Four-star cornerback D’Shawn Jamison named his Top 10 schools on Wednesday, including USC football among his choices.
Fresh off receiving a scholarship offer from USC last week, D’Shawn Jamison named the Trojans among his favorites as he trimmed his list of schools down to 10.
Along with USC, Jamison featured Michigan, TCU, Texas, Tennessee, Penn State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Florida and Duke in the video announcing his Top 10.
TOP….10 let’s get it 🏈😈✅‼️‼️‼️ pic.twitter.com/gwsQIfLqCB
— SHARK⁵ (@D_JAMISON5) February 23, 2017
Hailing from Lamar High School in Houston, Jamison is the No. 20 cornerback in the 2018 class, per the 247Sports composite. He is the No. 18 player ranked in the state of Texas and rates No. 161 in the country.
Jamison recently unofficially visited Texas and it looks like the Longhorns are the favorites to land his signature come Signing Day next year. Texas has a 78 percent edge in the 247Sports Crystal Ball, though TCU also has picked up a couple recent predictions.
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USC already has a commitment from four-star cornerback Marcus Johnson, the brother of new Trojan signee Greg Johnson, for the 2018 cycle but it’s likely they’ll be looking to stock up on more cornerbacks.
Though the Trojans added Johnson, an athlete who can play cornerback, and three-star CB prospect Je’Quari Godfrey in the 2017 class, there should be departures at the position after this season.
Jonathan Lockett is set to graduate while Iman Marshall is expected to declare early for the NFL draft. On top of that, both Ajene Harris and Isaiah Langley will be eligible to depart as well.
USC’s 2018 class already looks strong with five-star quarterback Matt Corral and five-star linebacker Palaie Gaoteote headlining. Additionally, the Trojans have commitments from a handful of four-star recruits like linebackers Raymond Scott and Bo Calvert, along with Johnson and receiver Manuel Allen.