compete against the likes of Alabama, Notre Dame, Stanford and Washington to sign him.
The 6-foot-5, 300-pound lineman told USC247.com as much on Friday.
“USC’s struggles this year does not impact my feelings about the school,” Rhyan said. “At the end of the day, the goal is to go 1-0 each week and the results will be what they will be. You just have to focus on getting better.”