Feb 5, 2014; Gardena, CA, USA; Junipero Serra high school cornerback Adoree Jackso with his father after he signs with the University of Southern California during national signing day at Junipero Serra High School. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

USC Has Yet to Receive Adoree' Jackson's National Letter Of Intent

Despite closing out the 2014 recruiting cycle with a strong national signing day, USC’s day couldn’t finished without a bit of drama.

Steve Sarkisian revealed during his signing day press conference that the Trojans have yet to receive five-star cornerback Adoree’ Jackson’s national letter of intent.

It may be just a case of transit problems, but the rumor mill has begun to swirl that there is something more to the delay. According to Ryan Phillips of Rumors and Rants, the problem could be related to Jackson’s father, who was not necessarily on board with the USC hat winning the day.

An alternative scenario was presented by Gerard Martinez of USCfootball.com.

Whatever is going on with the NLI, Jackson and USC have plenty of time to figure things out. Letters of intent do not have to be in until April 1st.

In the meantime, there shouldn’t be that much concern about Jackson’s loyalty. He continues to tweet as though he is coming to USC.

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