USC Football Recruiting: Trojans land 4-Star WR Jordan

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The USC Trojans continue to stockpile talent on the offensive side of the ball. Now is the time to start focusing on the 2024 recruiting class. Xavier Jordan, the four-star wide receiver from Cathedral High School (Los Angeles, CA) just decided to play his collegiate career at the University of Sothern California for the Trojans.

Jordan is considered to be rated as a 0.94 recruiting sports composite. He is currently ranked number 71 nationally and the 13th-best wide receiver according to the 24/7 Sports website. He is listed as 6-1 and 165 pounds.

This commitment will give Lincoln Riley his third pledge in the 2024 recruiting class. This moves up the Trojans from 53rd place to 49th overall. He will be joining Joey Olsen who is also a four-star prospect (TE) and Bryan Jackson, a three-star athlete.

In a recent interview, Jordan commented on his decision.

"“I’m very excited to be a Trojan, this is the best place for me. No matter who else offered or where else I visited, I knew I would be going to USC so there was no need to put it off.”"

Donovan James, Trojans Wire

Jordan had a very productive junior year. He had 83 receptions for 1,626 receiving yards. This included 20 receiving touchdowns in thirteen games being played. He looks to add to those impressive numbers during his final season of high school football. Trojan Nation will be waiting for this young man's arrival next year.

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