USC Morning Buzz: Wide Receiver Competition Intense In First Week


Who is USC’s No 3 wide receiver? Is the No. 2 spot locked down by Darreus Rogers? There is a lot of uncertainty with so many candidates the first week but a few players have stood out.

Adoree Jackson, might be in the top three if not for the fact he might start at cornerback and is playing offense and defense.

“He has an unbelievable amount of talent,” wide receiers coach Tee Martin said. “He can handle the installation on offense and defense and it’s seamless.”

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  • El Siete already making excuses, citing the “down Numbers” as an excuse and we’re barely starting Summer ball!!!!

    what happened to NO EXCUSES???

    “only 67 schollie players”??? what about all the “Preferred” Walk Ons???
    that makes at LEAST 75 players available. or, over three complete squads on both offense and defense!!! sounds like enough to ME!!! El Siete is whining more than Kiff already!!!

    • B.Miller

      you know how many player USC has.. don’t pose it as a question…
      From schollie players to walk ons.. You know, because you love USC

  • Helen

    The coaches sure are building anticipation for Adoree Jackson – I hope he can live up to their hype.

    • B.Miller

      Agreed, Id like to see Adoree in the Nickel spot for now, rather than the CB spot..
      Hawkins and Shaw, appear to have it locked down,