OL Andrew Milek commits to USC football recruiting class for 2020
USC football picked up their second commitment Friday as three-star offensive tackle Andrew Milek announced his pledge to the Trojans.
The USC football June recruitment push doesn’t seem to be slowing down. On Friday, after adding a defensive line pledge in the morning, the Trojans received a commitment from offensive lineman Andrew Milek of Brophy College Prep in Phoenix.
The three-star offensive tackle took to Twitter to announce his commitment with photos from his recent visit to campus.
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“I am proud and honored to announce that I have committed to the University of Southern California!!! FAITH FAMILY FOOTBALL,” Milek wrote.
Milek doesn’t feature in the 247Sports composite yet, but 247Sports’ own ranking puts him 1,077th nationally and 25th in the state of Arizona. he rates 101st among offensive tackles in the class.
Since the Trojans struck out on several offensive line prospects in the class of 2019, it’s clear they’re trying to make up ground with numbers in 2019. Last Friday, three-star Kyle Juergens out of San Juan Capistrano started the run on offensive linemen. Offensive tackle Joey Wright, a three-star prospect from Reno, Nevada, jumped on board a couple days later.
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Like many of the other recent additions for the Trojans, Milek isn’t exactly a blue chip recruit. However, he picked up the offer from USC in early June thanks to his intriguing size. At 6-foot-6, 295 pounds, he boasts the kind of frame which could see him develop into a viable player at the college level.
Earlier on Friday, USC pulled in a commitment on the other side of the line in three-star defensive tackle Kobe Pepe, from St. John Bosco.
The class of 2020 now boasts eight commits, with Mater Dei four-star quarterback Bryce Young and Narbonne four-star wide receiver Josh Jackson headlining the group.