Gardena (Ca.) Junipero Serra defensive back Adoree' Jackson talks about his recruitment at The Opening with Wescott Eberts in an interview with SB Nation. He plans to take it all the way to National Signing Day. Jackson wants to also hone his skills at wide receiver and cornerback.
Bellflower (Ca.) St. John Bosco offensive lineman Damien Mama has been the second best offensive lineman so far. Mama talked recruiting and is taking his time with his decision, according to an interview he did with SB Nation.
The number one offensive line performer by the way? Lakewood (Ca.) Artesia offensive guard Toa Lobendahn.
Probably the most flexible of any prospect through his ankles and hips, Lobendahn is very athletic in his stance, but for an athletic prospect he showed a real physicality and punch. When he locked on to defenders, he kept his feet moving and finished the play. He may not have had a bad rep all day.
New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr athlete Speedy Noil has a top three of USC, Texas A&M and Florida. Noil posted one of the highest SPARQ scores ever at The Opening. He talked to SB Nation about his recruitment as well, where LSU is also attracting his attention.
Sparta (N.J.) Pope John XXIII tight end Ryan Izzo has USC in his top six along with Iowa, Wisconsin, and several others. USC was one of the first finalists he settled on.
Springdale (Ark.) defensive tackle Josh Frazier has a top five of Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Texas A&M and USC. Frazier was interviewed by SB Nation's Bud Elliott at The Opening.
Miami (Fl.) Central running back Dalvin Cook recapped his visit to USC ($). Cook is currently committed to Florida.
Carmel (In.) wide receiver/tight end Austin Roberts will not be visiting USC ($). Ohio State is considered a heavy favorite here.
Could New Orleans (La.) St. Augustine running back Leonard Fournette be open to a visit to USC ($)? LSU & Alabama remain the top two, although a Michigan visit is also possible.
2015 Shreveport (La.) defensive tackle T.D. Moton has USC in his top five.