’07 Recruiting Class Already Looking Nasty

According to the latest ESPN and Scout 2007 Recruit Rankings, USC’s class is already looking like another #1. Amongst the highlights of our early verbal commitments:

Marc Tyler – RB (ESPN #1, Scout #7)
Chris Galippo – LB (ESPN #2, Scout #14)
Marshall Jones – S (ESPN #9, Scout Top 200)
James Wilson – OL (ESPN #40, Scout #48)
Aaron Corp – QB (ESPN #51, Scout #68)

And those are just some of the current commitments — there are still the likes of stud RBs Noel Devine and Joe McKnight, top WRs Arrelious Benn and Terrance Toliver, blue-chip DBs Eric Berry and Ronald Johnson, and monster defensive linemen Marvin Austin, Martez Wilson, and Everson Griffen (just to name a few) all listing USC as one of the schools they’re considering. (The Fanhouse has a more thorough list of the tantalizing recruits considering joining the Class of 2007.)

To all of you kids out there, we’re not sure if we’re even allowed to address you directly without breaking NCAA rules — but if you’re reading this — trust us, you want to come to USC.

USC’s 2007 Recruiting Class Off to a Huge Head Start [The Fanhouse]
2007 Commitment List [USCfootball.com]
The ESPN 2007 Recruiting 150 [ESPN]
Top Recruits [Scout.com]

Kyle Bunch

Partnerships for R/GA Ventures. Raised in California, adopted by Texas. Opinions expressed here are mine and they are fantastic.

3 thoughts on “’07 Recruiting Class Already Looking Nasty

  1. wait till you see his little brother!!! i saw him on one play that went for six on the first carry “man” is all i can san about that! HE WANT’S TO FOLLOW HIS BIG BROTHER YEAH!

  2. USC is just plain gross. Even the waterboy is a blue-chip, probably the trainers too. All I can say is that its damn good to be a Trojan these days.

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