The USC Trojans will be enrolling five players early so that they'll be available for spring practice.
With USC losing several key contributors at multiple positions, it's essential that USC hits on every one of them. Who is coming to the USC Trojans in the spring to compete for starting time immediately? Here's the list of early enrollees who will compete in the spring and get their chance to start early.
Max Browne, the top pro-style quarterback in the country from Skyline in Sammamish, Washington. He's also the top Washington recruit overall.
Su'a Cravens, the top safety in the country and the top California recruit from Vista Murrieta in Marrieta, California.
Justin Davis, one of the top running backs in the country from Lincoln in Stockton, California.
Chris Hawkins, one of the top cover corners in the country, hailing from Rancho Cucamonga, California.
Kylie Fitts, an excellent defensive end who will fit in up front in the rotation from Redlands, California.
So if you're counting, you have recruits that fill important positions of need for Lane Kiffin at multiple spots. Quarterback, running back, the secondary, and along the edge of the defensive line are all cleared up. There are plenty of other spots that need to be filled, and USC has to go through and fix up all of them.