One week to go

It's getting down to crunch time for the Trojans with only a week to go before signing day and there are still plenty of top players available for the coaches to firm up. The following is a listing of players who have yet to publically confirm and the status of their recruitment:

RB

Lorenzo Booker

Will decide between USC, ND, UW and FSU. The Trojans have just as good a shot as anybody here with the added advantage of being the home school. A decision is expected on signing day.

Hershel Dennis

Narrowed his choices to USC, Oregon and UCLA after committing to Pete Carroll during his Trojan visit. Could announce as early as Sunday.

OL

Winston Justice

What can you say about the wild ride that has been the recruiting experience for Winston Justice this year. To the best of my knowledge he will decide between USC, UCLA, Tennessee and Florida but who really knows what he is thinking. Winston has verbally committed several times to the USC coaches.

Fred Matua

Will choose between USC, UCLA, Notre Dame and Oklahoma. The coaches have talked to Fred about coming in as an OG but he could also end up on the DL. Is expected to announce on signing day.

DL

Ricky Parker

At this point is considered a solid verbal to ASU.

Darius Sanders

No offer has been made.

DB

Aaron Miller

The top corner the coaches would love to add. Aaron will choose from Oklahoma, USC and UCLA with a final announcement coming on Friday. The USC coaches made up a lot of ground during a recent in home visit but will it be enough?

Pat Watkins

The talented safety obviously has some serious interest in the Trojans and there are rumors that he told several USC players during his visit that he wanted to come. His parents would prefer he remain closer to home and the Trojans will fight hometown Florida State as well as Georgia.

ATH

Darnell Bing

Darnell could star at either DB or RB in his college career and he is another player who told Pete Carroll that he would be a Trojan while on his recent official visit.  Is publically saying a decision will be between USC, Oregon and Washington.


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