Big name out of state recruits are our focus in this edition of the USCFootball.com War Room, including a five-star Texas tailback.
We also update the potential quarterbacks recruits, talk to USC's next "No.1" receiver and reveal some of Devon Kennard's high profile workout buddies.
More details of what is inside:
Despite having three running back commitments for the class of 2010 already, Temple (Texas) five-star running back Lache Seastrunk is still in play for USC. We have the details inside the War Room.
A four-star receiver from Louisiana is close to Seastrunk, and both could attend the same school. But why is this out of state talent still without a scholarship offer?
Clay Matthews turned his career around, going from walk-on to 1st round draft pick. But will that be enough to make his nephew follow in his footsteps?
There are a lot of quarterbacks out there looking for USC scholarship offers, we have the latest on who those players are and which one it could be.
The talent rich USC Rising Stars Camp is coming up and we update some of the players you can expect to see there.
A little joke was played on one of the incoming freshmen about what number he would wear and what position he would play. We have the details on the player who will take over Patrick Turner's No. 1 jersey.
Defensive end Devon Kennard is a freak of an athlete, but the guys he is working out with take freak to another level.
Plus plenty more!
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