Steve Sarkisian added some intrigue to the future of USC's quarterback recruiting last week with a pair of offers to Class of 2016 prospects Shea Patterson and K.J. Costello. It may seem a little early to be jockeying for position with players who haven't started their junior years of high school yet, but that's not the case in the current world of quarterback recruiting.
about 850 days ago | Garry Paskwietz and Johnny Curren | NCF On The Trail
As the Trojans continue with the spring evaluation process, here's a look at five recruiting storylines to follow: 1. Tackles are priority: After USC landed commitments from three highly-ranked interior offensive linemen in the last class, the Trojans want to secure multiple players at the tackle spot for the Class of 2015.
about 940 days ago | Garry Paskwietz | NCF On The Trail
Some of the recruiting relationships the current USC coaching staff developed while at Washington proved beneficial following the move to Los Angeles. The Trojans signed Rahshead Johnson, Claudeson Pelon, Jonathan Lockett, John Plattenburg and Don Hill in 2014, all of whom had prior connections to the Huskies.
about 962 days ago | Blair Angulo | NCF On The Trail