Just like in sports, when it comes to recruiting, you win some, you lose some. The Scout staff takes a look at what players we expected big things from, who never lived up to the hype.
August 12, 2016
Whitney Lewis, a Class of 2003 signee from St. Bonaventure HS, decided earlier this summer to transfer from USC to continue his playing career elsewhere. His mother, Sherri Laws, asked us to post this open letter from her and Whitney.
"I've talked to both <b>Matt Ware</b> and <b>Kevin Harbour</b> from UCLA," said Los Angeles FB <b>George Hypolite</b>. "They both went to Loyola and they both say that I need to do what is best for me. They don't want me to choose UCLA unless it's a good fit for me.<P>
"From the schools outside of Calif, I'd say Oklahoma is recruiting me the hardest..."
Click below for a recap of Spring Ball 2004. All in all it was a good spring, one that leaves no doubt the Trojans will deserve mention among the top teams in the country heading into the season:
The wide receiver position coming into this spring is a good news/bad news situation for the Trojans. Click below for a look at this all-important spot as we try to replace two of the best receivers in school history:
Signing Day 2003 has come and gone, but there has been no rest for the weary. Recruiting is a year-round job and, once one year is finished, you jump right back on the saddle to start the evaluation process all over again.
Signing Day 2003 has come and gone, but there has been no rest for the weary. Recruiting is a year-round job and, once one year is finished, you jump right back on the saddle to start the evaluation process all over again. It's now June 30 and, after countless hours of film watching, Nike Camps, and spring practice, it's time to unveil the first edition of TheInsiders.com prospect rankings and our <a href="
http://recruiting.theinsiders.com/3/2004_fb101.html">National Hot 100</a>.