Andy Enfield and the USC Trojans got a nice gift to start the month of July, as four-star 2018 guard Kevin Porter tweeted he would be committing to the Trojans.
We to LA ✌ 's UP #TrojanFAMILY ‼️ pic.twitter.com/9WSGVaO2Ik— Kevin Porter Jr (@Kid_Groovy) July 2, 2017
Porter, from Rainer Beach, Washington, had a final six made up entirely of Pac-12 schools.
Porter becomes USC’s third commit in the class of 2018 already, and their second four-star player. As a result, USC’s class of 2018 currently ranks eighth on 247Sports. The last time the Trojans boasted a top 10 class was in 2007, headlined by OJ Mayo.
As far as Porter’s on-court impact, it’ll likely be pretty significant. While USC may lose a player or two to the NBA Draft after this season, Porter should be able to slide right in and start right away.
You can a highlight video featuring Porter’s scoring abilities below.
The Trojans are currently out of scholarships for 2018-19, but they likely won’t stop recruiting. If a high-caliber player wants to come to Los Angeles, Enfield will find a way to make it work.