USC football recruiting news isn’t nearly as abundant in early July as it was in the month of June, but there are still some significant unresolved stories in the media bloodstream.
Taylor Tatum and Kyngstonn Viliamu-Asa are two high-profile recruits on USC’s radar screen in July. They have both set announcement dates later this month. We talked to Mark Rogers at The Voice of College Football about the status of those two recruitments.
We branched into a larger discussion about which recruit USC can use more, and which recruitment would be a more significant win for Lincoln Riley and the Trojans’ staff. That larger discussion led us to a more central point about the success of USC in 2023 and the factors which are most likely to lead to a successful (or disastrous) season.
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