Norman Updates His Recruitment

Culver City (Calif.) corner/receiver Stanley Norman landed an offer from Arizona State this weekend, and says that the Sun Devils and one other school are recruiting him hardest...

Stanley Norman is one of the top two-way players in the state and is currently rated the No. 40 player nationally in the 2015 Scout 100. He's a dynamic player on both sides of the ball and has the ability to play receiver or cornerback in college.

One school high on Norman's list is USC. The Trojans offered the athlete over the summer but made a coaching move over the weekend and fired former head coach Lane Kiffin.

"I think the move was for the best to be honest," Norman said. "Hopefully they turn the season around and gain some momentum and then hire a new coach and start all over again.

"I think with the right staff in place, USC is definitely going to be attractive to a lot of recruits. I'm very interested in who the new coach will be as well as what assistant coaches stay. Hopefully they'll still recruit me but we'll just have to see what happens."

Norman picked up his latest offer from the school partly responsible for Kiffin's sudden firing.

"Arizona State offered me Saturday night," Norman said. "That was a cool offer to get, ASU looked great and is an up and coming program. They have been recruiting me hard for a while now but had yet to offer so it was good to get it.

"I would say UCLA and ASU are coming at me the hardest right now and you can put Washington State up there as well. Right now, I'm enjoying the whole process and just looking forward to finishing off my junior year strong before moving on to the next phase."

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