Four-star wide receiver Kamryn Babb announced his Top 9 schools on Monday evening, listing USC Football as one of his favorites.
Wide receiver Kamryn Babb became the latest high profile recruit to narrow his recruiting choices down, revealing his Top 9 on Monday.
USC Football made the cut, along with LSU, Alabama, Ole Miss, Ohio State, Missouri, Michigan, Nebraska and Notre Dame in his Top 9.
“First and foremost I would like to thank God for blessing me with the opportunities He has given me. I would like to thank my family and friends for supporting me and helping me with the recruiting process. It has truly been a blessing,” Babb wrote.
“I would also like to thank all of the schools that gave me the opportunity to play for their team, but at this point in my recruiting process I have decided that these 9 schools are the best option for me and my family.”
Babb is one of the top receivers available in 2018, ranking No. 7 at the position in the 247Sports composite. Hailing from Saint Louis, he is the top rated player in the state of Missouri and sits 41st in the national rankings.
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Though Missouri may have the local edge, the majority of 247Sports crystal ball experts predict the receiver will land with Ohio State.
USC does not have any great need for receivers in the 2018 class. Back in 2016, the Trojans brought in five heralded prospects and added more quality to the unit in 2017 with the addition of Joseph Lewis and Randall Grimes.
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If the Trojans don’t progress with the likes of Babb beyond this stage it would be no great cause for concern. The nation’s No. 2 receiver, Jalen Hall out of Long Beach Poly, is heavily pegged to join USC’s class come Signing Day 2018.