Four-star tight end commit Bryce Dixon hosted USC coaches in-home Wednesday night as his recruiting saga continues to wind down to signing day.
USCfootball.com’s Gerard Martinez reported that the Trojans sent tight ends coach Marques Tuiasosopo, offensive coordinator Clay Helton and even the head man himself Steve Sarkisian to visit Dixon.
— Gerard Martinez (@gmartlive) January 30, 2014
Shortly after the visit’s end, Dixon, who has flirted with the possibility of an official visit to UCLA this weekend tweeted an affirmation of his pledge to the Trojans.
Im a Trojan and nothing can change my mind…thank u lady and gentlemen #fighton
— Bryce Dixon (@ABCDIXON) January 30, 2014
The tweet seems to confirm that Rivals’ top California tight end is ready to shut down his recruitment, though there’s no official word yet as to the status of his visit to Westwood.
Dixon committed to the Trojans on January 4th at the US Army All-America game but most observers believed his recruitment wouldn’t end there, with UCLA likely to push hard for his signature. However, the 6-4 tight end has only shifted further into the Trojan camp as the month has gone on.