The Opening: Josh Imatorbhebhe highlights

USC wide receiver commit Josh Imatorbhebhe shows why the USC coaching staff recruited him from across the country.

Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett four-star wide receiver and USC commit Josh Imatorbhebhe showed off his skills at The Opening. 

The big, athletic Imatorbhebhe finished in the top-10 in SPARQ testing in Beaverton, but injured his hamstring running the 40-yard dash during the finals. The injury kept Imatorbhebhe out of the seven-on-seven competition for the first day, but he was able to come back during the playoff and make a significant impact. He was a favorite target of top-ranked quarterback Shea Patterson, especially in the red zone.

Check out these highlights of Imatorbhebhe as he performs at The Opening.

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