Quarterback Matt Corral, the five-star who is now at Long Beach Poly, has decommitted from USC. He is looking at Alabama, Florida and Georgia, among other schools. This does not surprise in the least. In February, I mentioned the possibility he would never arrive. “I did decommit from USC,” Corral said in a statement to USA Today. “I have a lot of love for the Heltons and the USC football program.
By Scott Wolf@InsideUSC on Twitterswolf@scng.comLong Beach Poly quarterback Matt Corral, who is ranked one of the top 10 players in the nation, said Saturday he was no longer committed to USC. “I did decommit from USC,” Corral said in a statement to USA Today. “I have a lot of love for (USC coaches Clay and Tyson Helton) and the USC football program.
Five USC recruits and players were selected Wednesday on the final day of the major-league baseball draft. The Trojans will be worried about whether they get to see outfielder Je’Von Carrier-Ward of Gahr High in Cerritos next season after he was selected in the 12th round by the Milwaukee Brewers. Carrier-Ward is the nephew of former USC safety Mark Carrier. USC shortstop Frankie Rios was selected in the 17th round by the Boston Red Sox. Rios led USC with a .354 average and 33 runs.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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