USC football recruiting: Trojans on favorites lists for Jaeden Gould, Kamari Ramsey, Kevin Coleman, Bryan Allen Jr.

USC football players at the Coliseum.
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USC football recruiting has certainly slowed down since the passing of Signing Day. That doesn't mean things are at a standstill. The Trojans are still staying in the mix for some big-time prospects in future classes.

With linebacker Ty Kana giving USC his pledge last week, who else could be eyeing the Trojans?

Kamari Ramsey's Top 5

Four-star safety Kamari Ramsey has USC in his Top 5 along with Stanford, ASU, UCLA and Ohio State.

The 6-foot-1 safety is from Chatsworth, so the Pac-12 emphasis makes sense, though he's a highly-touted recruit with plenty of national draw.

The 247Sports composite ranks Ramsey No. 105 nationally and No. 10 in California for the class of 2022. He is No. 8 among safeties.

Jaeden Gould's Top 6

On Tuesday, USC landed in the Top 6 for four-star cornerback Jaeden Gould.

While Notre Dame, Penn State, Rutgers and Clemson also made the cut, Michigan appears to be the team to watch out for. They have all four predictions in the 247Sports Crystal Ball pointing their way.

Gould is from Oradell, New Jersey. He ranks No. 145 nationally in the 247Sports composite.

Bryan Allen Jr.'s Top 7

USC's secondary recruiting remains fiery hot thanks to the efforts of Donte Williams and Craig Naivar. So it should be no surprise they've also made the Top 7 for Top 100 safety Bryan Allen Jr.

At No. 88 in the 247Sports composite, the Aledo, Texas product is highly sought after by powers like Oklahoma, Texas, Ohio State, Texas A&M and Auburn. Jacksonville State also got a spot in his favorites.

Allen Jr. had 122 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles en route to a state championship as a sophomore. With that kind of productivity and potential, it'll be a fierce battle to win him over.

Kevin Coleman's Top 8

Recent favorites lists don't just involve defensive backs. The Trojans feature in the Top 8 for five-star wide receiver Kevin Coleman.

Alabama, Oregon, Texas, Georgia, Penn State, Florida State and ASU are vying for Coleman's signature as the No. 2 wide receiver prospect in the class of 2022.

Coming out of St. Marys in Saint Louis, it's anyone's guess where he'll ultimately land. Whoever gets him will be adding a quick playmaker who scored 12 touchdowns in four games in 2020.

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