USC RB commit Christon still solid
San Diego Madison HS tailback Kenan Christon committed to USC in the middle of September, back when the wheels had only started to fall off on the Trojans’ 2018 season.
At the time of his pledge, USC was already 1-2. But many believed the team was through it’s roughest patch of the season, was still young and could develop.
Now USC is 4-4. No one expects anything anymore, despite the fact USC started the season ranked in the top 15. Recruiting is also starting to suffer badly. USC is losing commitments, others in the class are wavering and the Trojans are no longer favored for the local football stars.
But Kenan Christon says he’s still a solid commit. The 5-foot-10, 185-pound tailback replied with a “yes” when USC247.com asked him if he was completely committed to USC.
This isn’t something to take for granted. Christon picked USC over three other finalists, including national title contenders like Alabama and Notre Dame. And he still feels he made the right choice.
“I really look forward to being a Trojan,” Christon said.