Is There A Point To 8th-Grade Offers?

Everyone remembers the Baby Quarterback (David Sills), who offered at a tender age and then committed to USC. He was subsequently dropped by Steve Sarkisian. But what about Nathan Tilford? He was the wide receiver-turned-tailback who USC offered in the eighth grade back in 2013. Three weeks ago, he signed with Arizona. So what was the point of that eighth-grade offer again?

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  • Ignore_the_trolls

    Pointless.
    Now… any news on a RB coach?

    • David Keeling

      Agree…. and what about the next RB coach? Bring in McNair and rub it in the NCAA’s face!

  • Sas

    Tilford is a great get for Arizona. I had hoped SC signed him.

  • Still Doing the Rav Dance

    Have to agree with Wolf on this one. It’s difficult to see anybody who benefits from publicity stunts like this.

  • 04Trojan

    “Baby” who? What? Flow, enlighten me here.

  • jim

    I guess just to get your foot in the door.

  • Old Trojans never die

    My guess is it’s a publicly stunt. Kind of like priming the pump. I doubt anyone expects the kid to commit in four years.

  • 88 Straight

    Well, it gives them time to get their academics in order.

  • Eastern Ave.

    The magic 8 ball says… “Concentrate and ask again”

  • Mrhawaii

    If Kiffin love is in the air, can spring be far behind?