Defensive lineman Keyshon Camp decommits from USC’s 2016 recruiting class


It doesn’t appear to be smooth sailing for USC on the way to signing day, Feb. 3.

Defensive lineman Keyshon Camp from Lake Gibson Senior High in Lakeland, Fla., announced his decommitment on Saturday. Camp made his commitment to USC last June.

“Thank you to my support system for the guidance and sitting down and discussing things with my family. We feel it would be best I decommit from USC and I will make my decision on national signing day,” Camp wrote on Twitter.


Camp’s decommitment came a day after he said he was offered a scholarship by Ohio State. He made official visits to USC and Michigan during the season.

Defensive lineman Keanu Saleapaga from La Mirada decommitted from USC earlier this month and receiver Velus Jones decommitted, then recommitted, over the weekend.

USC has 13 players committed in the 2016 class, seven of whom have enrolled in spring semester courses. The Trojans have seven scholarships available.

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