Like a thief in the night, Lane Kiffin steal Lakewood (Calif.) offensive tackle Torian White away from the UCLA Bruins. One of the only Bruin commits that was a Trojan target, The 6-foot-6, 275-pound three-star lineman stunned viewers by signing with USC.
"I'm going to attend the University of Southern California," said White.
White becomes the second offensive line commit of signing day following the announcement of Cleveland (Ohio) four-star guard Aundrey Walker. Last week, the Trojans also closed with Scottsdale (Ariz.) four-star offensive guard Cyrus Hobbi.
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White, who had been committed to UCLA since the summer, was offered a scholarship by USC in September and appeared to be trailing in his recruitment throughout. Visiting USC this past weekend made the difference as White made the signing day flip.
White was recruited specifically by regional recruiter Kennedy Pola and offensive line coach James Cregg.
USCFootball.com will have more on White when it becomes available.