USC Football: The Recruits Who Will Save Lane Kiffin's Job Beyond 2013 (Part 2)

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USC Football: The Recruits Who Will Save Lane Kiffin's Job Beyond 2013 (Part 2)
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Ed Orgeron (USC Recruiting Coordinator)

With most of the work done on the 2013 high school recruiting class, Lane Kiffin and his staff are looking beyond this year to the 2014 players who can help the Trojans down the road.

Having already secured three verbal commitments from next year's class, USC is offering a variety of prospective Trojans, many of whom are national prospects, as the coaching staff uses their "national reach" in an attempt to sway these young players to come west.

In part one of this ongoing series, we looked at those three verbally committed players—all offensive linemen—and a couple of other high-profile recruits.

Now we will highlight the next batch of prep players that Kiffin hopes will get the Trojans back on track after a disastrous 2012 season.

It's never too early to get a head start on recruiting as evidenced by the bevy of offers extended by USC and, as fans, it is never too early to learn about them so let's get started...

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