More offers went out from USC on Tuesday including highly recruited TE Dominick Wood-Anderson (6-5 245) of Arizona Western JC where he was a teammate last season of Gamecock signee Kesian Nixon. Anderson also has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Arizona State, Ole Miss, TCU, East Carolina, Oregon, Louisville, Tennessee and others. He has a visit to Alabama set for April 4th. Anderson has three years to play two.
USC also offered ATH Andrew Cunningham (6-0 205) of Tampa, a prospect former Gamecock quarterback Stephen Garcia knows about and approves of. He can play safety or running back. Cunningham also has offers from Louisville, Kentucky, Oregon State, Arizona State, Purdue, Memphis and others.
Also getting a USC offer was ATH Alontae Taylor (6-0 182) of Manchester, TN. He’s a Tennessee commitment who also has offers from Florida, Georgia, Michigan, LSU, Stanford and others.
Also this week, USC offered RB Jashaun Corbin (6-1 186) of Melbourne, FL. “I was really excited when they offered, and I really like South Carolina, their atmosphere, the coaches and the tradition that they have. They my big play ability and everything that I have to offer, my speed, hands, vision.” Last season Corbin rushed for over 1100 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also caught 25 passes. He rushed for over 1800 yards and 22 touchdowns as a sophomore. Clemson also is showing interest. “I really like Clemson a lot and they have a great interest in me.” His only visit thus far has been to Florida State. Corbin also has offers from Notre Dame, LSU, Michigan and Florida.
LB Dax Hollifield of Shelby, NC confirmed tonight he will visit USC Friday for a spring practice.
USC QB target Joe Milton of Orlando was offered Tuesday by Florida.
2019 QB Kennique Bonner-Steward (6-4 195) of Fayetteville, NC visited USC Tuesday. “I loved the atmosphere and how things were being run. I met with Coach Bentley and we talked summer camps and the days he wanted me to come back to see me on the field for a physical evaluation. At the moment I have no offers but I am expecting to turn heads this summer and I will be back to USC in June for one of the camps.” Steward said other schools are showing interest but the USC visit was his first.