No college football program has had more attention this offseason than USC after the school hired coach Lincoln Riley and signed a bevy of elite transfer players.
Now, the Trojans have signed a coveted player on the recruiting trail, with some very interesting moves of his own.
Offensive lineman Cooper Lovelace stands at 6-foot-5 and 320 pounds, but you'd never know it by looking at how flexible the guy is.
USC ranks No. 1 in the College Football HQ Transfer Team Rankings this offseason after signing nearly 20 players via the portal, including some elite additions.
Caleb Williams, the former No. 1 quarterback in the nation who originally pledged to Riley at Oklahoma, transferred to USC this year to lead the team's offense.
Running backs Travis Dye (from Oregon) and Austin Jones (Stanford) also highlight the new-look group, in addition to wide receivers Mario Williams and Brenden Rice, the son of Jerry Rice.
Jordan Addison, the reigning Biletnikoff Award winner as the most outstanding wide receiver in college football, also signed with USC a year after leading the nation with 17 touchdown catches at Pittsburgh.