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USC Football: Trojans Commit Earns Major Award For Second Time In High School Career

USC's 2024 commit earns well-deserved award

The 2024 USC Trojans recruiting class is ranked in the top 20, according to 247Sports. Although it's not where the program would like to be, they still have a flurry of talent set to make a name for themselves next season. 

One of the players set to take the nation by storm is 2024 wide receiver commit and Los Angeles product Ryan Pellum. Pellum hails from Long Beach, California, and has made a name for himself at Millikan High School — so much so that the senior receiver was named the Moore League Player of the Year. 

This is the second time in his high school career he was named player of the year. The Moore League is a high school sports league in SoCal with high schools from the Long Beach Unified School District and Compton High School, where many top prospects emerge. 

Pellum committed to USC in June of this year. He stands at 5-foot11, 170 pounds, and is a four-star recruit. The wide receiver is ranked as the 29th wide receiver in his class, 184th in the nation, and 17th best player in California. 

California is a hotbed for football talent, and with his abilities and skillset, all signs point to Pellum being a great addition to the Cardinal Red and Gold.