The USC Trojans are hard at work finding a replacement in this class for quarterback decommit Matt Corral, who is now primarily considering SEC powerhouses like Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
Let’s take a look at potential new quarterbacks that could fit in Heritage Hall. Chris Swanson of Rivals details all the possibilities.
- Utah Utes QB commit Jack Tuttle is definitely being pursued. All signs are that he is happy with Utah.
- UCLA Bruins quarterback commit Dorian Thompson-Robinson is considering USC as a potential back-up possibility, but that might entirely depend on the stability of the program he’s with.
- Tennessee Volunteers quarterback commit Adrian Martinez has expressed interest in visiting.
The 6-foot-3, 198-pound quarterback will likely visit the USC campus sometime this summer.
Martinez told Rivals the recruiting process can be unpredictable.
“In the world of recruiting, you never know what can happen,” Martinez said. “I think it couldn’t hurt to visit and check things out and hear them out, if they had anything to offer to me. So you never really know how these things will go. I’ll play it day by day at this point.”
- Two other quarterbacks worth mentioning according to Swanson: Washington Huskies quarterback commit Jacob Sirmon, and North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback commit Tyler Shough.