USC football commit Brandon Campbell is a must-follow on Twitter

Mike Jinks is hoping to add Brandon Campbell to his stable. (Alicia de Artola/Reign of Troy)
Mike Jinks is hoping to add Brandon Campbell to his stable. (Alicia de Artola/Reign of Troy) /

Want to know what’s going on with USC football recruiting? Follow running back commit Brandon Campbell.

If you’re a fan of USC football, the recruiting side specifically, you no doubt follow all the heavy hitters in the scouting world.

But do you follow the most active recruiting source in Troy these days?

We’re talking about four-star running back commit Brandon Campbell.

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The 5-foot-10 all-around running back from Katy Texas has made a habit of giving Trojan fans a heads up when good news is on its way.

On Friday, his message was specific to an impending commitment:

The thing is, Campbell has done this before. He’s as reliable a recruiting source as there is on the internet.

Last Friday Campbell teased an impending commitment…

And wouldn’t you know it, four-star wide receiver Quaydarius Davis announced his commitment just a few hours later.

In April, Campbell predicted big things to come…

And they came to pass in due time as Anthony Beavers, Maximus Gibbs and Caleb Bullock announced their commitments.

Campbell is up to it again this week.

On Sunday Campbell pointed towards something coming on Mother’s Day.

As it so happened, earlier that day a certain four-star athlete revealed his commitment date as Mother’s Day.

We’ll see if Campbell was right on that one, but what about Friday’s hint?

Who could Campbell be talking about this time?

Over the past week, USC has been named in favorites lists by four different players including four-star offensive tackle Jonah Miller, four-star cornerback Nathaniel Wiggins, four-star defensive end Derek Wilkins and four-star cornerback Deuce Harmon.

It could be one of those or any other from the broad list of players considering the Trojans.

Or it could be another big fish Campbell has said he’s working on, like Korey Foreman, the No. 1 player in the class of 2021:

Or Mason Smith, the five-star defensive tackle out of Louisiana who has talked extensively about wanting to play with Foreman:

Whoever it is, Campbell has become one of the must-follow players on Twitter. Just click that follow button, turn on those notifications and wait.

(Friendly reminder, don’t tweet at recruits.)

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