McFoy ready for USC visit

Chino (Calif.) safety Ryan McFoy has had one school in mind from the beginning of his recruitment. Although McFoy has enjoyed trips to Arizona State and Utah, it is ultimately USC that holds the upper hand.

McFoy had a stellar senior season from his safety position, racking up roughly 70 tackles and five interceptions on the season. Although things have been relatively quiet on the recruiting front for McFoy, SC has managed to keep in touch with one member of his family.

"I haven't really spoken with the SC coaches much recently, but I know my dad has been talking with them."

McFoy has already taken recruiting trips to Utah and Arizona State, and will head to USC this weekend for his third and final official visit.

"I really want to talk to a lot of the coaches, basically to see where I fit in. To see if I'm going to get a scholarship or not. I believe they are recruiting me to play free safety. I pretty much already know how everything is, cause my brother already goes there."

Although SC's remaining scholarships are fading fast, McFoy has been approached about becoming a possible grey shirt.

"I guess that's a possibility, but I really don't know. I'm not sure if that's the case, but I'm really looking to play."

McFoy had scheduled his final visit to Oregon the week following his USC visit, but now claims that he will not make the trip.

"No, I don't think I'm going to take the trip to Oregon anymore. I talked to the coaches and they said they only have one scholarship remaining, and they are waiting on someone."

One of the major setbacks to McFoy's recruitment has been his SAT scores, but remains optimistic regarding his make-up.

"I'm retaking them on the 28th of January. I'm going for a 900, but I believe what I need is an 840. Yes sir, I'm confident I'll reach that."

Throughout the recruiting process, McFoy has had a steady list of three schools at the top.

"My top three are USC, ASU, and Utah."

When asked what set SC apart from the other two, he responded,

"I like SC cause the way the coaches are with their players. They practice hard, but they still have fun."

After McFoy's visit to SC this weekend, he will sit down and decide which college he will be attending.

"After this weekend's trip, I should make my decision." Top Stories