It looks like Alabama suffered another tough loss. Quarterback Ricky Town decommitted from the Crimson Tide earlier in the day Saturday, and he is set to join Steve Sarkisian at USC after visiting the Trojans for the second weekend in a row, per Blair Angulo of ESPN.com.
It might not be a coincidence that Ricky Town (Ventura, Calif./St. Bonaventure), the No. 2-rated pocket passer in the 2015 class, decommitted from Alabama while visiting USC for a second consecutive weekend.
If it wasn't clear before, it is now: USC head coach Steve Sarkisian has his top target at quarterback.
This was after Town had tweeted out his decommitment, saying "Today I have de-committed from Alabama. It was an honor to get to know Coach Saban and the Alabama fans. Thank you!"
Fight On 247 had a full statement from Town. In it he said:
"I knew after those meetings that USC is where I want to be. The coaches are upbeat, focused and committed to winning and I completely believe in them. I chose USC because of the tradition, the academics and the incredible coaching staff. This is an amazing opportunity to be a part of something really special."
Town is currently the ninth best player in the Rivals Class of 2015 and the No. 2 quarterback recruit. The St. Bonaventure High School product is a 6-foot-4 pro-style prospect. His highlights show good touch on short routes and the ability to make longer throws as well. This is obviously a huge coup for the new USC coach.