USC Football Recruiting: Recapping Key Visits from the Weekend of January 19th

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USC Football Recruiting: Recapping Key Visits from the Weekend of January 19th
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As weekends go, this one will be the biggest for USC's football recruiting in 2013.

The Trojans will be welcoming 12 high profile recruits to the southland and while many of them are already committed to USC, there are others that Lane Kiffin and his crew would dearly love to sign.

Like many recruiting trips, some of these players are just out for a free trip while others are giving the Trojans a long look before making up their minds as to where they will spend their college careers.

One recruit who won't be on USC's campus this weekend is Mater Dei high school tight end, Thomas Duarte, who recently gave a verbal commitment to UCLA and said he is firm in that pledge.

Of course, the fact that Duarte wasn't offered a Trojan scholarship and would be facing a cadre of talented players at his position at USC may have also had something to do with his cancelling the trip, but that is another story.

This slideshow will look at six players who have yet to commit to a program and are checking USC out this weekend to see how they fit into their plans.

Along the way, updates and odds of the players signing with the Trojans will be offered.

Can USC finish with a bang and deliver more quality recruits to an already stellar class?

Let's find out.


Note: Odds of a player signing with USC is based on the player's interest in the program, USC's need for that player and other information which may lend itself to evaluating the likelihood of his committing to the Trojans.

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