Is USC still in it for Robertson?
USC has been wildly successful recruiting Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco offensive linemen in the past two years, receiving commitments from 2013 Bosco four-star Nico Falah and 2014 five-star Damien Mama. Will 2015 continue the trend? Right now, it seems that if three-star offensive tackle Zach Robertson is going to stay in Los Angeles, there's a better chance he ends up at UCLA rather than USC. Robertson tells Scout that although he has yet to narrow his list, which grew to ten offers Tuesday, he is being recruited hardest by UCLA and Arizona State coaches. Robertson says he currently has no plans for camps or unofficial visits this summer. USC currently has two 2015 offensive tackles committed in Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern's Chuma Edoga and Los Angeles (Calif.) Windward's Roy Hemsley. The Trojans plan to take up to four offensive linemen in the 2015 class. Get in the discussion with other USC fans in the Fight On! SC Insiders Forum
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