USC Football freshmen document Move In Day on social media

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USC football’s newest crop of freshmen arrived on campus on Friday, documenting their Move In Day on social media.

The USC football recruiting class of 2018 is officially on campus.

The Trojans’ 18 signed recruits enrolled and moved into their summer lodgings on Friday, beginning their journey in cardinal and gold.

And of course, they took the opportunity to document the day on social media throughout the day.

Four-star defensive lineman Trevor Trout started things off on Thursday when he started his journey from Saint Louis, Missouri to Los Angeles.

On Friday morning, head coach Clay Helton marked the occasion with a shot of the gear the class of 2018 will be picking up today.

Four-star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart signaled his arrival with a simple tweet and location pin.

Trout did the same.

Taylor-Stuart was definitely pleased with his set up in his new room.

The new cornerback also revealed his likely number at USC, posting a picture of his locker with the No. 6.

Linebacker Solomon Tuliaupupu’s coach, who helped him move in, may have also hinted at the five-star’s new number. He’s wearing a No. 58 shirt.

Five-star cornerback Olaijah Griffin showed off his new student ID.

Support staffer Gavin Morris grabbed some video of the guys.

He was also on hand to see defensive backs coach Ronnie Bradford helping Griffin carry his laundry.

Chimezie Metu has something to say about that.

USC Athletics also caught JT Daniels, Griffin and others moving in to their new place. Apparently, high shower heads are a major plus.

Daniels arrival on campus is of particular importance. The five-star quarterback needed to take 11 classes this spring at Mater Dei in order to graduate early. His presence on Move In Day proves that he completed that lofty academic goal.

Looking ahead to lofty football goals, five-star receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown got the chance to meet Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones working out on campus.

Now that USC’s freshman class is settled in their new living arrangements, the young Trojans can get to work on the football field.