These football recruits have said they will sign with USC


Here is a look at who has committed to USC’s 2017 class:

Player, position, height, weight, school, comment:

Bubba Bolden; S; 6-2; 200; Las Vegas Bishop Gorman HS

After committing to USC in December 2015, he announced seven months later that he would reconsider his options. He recommitted during a the broadcast of the Army All-American Bowl.


Stephen Carr; RB; 6-0; 200; Fontana Summit HS

In March 2015, he became the first player to announce his commitment to USC as part of the 2017 class.

Hunter Echols; DL; 6-4; 230; Los Angeles Cathedral HS

Committed to UCLA before he switched to USC.

Juliano Falaniko; LB; 6-4; 200; Pago Pago A.S. Leon HS

Would be the first player to enroll at USC from an American Samoan high school since defensive lineman Travis Tofi in 2002.

Je’Quari Godfrey; CB; 6-2; 175; Oakland Bishop O’Dowd HS

He was committed to California for eight months before switching to USC.

Randal Grimes; WR; 6-5; 210; Las Vegas Desert Pines HS

Filling in at quarterback for a game last season, Grimes completed five of six passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns.

Damon Johnson; LS; 6-0; 205; Citrus College

The former Glendora High star did not play football last season.

Tayler Katoa; LB; 6-2; 225; Layton (Utah) HS

Played quarterback, defensive end and linebacker in high school.

Erik Krommenhoek; TE; 6-5; 235; Danville Monte Vista HS

Parents attended UCLA.

Terrance Lang; DL; 6-7; 265; Pasadena Maranatha HS

Also a basketball player, he has played football for just two seasons.

Jacob Lichtenstein; DL; 6-5; 240; Weston (Fla.) Cyprus Bay HS

Chose USC from among more than 30 scholarship offers.

Marlon Tuipulotu; DL; 6-2; 295; Independence (Ore.) Central HS

He was committed to Washington for nine months before switching to USC.

Jalen McKenzie; OL; 6-5; 305; Concord Clayton Valley HS

The son of Raiders General Manager Reggie McKenzie; older brother Kahlil plays at Tennessee.

Brett Neilon; OL; 6-2; 275; Santa Margarita HS

Former USC offensive lineman Max Tuerk, now with the Chargers, also attended Santa Margarita.

Brandon Pili; DL; 6-4; 310; Portland (Ore.) Westview HS

From Anchorage, Alaska, but played senior season in Oregon to gain exposure.

Isaiah Pola-Mao; S; 6-4; 190; Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe HS

Pola-Mao is the nephew of former USC All-American and eight-time NFL Pro Bowl safety Troy Polamalu.

Jack Sears; QB; 6-3; 205; San Clemente HS

Committed to Duke before settling on USC. Followed Trojans quarterback Sam Darnold as San Clemente’s quarterback. Passed for 2,602 yards and 37 touchdowns with six interceptions and rushed for 1,135 yards and nine touchdowns for a team that won a state championship.

Alijah Vera-Tucker; OL; 6-4; 290; Oakland Bishop O’Dowd HS

Chose USC from among offers from Nebraska, Oregon, Texas A&M and Washington.

Andrew Vorhees; OL; 6-6; 290; Kingsburg (Calif.) HS

Played on the offensive and defensive line in high school.

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