Carradine to visit USC

San Gorgonio junior wide receiver/defensive back Anthony Carradine is going to take an unofficial visit to USC next weekend for its game against Notre Dame, according to a call placed by Carradine’s dad. The 5-foot-11, 175-pound Carradine and the Spartans will start what they hope to be a long playoff run tonight when they play at Chino Hills in the first-round of the CIF-SS Central Division playoffs.

  • Socal High School Insider (Inland Empire)

    Anthony Carradine of San Gorgonio High School will be making an unofficial vist today to USC. This opportunity say a lot about Carradine’s skills being that he is coming from a run first football program, but when you have 0 droped balls on the season, good things are bound to happen like consideration from the #1 football program in college football. Now I went to over 5 of San G.’s football games and what I don’t understand is how the coaching staff didn’t create more opportunities to get the ball into Carradine hands more. I watch them throw to other WR’s alot and saw them drop wide open TD’s passes. Hopefully the coaching staff at San G. takes notices to what they have in Carradine cause USC is now watching him. On friday night at the game between San G. and Chino Hills, San G.’s coaching staff only called 1 play for Carradine to touch the ball and he almost went to the end zone but the ref said he step out of bounds.Other times he would be wide open and the QB wouldn’t even look his way. I took note to the fact the the coaching staff made no adjustment to correct that. One touch for the only player on your team who is getting recurited by Pete and USC. Thats say a lot about your play calling. Maybe San G. coaches know more then Pete C.? NOT! lol