Slovis excited for USC's 2018 season
Everyone knows the story of JT Daniels' reclassification at this point.
The former Mater Dei HS quarterback announced his intentions to join USC's class at the 2017 US Army All-American Bowl. After that, the Trojan coaching staff went off to fill his empty spot in that class.
Enter Kedon Slovis. The quarterback from Scottsdale, Ariz. was offered a scholarship by USC shortly after Bryan Ellis visited him at his high school, Desert Mountain.
The 6-foot-2, 186-pound pounder visited USC shortly after that and committed. He's maintained he's 100-percent set on the Trojans ever since.
Today he trend into the Pac-12 network to watch his team play UNLV. He enjoyed what he saw.
"I was really excited to watch the young talent have an immediate impact on the game," Slovis told usc247.com. "On offense JT and Amon-Ra showed a lot of potential, especially as they are both only true freshman. I thought we looked good running the ball as well and was impressed with our depth at RB. We definitely have some room to grow but I'm excited to watch this team in the weeks to come."