Five-star quarterback and USC commit Matt Corral has completed his transfer from Oaks Christian to Long Beach Poly, per the Long Beach Press-Telegram.
The gem of USC’s 2018 recruiting class has a new high school home.
Matt Corral, one of the top quarterbacks in the nation for the coming recruiting cycle, is now enrolled at Long Beach Poly, according to Mike Guardabascio of the Long Beach Press-Telegram.
The quarterback announced his intention to transfer away from Oaks Christian for the remainder of his junior year and ahead of his senior season last week.
Confirmed from Poly coach Antonio Pierce: USC-committed QB Matt Corral is enrolled at Long Beach Poly
— Mike Guardabascio (@Guardabascio) February 22, 2017
Corral is USC’s top-rated commit for 2018, ranking No. 9 in the country and No. 2 among pro-style quarterbacks.
He threw for 3,025 yards as a junior with 22 touchdowns and just three interceptions, adding seven rushing touchdowns to his total.
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A five-star prospect, Corral committed to USC just over a year ago and has been a vocal recruiter for the Trojans ever since.
His decision to join Long Beach Poly makes Corral a new teammate of four-star wide receiver Camren McDonald, who also boasts a scholarship offer from USC.
The transfer also should only bolster the Trojan pipeline with Poly, which has been a goldmine for USC for decades.
Current Trojan cornerbacks Iman Marshall and Jack Jones hailed from the high school, while Trojan greats like wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, linebacker Willie McGinest and safety Mark Carrier can also call themselves alums.