DB Jaydon Hill of Madison, AL Thursday announced a commitment to Florida. He picked the Gators over USC and Tennessee.
6-10 Jared Jones of Powder Springs, GA, included USC in his top ten he announced Thursday. Clemson, which also is one of his offers, did not make the cut. The others on the list are Northwestern, Mississippi State, Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, LSU, Harvard, Wake Forest, Minnesota and Georgetown.
Per GamecockCentral, Florida commit LB Tyron Hopper of Roswell, GA and formerly of Gaffney, plans to visit USC unofficially Saturday for the Georgia game. His decision made in late April came down to the Gamecocks and Gators.
2020 WR Jalin Hyatt of Dutch Fork was offered by Virginia.
2020 teammates Myles Tate and PJ Hall of Dorman plan to visit USC Saturday for Georgia game while visiting with the basketball staff.
5-7 PG Russell Jones of Westwood committed to Winthrop.
The Blue 57 Recruiting Network of Jacksonville, FL plans to bring several of its prospects to USC Sturday for the Georgia game. Those will include 2020 DB Fred Davis, 2020 WR Xavier McGriff, 2020 CB Jahquez Robinson who is committed to NC State, 2020 ATH Ethan Strickland, 2021 WR Larry Smith, 2021 QB Walt Simmons, 2021 QB Ridge Jacobs, 2021 DL Karlos Jackson, 2021 QB Tre Lawrence and 2023 ATH Treyaun Webb.
2020 DL Alex Huntley of Hammond plans to visit USC Saturday as does SAF Dedrrick Holmes of Evans, GA.
2020 DL Marquis Black of McDonough, GA plans to make an unofficial visit to USC Saturday for the Georgia game.
According to Chad Simmons of Rivals, DL Tyler Davis of Apopka, FL will take an official visit to Clemson next weekend for the Georgia Southern game.
DE Dallaz Corbitt (6-6 220) of Gray Military was offered by UCF. He also has offers from Coastal Carolina, Alabama A&M,Tulane and UMass. Corbitt also is a basketball prospect with offers from Hampton, North Carolina A&T, Towson and East Tennessee State. Corbitt visited Troy and he camped at USC and Clemson. He said USC also likes him for basketball after seeing him in camp. He would like to play both sports but if not he’ll focus on football. He attended Keenan his freshman season and 22 Feet Academy as a sophomore.