USC Trojans News: AP All-Pac 12 selections, Josaiah Stewart update, more

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USC Football received the most AP First-Team All-Americans out of any program in the country with three. AP thinks incredibly highly of USC in relation to their conference, too, as they selected SEVEN Trojans to their First-Team All-Pac 12 team.

Those seven were QB Caleb Williams (unanimous selection), Guard Andrew Vorhees, C Brett Neilon, AP Travis Dye, DT Tuli Tuipulotu (unanimous selection), CB Mekhi Blackmon, and S Calen Bullock. Dye also was selected at RB for their Second-Team roster, and WR Jordan Addison and DT Tyrone Taleni were also picked as Second-Team selections.

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Coastal Carolina transfer Josaiah Stewart put USC Football in his top three. He is widely considered to be one of the best Edge rushers in the transfer portal. He will be taking a visit to the Trojan program this weekend, per 247Sports. In his top three were Michigan and Louisiana State, and 247Sports has also reported that he will be visiting Michigan this weekend as well.

Stewart would be a big get for this program, as the Edge has put together 26 tackles for loss in his two seasons of college football. He had double digit TFLs in each of his years of college ball. He's even had 13 sacks in a season before.


UCLA will officially be joining the USC Trojans to the Big Ten in the 2024 season. The UC Board of Regents had to approve of this move, and that had not happened yet. Therefore, it was possible that the Board of Regents could prevent the move from happening. On Wednesday, however, the Board of Regents voted on and approved the move to the Big Ten.

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Hilariously, though, UCLA will actually have to pay Cal Berkeley between two million and ten million dollars for leaving the conference without them. USC never had to worry about not being able to leave, or paying anyone, because they are a private school.