I’ve already pointed out that quarterbacks Josh Rosen and Ricky Town are ranked among the top five players in the nation for the Class of 2015 and that David Sills (aka the Baby Quarterback) is not even ranked among the top 247 players by 247Sports.com.
So USC doesn’t want the top two quarterbacks in the country (both from Southern California) but wants someone ranked No. 21 in the nation among quarterbacks?
The question is what purpose did it serve USC to offer a seventh grader? Was it just a publicity grab from a first-year coach? It’s just something to remember when you hear someone tell you that coaches obviously know more than you do about recruiting.