SAD NEWS: Just In Texas Longhorns missed out on the pursuit for another stand-out 4-star LB

Recruitment has been one of the most important strategies for the USC football program to maintain its competitive advantage. The Trojans are entering a new era of competitiveness by joining the Big Ten Conference, and they must adjust to compete with the talent in the Midwest. Coach Lincoln Riley has outperformed other programs in terms of recruiting athletes straight out of high school. Their latest triumph? Matai Tagoa’i of San Clemente had just confirmed his pledge.

USC Future Impact: Matai Tagao'i

Teams such as the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns have been aggressively targeting Matai Tagoa’i. The San Clemente standout, however, was drawn to the USC football team because it was unusual. He revealed it in his most recent statement, via Greg Biggins of 247 Sports.

“There were many reasons why I chose USC. Matai Tagoa’i praised the new defensive staff’s culture adjustment.

He then went on to highlight the specific aspects of the USC football program that drew him there.

“I instantly developed a great relationship with coaches D’Anton Lynn and Matt Entz; I like the defense they’re bringing in and how well I fit into their scheme. I believe I can be a valuable addition, and the staff did an excellent job demonstrating how they intend to employ me, so I’m very pleased,” the four-star linebacker stated.

“There were many reasons why I chose USC. Matai Tagoa’i praised the new defensive staff’s culture adjustment.

He then went on to highlight the specific aspects of the USC football program that drew him there.

“I instantly developed a great relationship with coaches D’Anton Lynn and Matt Entz; I like the defense they’re bringing in and how well I fit into their scheme. I believe I can be a valuable addition, and the staff did an excellent job demonstrating how they intend to employ me, so I’m very pleased,” the four-star linebacker stated.

 

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