Jan 16th recruiting weekend

It will be a critical recruiting weekend for the Trojans as several top prospects remaining on the wish list will be taking an official visit and those players will be joined by a few of the recruits who have already given a verbal commitment to USC. Click below for a look at who will be on the trip:

Rocky Hinds (QB) St Bernard High School
Considered a strong lean to the Trojans at this point. Has also considered UCLA, Washington, Notre Dame and Cal but USC has been the team to beat throughout the process.

Cameron Colvin (WR) DeLaSalle High School
Cameron has publicly narrowed his list to three schools (USC, Michigan and Miami) with the Trojans and Wolverines considered the top choices. This visit will go a long way in his final decision.

Michael Stuart (WR) Westlake High School
A big wide receiver who was lightly recruited when offered a scholarship by the Trojans. Since that time Michael has established himself as one of the best two way players in the state.

Chilo Rachal (OL) Dominguez High School
Chilo gave a verbal to the Trojans last summer. He continues to say he is solid with his commitment but is also taking trips to schools such as Washington.

Eugene Germany (DL) Pomona High School
Considered a two team race with USC and Michigan as the two favorites. His Pomona HS teammate Keston Cheatem chose Michigan but Eugene says that won't have any effect on his decision.

Lawrence Miles (DL) La Quinta High School
Miles gave a verbal commit to the Trojans in November but will take trips this month to Washington and ASU.

Jimmy Miller (DL) Westlake High School
Miller will begin his Trojan career on the d-line after also starring as a tight end for the 14-0 Westlake Warriors. He and teammate Michael Stuart are also playing for the Westlake basketball team.

Jeff Schweiger (DL) Valley Christian High School
The top defensive end in the nation gave his verbal to USC at the Army All-Star game where he impressed with his play on the field. He's going to be a good one.

Brandon Breazell (DB) Edison High School
Brandon plays for former Trojan defensive back Tim McDonald, who also played for Pete Carroll with the 49'ers, and Brandon is a good athlete who is long, lanky and has good hips. The Trojans need corner prospects and he will get a look.

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