USC Football Recruiting: Class of 2012 Commitments


USC football recruiting finished strong in 2012 on Signing Day, as the Trojans finished ranked 8th in the nation by Rivals despite sanctions that limited the class to 15 scholarships.

First, USC picked up some top recruits in Nelson Agholor, a wide receiver out of Florida, as well as Leonard Williams, also a Florida native. In the days leading up to Signing Day, word got out the USC might snag Agholor from the Florida Gators and that came to fruition, but Williams was a complete surprise to most.

The Trojans also brought in the nation’s fourth-best tight end, Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick, who is poised to be another big time playmakers for USC’s stacked offense. From there, USC was on a roll, signing top-rated offensive lineman Zach Banner, Max Tuerk, and Jordan Simmons.

For all the good that Signing Day brought the Trojans, there were still some blemishes on the day.

Late in the afternoon, USC missed on offensive tackles Kyle Murphy, Kyle Dodson and Andrus Peat, quarterback Cyler Miles, and defensive tackle Aziz Shittu. >>Read more

The 2012 USC Football Recruiting Class

Head Coach: Lane Kiffin
Average Star Rating: 4.07*
National Class Ranking:

Signed Early Enrollees (4):

Signed on Signing Day (12):

* Ratings derived from Rivals.

Ratings derived from the 247Sports Composite.

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