Fitts is USC's most recent commit, and, like the previous three, he could see playing time early in his USC career.
The 4-star defensive end grew up a fan of the Trojans, and after yet another impressive visit to Troy for the spring game over the weekend, Fitts decided to pull the trigger on a verbal commitment.
Fitts prides himself on his technique, which is well above average for someone still in high school. He doesn't have the speed to be a pure pass rusher, but he makes up for that with his solid run-stopping skills.
Fitts is also versatile enough to play multiple positions along the defensive line, and if he strengthens his lower body and adds some mass to his 6'4" 250 lbs frame, he could potentially slide inside and play tackle for the Trojans.
Like so many others on this list, Fitts plans to early enroll at USC in December, which will allow him to get a leg up on the playbook and his other competition.
Fitts may not be as physically ready as Bigelow is to step in and shine right away, but a year or so in Aaron Ausmus' strength and conditioning program could change that. Look for Fitts to use his extra time on campus in the winter to bulk up and prepare himself for early competition along the defensive line come Spring 2013.