USC signed possibly its last player on National Signing Day when offensive lineman Nico Falah faxed in his Letter of Intent to the Trojans, per USC’s official twitter account.
Falah, a Bellflower, CA native has been a long-time Trojan commit, though he did express interest in the Washington Huskies as well. Some questioned his loyalty to Lane Kiffin and his staff, but Falah always adamantly denied any de-commitment and regularly tweeted that USC was “home” and where his “family” was.
With his Letter of Intent faxed in, Falah’s tweets prove to be more than just for show.
With his signing, the Trojans ink their first offensive lineman on Wednesday.
The six-foot-four, 267-pound four-star offensive tackle will be a big addition to the Trojan offensive line, both for his large frame and for the commanding presence he brings.In 2012 the Trojan offensive line struggled greatly, and his presence could go a long way in keeping USC’s tradition of strong, physical offensive tackles alive. He will groomed behind Kevin Graf and Max Tuerk, and if he comes in and makes an impression early in fall camp, we could even see some of Falah in 2013.
Falah is the sixth athlete to sign with USC on Wednesday, for a total of 12 signed, including early enrollees.
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