USC Football News: Jordan Iosefa Commits to Trojans

The USC Trojans picked up their third commitment in three days in the form of Jordan Iosefa, an unrated outside linebacker out of Honolulu.

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The Punahou product has just one offer according 247Sports, with the Trojans being the lone school thus far. 

Greg Biggins of Scout first reported the commitment on Twitter. According to his report, he was partly a result of what was effectively a satellite camp.

At 6-foot-2, 216 pounds, Iosefa looks to have the frame to play outside, which fits in with the Trojans have been targeting in this class.

USC now has three linebacker commits, including five-star outside backer Mique Juarez and four-star outside backer Daelin Hayes, both of whom committed to the Trojans more than a year ahead of Signing Day.

In the 2015 class, the Trojans signed a talented quartet of linebackers including five-stars Porter Gustin, Osa Masina and John Houston. Following this season, starters Lamar Dawson and Anthony Sarao will both graduate, as they’re fifth-year seniors.

Currently the Trojans have 11 commitments, making the 2016 recruiting class exactly half full. USC has 22 rides in the class due to a pair of blueshirts in the 2015 class, plus the transfer of Oklahoma tight end Taylor McNamara.

For more on USC’s 2016 class, click here for our commitment tracker.