Matt Barkley signed in January.
Hebron Fangupo, the top JUCO defensive player, signed in May.
Alshon Jeffrey signed in June.
Vontaze Burfict, a five-star, 6’2″, 235-pound linebacker from Centennial High School in Corona, CA; Devon Flournoy, a four-star, 6’2″, 4.40 wide receiver from Birmingham High School, Van Nuys, CA; Patrick Hall, a four-star, 6’1″, 181-pound safety from St. Bonaventure High School in Ventura, CA; and Chris Metcalf, a three-star, 6’1″, 190-pound safety from Compton (CA) High School gave their commitments to the Trojans.
In May the Trojans got a commitment from a five-star JC defensive tackle, Hebron Fangupo, 6’2″, 230 pounds from Mount San Antonio Junior College in Walnut, CA.
Then four players who attended the Rising Stars Camp at USC a little over a week ago gave their commitments to the Trojans. One of them, Ashlon Jeffrey, a four-star 6’4″, 200-pound wide receiver from Calhoun County High School in Saint Matthew, SC, actually committed a couple of weeks before the camp.
The other three were Byron Moore, a four-star 6’1″, 200-pound safety from Nathaniel Narbonne High School, Harbor City, CA; Torin Harris, a three-star, 6’0″, 175-pound cornerback from Palo Verde High School, Las Vegas, NV; and James Boyd, a three-star, 6’5″, 230-pound defensive end from Jordan High School, Los Angeles, CA, who was closely recruited by USC assistant coach Ken Norton.
Altogether, that makes four five-stars, seven four-stars, and three three-stars. Once the season starts, any one of those three-stars could move up a notch or two—they are that good, having shown off their talents for the coaches at the Rising Stars Camp.
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