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Your USC Trojans have added another intriguing prospect to their 2024 freshman class.

Shooting guard Liam Campbell has informed Joe Tipton of On3 that he is foregoing offers from Santa Clara, Stanford, Washington State, St. Mary's and Utah State to head to Galen Center next season.

The 6'4" swingman out of Idaho's Owyhee High School is considered the No. 23 shooting guard among his senior class, per On3's Industry Rankings. According to Zack Armstrong of KTVB7 Idaho, Campbell is considered a top-80 prospect in the country.

“I chose USC because I want to be apart of a winning program who can develop me into a great player while fighting to win a National Championship,” Campbell told Tipton. “For the Trojan Family, let’s get to work.”

Campbell, USC's first commit for the 2024-25 season, unpacked what he can bring to the table for the club.

“I’m a pure shooting guard but I can also be a combo guard and go into ball screens to make plays for teammates.”

Look for USC to start picking up more high-tier preps ahead of 2024 as the NCAA season nears. Campbell is a great start. Can the 2024 incoming Trojans replicate or better their 2023 predecessors' preseason rankings success (USC's 2023 recruiting class, led by top guard Isaiah Collier, was considered the third-best in the country, an all-time achievement for the school)? Time will tell. But we can only hope.