USC recruiting update: Recruits attend Wednesday’s practice

Ricky Town
Ricky Town, shown against Santa Margarita in September 2012, is a quarterback from St. Bonaventure High.
(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Southland high schools were out of session Wednesday, allowing recruits to attend USC’s midday practice.

Ventura St. Bonaventure quarterback Ricky Town, who signed a financial-aid agreement and will enroll in January, attended practice for the second time this month.

Mission Hills Alemany running back Dominic Davis and Pasadena Muir cornerback Taeon Mason, who have committed to USC, also attended.

Anaheim Servite receiver Equanimeous St. Brown and Los Angeles Salesian linebacker Kevin Scott were also at practice.


St. Brown was joined by his younger brother, Osiris, who is a 2017 recruit.

Class of 2016 recruits included: La Puente Bishop Amat cornerback Trevon Sidney and receiver Tyler Vaughns, Santa Ana Mater Dei receiver A.J. Collins, Westlake Village Westlake receiver Theo Howard and Los Angeles Verbum Dei linebacker Davir Hamilton.

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