Exton (Pa.) four-star tight end Cary Angeline has seen a lot of changed in the school he is committed to the past two months, but his commitment to that school has not changed.
Sunday, Angeline flew back to Pennsylvania already looking forward to his return trip to USC in June.
“Getting around the players and some of the guys I’ll be enrolling with was a highlight,” said Angeline. “I just wanted to see how i fit in, and I definitely fit in. I’m excited to be out here.
“This is it for me. I have no other visits planned.”
Angeline unofficially visited USC last spring and committed over the summer. Since then, he has seen the entire coaching staff fired, take promotions at other schools or change the positions they coach.
Despite this, Clay Helton’s plans for Angeline moving forward have not changed.
“I got to meet Coach Tyson Helton and Coach [John] Baxter for the first time,” said Angeline. “I had meetings with both of them and it went great.
“They showed me how they plan on using me and it was a good visit overall. Coach Baxter will probably be the tight ends coach, and I also watched film of Western Kentucky with Coach Helton.
“They used the tight ends a bunch there, so that really helped. I would say that USC plans on being a pro-style team that still uses the up-tempo, no-huddle offense. I don’t see them doing anything drastically different with their offense in terms of personnel.”
Overall, the visit to Los Angeles just reinforced everything Angeline felt about USC when he committed last summer.
“I fell in love with it last spring, which is why I committed then,” said Angeline. “I feel real comfortable on the campus and around the players.”
Angeline also looks forward to playing with some of the highly touted recruits visiting USC with him this weekend.
“I was around the Juco kid from Pennsylvania (Kyzir White), Rashan Gary and Connor Murphy this weekend,” said Angeline. “I want to win some national championships and I think they can be a big part of that.
“I think we’ll end up getting some big commits here forward signing day.”