USC’s offered a basketball scholarship to guard Devearl Ramsey, an incoming freshman at Sierra Canyon in Chatsworth.
A few notable out-of-state players were seen on campus as they participate in the Rising Stars camp at USC.
Defensive end Jason Hatcher of Louisville, Kentucky, safety Jayron Kearse of Fort Myers, Fla., and defensive end Dee Liner of Muscle Shoals, Ala., were in attendance. Liner is committed to Auburn. Kearse likes USC and could also play receiver.
USC finished seventh in the final Directors’ Cup standings, which is presented to the nation’s top overall athletic program. Stanford finished first while UCLA was third among Pac-12 schools.
Offensive lineman Zach Banner was also spotted at Heritage Hall this afternoon as incoming freshman begin to trickle in for summer school.
New freshman tailback-wide receiver Nelson Agholor at Heritage Hall today.
Former USC defensive end Everson Grifffen is going to try to play linebacker for the Minnesota Vikings, who are looking to fix depth problems at the position.
USC president Max Nikias will hear four-team playoff proposals this afternoon along with other members of the Presidential Oversight Committee. The committee is scheduled to meet until a plan is selected for a college playoff.
USC graduate Jesse Williams, the current world champion in the high jump, finished fourth at the U.S. Olympic Trials but still made the Olympic team because third-place finisher Nick Ross did not have the Olympic “A” standard of 7 feet, 7 inches.
Meanwhile, former USC runner Duane Solomon finished third in the 800 meters to make the Olympic team.