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2020 USC Targets to Know - Offense

2020 USC Targets to Know - Offense

Here’s a complete breakdown of where USC stands with uncommitted 2020 prospects on offense who hold scholarship offers from the Trojans and aren’t committed.

Offensive Line

Marcus Dumervil (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)- Dumervil hasn’t eliminated USC or released a top list of schools but it seems unlikely he ends up as a Trojan. He plays football on the other side of the country and seems most interested in SEC schools.

Bruno Fina (Tucson, Ariz.) - Fina visited USC with family and has the Trojans among his top schools. He’s taken official visits to Arizona and UCLA and those are likely the top contenders to USC at this point. Fina’s father played football at Arizona, so that connection might be tough to beat.

Courtland Ford (Cedar Hill, Texas)- Ford was committed to LSU until June, when he re-opened the process. Before committing to LSU, he released a top five that didn’t include USC. It would be a shock if he picked the Trojans.

Taliese Fuaga (Tacoma, Wash.) - Fuaga visited USC for a camp and picked up a scholarship offer after his performance. It’s still early in his recruitment but the Trojans are one of his top options. USC fans should keep an eye on Fuaga.

Andrew Gentry (Littleton, Colo.) - Gentry recently released a list of schools that didn’t include USC.

Alex Harrison (Bountiful, Utah) - Harrison earned a scholarship offer to USC earlier in the year but seems to be trending towards Utah. USC coaches have work to do if they want to land this prospect.

Geirean Hatchett (Ferndale, Wash.) - Hatchett released a list of top schools that didn’t include USC and plans to make a decision soon.

Jaylan Jeffers (Scottsdale, Ariz.) - Jeffers picked up a scholarship offer from USC in June and the Trojans seem to still be in contention. That being said, Oregon has emerged as an early favorite after Jeffers recently took an official visit to that school.

Andrej Karic (Southlake, Texas) - Karic picked up a scholarship offer from USC in June but the Trojans are far from favored for this prospect from Texas. It’s still too early to tell where Karic is leaning though.

Chad Lindberg (League City, Texas) - Lindberg took an official visit to USC in June so the Trojans are definitely in contention here. That being said, it would still be a surprise if he committed to USC over his other options.

Solatoa Moea’i (Honolulu, HI) - Moea’i is considering USC and the Trojans are likely one of his top options. It’s too early to predict where he’ll end up but USC fans should keep an eye on Moea’i.

Jonah Monheim (Moorpark, Calif.) - Monheim took an official visit to USC and his mother went to USC. The Trojans are near the top of his list and he’s worth watching for USC fans.

Chris Morris (Memphis, Tenn.) - Morris released a list of favorite schools that didn’t include USC.

Levi Rogers (Woodinville, Wash.) - Rogers visited USC in April and the Trojans are one of his favorite options. It’s too early to know if USC will be the pick, but he’s certainly worth keeping an eye on for USC fans.

Caayden Stephen (Camas, Wash.) - USC offered Stephen in late May and the tweet announcing the scholarship offer is still pinned to the top of his twitter profile. USC is one of his favorite options and this is one to watch.

Kilian Zierer (Valencia, Calif.) - USC offered Zierer in May and the giant JuCo prospect visited the campus soon after receiving that scholarship offers. USC is one of his top options and he’s someone to watch. 

Running Back

Sam Adams II (Sammamish, Wash.) - Adams eliminated USC when he cut his list of top schools to six.

Tank Bigsby (Hogansville, Ga.) - Bigsby hasn’t officially eliminated USC from consideration but it would be a shock if he left the South to play college football.

Kevontre Bradford (Lancaster, Texas) - USC offered Bradford back in January and the offer left him “speechless.” The Trojans are definitely in it for Bradford and he’s worth keeping an eye on.

JoJuan Collins (Harbor City, Calif.) - Collins included USC in his list of favorite schools at the end of May and the Trojans should be in contention until the very end.

Jalen John (Lake Oswego, Ore.) - John is high on his USC offer but this is probably a battle between Oregon State and Oregon for the prospect from the Beaver state.

Ty Jordan (Mesquite, Texas) - Jordan considers USC to be one of his top options but he has a long list of scholarship offers and hasn’t made a list of top schools yet.

Zachary Evans (Houston, Texas) - Evans released a list of top schools that didn’t include USC.

Kendall Milton (Clovis, Calif.) - Milton eliminated USC from contention and is looking to leave the state of California for college football.

Isaiah Newell (Walnut Creek, Calif.) - Newell named Oregon as his leader in May. A scholarship offer from USC came just days later. Keep an eye on Newell to see if USC enters the mix for him.

Daniyel Ngata (Folsom, Calif.) - Ngata released a list of top schools before USC offered him a scholarship. He hasn’t announced any changes since. Its worth noting his older brother turned down USC for Clemson.

Bijan Robinson (Folsom, Calif.) - Robinson took an official visit to USC and plans to announce a commitment in the coming weeks. USC is not the favorite.

EJ Smith (Dallas, Texas) - Smith, the son of NFL legend Emmitt Smith, eliminated the Trojans from contention when he released a top five.

Mecose Todd (Carrollton, Ga.) - USC has offered Todd but it would be a shock if the former South Carolina pledge chose the Trojans.

Tight End

Arik Gilbert (Marietta, Ga.) - Gilbert lists USC as a top school but it would be an absolute shock if he ended up a Trojan.

DJ Rogers (Sammamish, Wash.) - USC is one of Rogers top options and the Trojans are definitely a school to watch here. It might even be fair to call USC the favorite.

Darnell Washington (Las Vegas, Nev.) - Washington eliminated USC from consideration when he released a list of favorite schools.

Wide Receiver

Devon Achane (Missouri City, Texas) - Achane hasn’t eliminated USC from contention but it would be an absolute shock if he ended up as a Trojan.

Elijhah Badger (Folsom, Calif.) - Badger took an official visit to USC in April. The Trojans are near the top of his list but aren’t favored.

LV Bunkley-Shelton (Gardena, Calif.) - USC is one of the top options for Bunkley-Shelton and he’s definitely one to watch going forward for USC fans.

Gary Bryant, Jr. (Corona, Calif.) - USC is considered the absolute favorite for Bryant at this point. We’ll see if that changes going forward.

Daniel Jackson - Jackson took an official visit to USC in June and the Trojans are a major contender for this speedy wide receiver.

KeAndre Lambert (Norfolk, Va.) - USC made Lambert’s list of top schools but it would be an absolute shock if he picked the Trojans. He’s from Virginia and is the nephew of former Hokie Kam Chancellor.

Logan Loya (Bellflower, Calif.) - USC offered Loya a scholarship in March and remains one of his top options but its too early to tell if USC is the favorite.

Koy Moore (Metairie, La.) - Moore decommitted from USC and has no interest in the Trojans.

Rome Odunze (Las Vegas, Nev.) - USC is one of Odunze’s top options but it’s too early to tell where exactly the Trojans stand in his recruitment.

Brendan Rice (Chandler, Ariz.) - USC is a contender for Rice, but isn't favored.

Johnny Wilson (Calabasas, Calif.) - Wilson eliminated USC when he released his list of favorite schools.

USC commits on offense

Andres Dewerk, Kyle Juergens, Andrew Milek, Josh Jackson, Joey Wright, Jack Yary and Bryce Young.

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