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USC's Ed Orgeron shows off Photoshop skills in recruiting sales pitch

By Zac Ellis

Ed Orgeron has a message for recruits in the state of Florida: We want you at USC.

https://twitter.com/CoachOUSC/status/342298507924869120

Orgeron, the Trojans' defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator, tweeted a graphic with the heading "Florida to USC" on Wednesday. The illustration features the names of several current and former Trojans from the Sunshine State. The list includes former wide receiver Mike Williams, former linebacker Keith Rivers, former defensive back Nickell Robey and current wideout Nelson Agholor.

Orgeron deserves credit for a professionally done graphic, especially in an offseason where Florida assistant coaches have taken the power of Microsoft Paint and Photoshop to new heights with their memorable works of art.

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