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USC Set For In-Home Visit With 4-Star Wide Out Michiah Quick

As we near the recruiting home stretch, the new USC coaching staff has been busy with in-home visits to some major recruiting targets.

The Trojans had a confirmed visit to three-star cornerback Lamont Simmons Wednesday and have another with four-star tight end Bryce Dixon scheduled for tonight.

The latest of these visits is Central East wide receiver Michiah Quick, who will be welcoming head coach Steve Sarkisian and offensive coordinator Clay Helton into his home Thursday, according to Greg Biggins of Fox Sports.

Quick is the seventh ranked athlete in the country according to 247 Sports and the Fresno product would be a major addition to the thin, but talented USC receiving corp as an explosive playmaker.

However, Sarkisian and Helton will have to work plenty of magic to pry him away from Oklahoma, where most project him to sign come February. He had an in-home visit with the Sooners at the beginning of the week.

The 6-0, 170 pound wide out officially visited the USC campus last week and reportedly enjoyed his time in Los Angeles, but the chances of him picking the Trojans still seem slim.

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  • Rick S.

    For Quick to go east to Oklahoma makes absolutely no sense ?

    Nothing against the Sooners, they have improved dramatically but why Top West Coast players leave is beyond me ??

    They must have never had a team out here to root for !

    USC vs Oklahoma, thats as easy as it gets

    SC all the way !!!

    I mean pick Cal, Stanford or Oregon, but know one East !

    Bet USC wins a National Championship before Oklahoma !

    And Oklahoma looks ready to do it first (The Sooners haven’t had to go through what SC just when`t through, they have what 30 more players on their Team?)

    And they (Oklahoma) won but 2 games more this year than SC ?

    It tells you just how good USC is and will be…

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