Three-star receiver Andre Hunt announced his commitment to USC Football on Monday, becoming the sixth Trojan pledge in the last week.
The avalanche of new commits for USC Football continued to roll on Monday night with the commitment of three-star wide receiver Andre Hunt.
The Paraclete-product, who had just last week included the Trojans in his Top 6 along with Oregon State, Washington State, Utah, Colorado and Fresno State, made the announcement on Twitter.
“I would first like to thank God for the blessing he has given me. I would like to thank my Dad and Mom for sacrificing for me. Thank you to my entire family for believing in me and my abilities, especially my granddad. To all the coaches who have touched my life and played a part in my development on and off the field, especially my Unc Coach Gee,” Hunt wrote.
“With saying that, I have committed to continue my education and athletic career at The University of Southern California! Fight On! I’m going to be a Trojan.”
The 6-foot, 175-pound speedster marks the sixth commitment in the last week, as a part of a huge momentum swing following the de-commitment of five-star quarterback Matt Corral.It started with the offensive line duo of Justin
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It started with the offensive line duo of Justin Dedich and Liam Douglass last Monday night and continued with linebacker Kana’i Mauga on Saturday, tight end Camren McDonald on Sunday and running back Mychale Salahuddin on Monday morning. The class currently stands at 11 commitments.
Currently rated as the No. 74 receiver in the 2018 class and the No. 52 player in California, per the 247Sports composite, Hunt is the only receiver commit for USC this cycle. That may change as the Trojans are also in pursuit of highly-rated prospects like five-star receivers Jalen Hall and Amon-Ra St. Brown.
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Competition for places at that position could get tight since USC has recruited wideout strongly over the past few years. After landing an elite class in 2016, including five highly-touted players, the Trojans added five-star Joseph Lewis and three-star Randal Grimes in 2017.