2019 WR commit McClain: USC will get better, it's just a rough start
Wide Receiver Munir McClain was one of USC’s first commits in the 2019 class and it’s never seemed like he could change his mind.
Besides picking the Trojans back in April, he has a brother who’s a freshman on the football team. That would be pass rusher Abdul-Malik McClain.
When USC247.com caught up with McClain on Sunday, he again re-affirmed his pledge to the Trojans.
“Yeah I am,” McClain said when if he was sticking to USC.
The product of San Juan Capistrano J Serra Catholic HS WR doesn’t even know what another option would be at this point. Besides the opportunity to play at USC, McClain holds scholarship offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Nebraska, Oregon State, South Carolina and UCLA. But he says those schools have moved on.
“The only official I have right now is USC, no other school is talking to me,” McClain said.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder says he expects to visit USC “probably December 8.” He also expects to sign with the school early.
“Like I said before, USC is the only school in contact with me, no other schools are talking to me,” McClain said when asked if there was any possible way he could end up elsewhere.
When asked what he thought of the Trojans’ season, he gave a positive take.
“They’re going to get better, they’re just having a little rough start,” McClain But that doesn’t mean they can’t continue to grow. They have their quarterback. JT just got hurt so they’re working with what they have and continuing to get better.”