USC football recruiting roundup: Trojan QB commit transfers to Mater Dei

Miller Moss will bolster USC football's Mater Dei pipeline (Alicia de Artola/Reign of Troy)
Miller Moss will bolster USC football's Mater Dei pipeline (Alicia de Artola/Reign of Troy) /

Miller Moss is transferring to Mater Dei and more USC football recruiting updates.

It’s been a big month June for four-star quarterback Miller Moss. First, he committed to USC football’s 2021 recruiting class. Now he’s leaving Bishop Alemany for a new high school.

The news comes from Eric Sondheimer of the LA Times, who reported the Trojan commit’s move to Mater Dei on Monday.

The transfer shouldn’t impact Moss’ commitment to USC, but it does make for an interesting development in his recruiting saga. He’ll now bolster the Trojans’ strong recruiting pipeline from Mater Dei, joining the likes of Matt Leinart and Matt Barkley as Monarch-to-Trojan alums.

Funnily enough, at USC Moss will be a roster replacement for former Mater Dei standout JT Daniels as he transfers away to Georgia.

The move could impact the recruitment of others though.

At Bishop Alemany, Moss was a teammate of current USC commit Saia Mapakaitolo and target Jaylin Smith, a four-star athlete.

At Mater Dei, Moss will be a teammate of coveted four-star linebacker Raesjon Davis, who is currently committed to LSU but continually linked to the Trojans.

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For what it’s worth, Moss looks quite interested in doing recruiting for USC.

That’s what he was up to on Saturday when Latrell Neville decommitted from Virginia Tech.

The three-star wide receiver from Missouri City, Texas has claimed an offer from USC since last May.

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Standing 6-foot-3, 195 pounds, Neville is a promising athlete who ranks No. 353 in the 247Sports composite.

USC football recruiting: Michael Trigg names Top 10

USC football just picked up a tight end commitment in Lake McRee from Texas, but the Trojans are in the running for another.

Michael Trigg, a four-star tight end from Tampa, Florida, announced his Top 10 on Monday.

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Alongside USC, Trigg is considering Michigan State, Auburn, North Carolina, LSU, South Carolina, Illinois, Kentucky, Ohio State and Penn State.

He ranks No. 153 overall in the 247Sports composite with a frame to build on at 6-foot-4, 230 pounds.

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