USC has been securing a lot of major commitments of late, but the latest commitment for Steve Sarkisian is pretty big for the Trojan program, as four-star DT Keyshon Camp announced on his Twitter page Saturday that he plans to head to USC.
— Mr.Tackle4️⃣Loss (@Camp_thatdude) June 27, 2015
Camp is a 6’3”, 269-pound defensive tackle from Lakeland, Florida (Lake Gibson High School). He currently ranks as the No. 170 player in the country according to 247sports.com and the No. 18 defensive tackle in the nation.
After visiting USC for the last three days, Camp decided to pull the trigger on Saturday after thinking things through. Yesterday, Sarkisian and the Trojans roped in another high-end prospect in four-star recruit Cary Angeline, a tight end from Pennsylvania.
In the last couple of weeks, Sarkisian saw two other key defensive lineman commit to the program in Liam Jimmons and Keanu Saleapaga. This brings the total number of commitments for USC’s 2016 class to 13. With these latest flurry of commitments, USC could be aiming for a top-10 class when it is all said and done.
Camp selected the Trojans over interest from Florida, Alabama, Miami, Kentucky, Oregon, UCLA, Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan and a host of others. If you recall, Camp previously was committed to Miami.