The USCFootball.com War Room gives you an in-depth evaluation at how the USC commits performed at The Opening plus Coliseum naming rights and the latest on Todd McNair vs. the NCAA.
More details of what is inside:
We have detailed evaluations of the seven USC commits who were performing at The Opening.
Some interesting news this week on five-star quarterback Shea Patterson and an alleged trip to Los Angeles.
The latest on cornerback Jordan Parker and what his de-commitment from UCLA means for the Trojans.
Speaking of defensive backs, we take a look at who the top Trojan targets are for corners and safeties going forward.
Are the Trojans still in good standing for Bishop Amat five-star wide out Tyler Vaughns?
The real story behind what USC is doing regarding naming rights for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Some of the talented USC freshmen defensive backs are experiencing growing pains during summer workouts.
Our thoughts on what the newly released documentation in the Todd McNair case means for the NCAA and USC going forward.
Update on USC basketball recruiting for the class of 2016.
How deep is the Trojan connection to the MLB All-Star Game?
Plus plenty more!
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