Five-star 2019 wide receiver Theo Wease named USC Football as one of his favorite schools, announcing his Top 7 list on Monday.
Theo Wease is ready to narrow his focus with a year left in his recruiting process.
The Allen, Texas-product announced his Top 7 schools on Monday morning, including USC Football on the list. LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, TCU and UCLA also made the cut.
In a note on Twitter, Wease took the time to thank God and his family, as well as his trainer and his friends for their support over the years.
Predictions on the 247Sports Crystal Ball favor Texas A&M at the moment, though there remains a lot of time for USC to make a move with the coveted wide out.
Standing 6-foot-3, 194 pounds, Wease is a big receiver with open-field moves, though he may also project as a safety. He ranks No. 28 nationally for the class of 2019, per the 247Sports composite. Among receivers, he is rated No. 6.
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USC’s 2019 class is bare at the moment after quarterback JT Daniels reclassified to 2018 and linebacker De’Gabriel Floyd de-committed in December.
The Trojans have been nothing if not exceptional when it comes to recruiting top wide receiver talent to Los Angeles and the 2019 cycle shouldn’t slow that down any. Along with Wease, USC is in the running for another five-star star Texan in Arjei Henderson. There’s also four-star Calabasas pass catcher Mycah Pittman, the brother of current Trojan Michael Pittman, and five-star athlete Bru McCoy, a teammate of Daniels at Mater Dei.
Early in January, USC grabbed a commitment from five-star 2018 receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown. That’s after bringing in five-star 2017 receiver Joseph Lewis and an even bigger batch of talented players in the 2016 class.
At this stage, if feels like a forgone conclusion the Trojans will keep the cabinets full at wide receiver for the foreseeable future.