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USC Trojans lands talents like Frank Martin, Cary Angeline, Jordan Iosefa

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The Trojans have a load of offensive talent all stockpiled in the latest class. Here's a look at some of the signees they got.

National Signing Day 2016: 4-star TE Cary Angeline signs with USC
[Conquest Chronicles]: "Angeline is a consensus four-star prospect, and is rated the 10th best tight end prospect, per the 247Sports Composite rankings. The 6'7, 230 pounder from Exton, PA boosted offers from virtually every other major college football program, including Ohio State, Alabama, Oregon and others. Penn State, Florida State and Notre Dame were some of the biggest rivals to USC, but in the end, the Trojans were able to win the day."

2016 National Signing Day: USC welcomes athletic OL from Mater Dei [JulianLopez, Conquest Chronicles]: "Martin can redshirt in 2016 and then compete for a starting spot in 2017 as the Trojans bring back all five starting offensive lineman from last year. But as we saw a lot in 2015, the Trojans struggled to keep quarterback Cody Kessler on his feet and Clay Helton and company will not shy away from subbing in and out offensive lineman. Martin is ranked as the number one offensive guard according to Scout but can play both guard and tackle at USC."

National Signing Day 2016: 3-star LB Jordan Iosefa signs with USC [Conquest Chronicles]: "Iosefa had initially committed after attending camp and receiving a scholarship offer in June 2015. Though he is considered undersized for an edge player, he made 34 tackles this year in his senior season at St. Louis High School, his only season at the school after transferring from the public Waipahu High School."