USC recruiting: Linebacker Jordan Iosefa commits to Trojans
After a lull in commitments, USC’s 2016 recruiting efforts are starting to show.
Linebacker Jordan Iosefa from St. Louis School in Hawaii has committed to the Trojans.
Iosefa’s commitment was first reported by Scout’s Greg Biggins.
USC coaches offered the 6-foot-2, 220-pound linebacker earlier this month after seeing him participate in the Maximum Exposure camp at the University of Hawaii.
Iosefa committed on the spot, Biggins reported.
Iosefa is the third linebacker to pick USC in the 2016 class.
Daelin Hayes, from Ann Arbor, Mich., and North Torrance’s Mique Juarez also are committed.
USC is expected to sign as many as four linebackers.
Here’s a look at USC’s 11 commitments:
Player, position, high school
Matt Fink, QB, Glendora
Velus Jones, WR, Saraland (Ala.)
Josh Imatorbhebhe, WR, Suwanee (Ga.) North Gwinnett
Melquise Stovall, RB, Lancaster Paraclete
Frank Martin, OL, Santa Ana Mater Dei
Nathan Smith, OL, Mesa
Keanu Saleapaga, DL, La Mirada
Liam Jimmons, DL, Huntington Beach
Daelin Hayes, LB, Ann Arbor (Michigan) Skyline
Mique Juarez, LB, North Torrance
Jordan Iosefa, LB, Honolulu (Hawaii) St. Louis School
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