Steve Sarkisian and his staff are hard at work navigating the ever-expanding recruiting landscape, which means there are more than a enough recruiting nuggets to keep even the most intense fans well fed.
Here’s a round up of all the latest recruiting action.
Jones Gets Offer
— Derek Young (@DYoungScout) May 7, 2014
Junior college defensive end Ulric Jones, of Butler Community College in Kansas, recently received an offer from USC, according to Derek Young of Scout.
The three-star lineman originally committed to Mississippi State in high school but went the junior college route instead. Now he is considered the No. 39 player at the JUCO level and the No. 7 strongside defensive end under 247Sports rating system.
Throckmorton Getting Attention
— Adam Gorney (@adamgorney) May 7, 2014
Three-star offensive tackle Calvin Throckmorton out of Newport, Washington could be targeted by both Los Angeles teams in the coming months, according to Adam Gorney of Rivals.
The 6’6, 265 pound tackle is the No. 45 player at his position according to Rivals and is already mulling offers from Oregon and Washington.
Ude Expecting USC Visit
— Justin Hopkins (@JHopkins247) May 7, 2014
Defensive end Russell Ude, of Westminster in Atlanta, Georgia, is expecting a visit from USC in the near future, according to Justin Hopkins of 247Sports.
Ude is a four-star defender and the No. 8 player in his position in Rivals’ rating system, while 247Sports lists him as a three-star and the No. 25 strongside defensive end in the country.
With no offer from the Trojans and more solid interest in Stanford and Oregon, Ude appears unlikely to end up at USC for now.
Scrempos Narrowing Down
— Mike Farrell (@rivalsmike) May 7, 2014
Jason Scrempos, a three-star defensive end out of Milpitas, has USC in his top five schools, according to Mike Farrell of Rivals, though big-bodied is still waiting on an offer from the Trojans.
At 6’6, 250 pounds, Scrempos has garnered some interest from USC and boasts offers from Arizona, Cal, Washington, and Washinton State in the Pac-12, according to Rivals.