There's no doubting that wherever Cravens decides to go, he will be the prize of that school's recruiting class.
The five-star safety is currently ranked as the fifth-best prospect nationally, regardless of position, by Rivals.com.
While the Los Angeles Times is reporting that Cravens has set official visits, indicating that he plans on taking his time with a decision, WeAreSC.com's Garry Paskwietz has stated that he sees the Vista Murrietta, Calif., standout as candidate for early enrollment.
Cravens has had the Trojans near the top of his list since the outset of his recruitment and that hasn't changed.
Cravens made the short trip from Murietta to Los Angeles last weekend for USC's practice at the Coliseum and was able to spend quality time with members of the coaching staff during his visit.
While it's still unclear whether Cravens is close to a decision, it has been well documented that he has developed a strong relationship with other Trojan targets and commits including Browne, Chris Hawkins, safety Max Redfield and Ty Isaac.
In 2012 we saw California form the "Cal Gang," a group of top-level prospects who all verbally committed to the Golden Bears, only to see it disband when ace-recruiter Tosh Lupoi bolted for Washington.
In 2013, with so many high-level recruits, including Cravens, holding heavy interest in the Trojans, a "USC Gang" put together by Lane Kiffin and company is not out of the realm of possibility.