Both teams feature similar high powered offenses with 4-WR sets and a single back although Hart is more of a run-n-shoot in the Mouse Davis mold while Los Alamitos has borrowed some of the option passing attack popularized a few years ago by Washington and Marques Tuiasosopo. Both play solid 4-3 defense.
Some players to watch include:
#24 Randy Estes (safety, running back) JR 6-2, 195
# 92 Christopher Cheri (defensive end) JR 6-2, 255
Los Al has already sent Bernard Riley and Mike Patterson to the Trojans and Cheri will be the next on our wish list.
#11 Jeremy Childs (wide receiver) SO 6-0, 175
His coaches say he has the size and maturity of Tony Hartley with the speed of Keenan Howry. He is going to be a good one.
Has over 100 catches in his career and will play Div. 1 football next year.
#25 Daniel Dykes (safety) JR 6-2, 190
Another talented junior with big time potential.
Sean Norton (quarterback) JR 6-1, 175
The next in line at the QB factory that has produced an All-CIF player every year since 1985.
Ryan Wolfe (wide receiver, cornerback) SO 6-1, 185
There are high hopes for this talented athlete and he will be a name to remember for the next three years.
Joe Bernardi (offensive line) SO 6-2, 230
Has terrific technique and will be a good one.
Cody Kase (linebacker, wide receiver) SR 6-3, 200
The Trojans took a look at Kase early in the recruiting process.
Chris Piligian (offensive guard) SR 6-5, 270Another player who got a look from the USC coaches.