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Four-star DE does a Signing Day flip from USC to Oregon

Torrodney Prevot

Signing Day has mostly gone to plan when it comes to the more high-profile recruits. For the most part, everyone has either already committed or made their decision.

Unfortunately for USC, that’s not the case with defensive end Torrodney Prevot from Alief Taylor High School in Houston. The four-star recruit had been committed — verbally, as we always add — to the Trojans since last summer. But on Wednesday, Prevot flipped from USC to Oregon. Texas A&M was also in the running.

Prevot is listed as 6-foot-3 and 201 pounds. He’s listed as the No. 7 weakside linebacker and the 163rd overall recruit by Rivals. USC’s class, albeit small at the moment, is still loaded with talent. Of the six recruits to have already submitted a national letter of intent, four are listed as five stars, with the other two listed as four stars.

(Photo credit: Rivals.com) 

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5 Responses to “Four-star DE does a Signing Day flip from USC to Oregon”
  1. billmead1976 says: Feb 6, 2013 12:11 PM

    Heritage Hall is imploding. Although with sanctions, they are still doing better than Texas.

  2. fnc111 says: Feb 6, 2013 12:39 PM

    USC will still end up with a top 10 class loaded with talent. Most schools would take that class over 25 average signees.

  3. kozbee says: Feb 6, 2013 1:11 PM

    Southern Cal got the talent but cant figure how to win with it.If they would fire Lane they just might catch on..

  4. uscatjerseyshore says: Feb 6, 2013 4:43 PM

    USC was 10-2 in 2011. Still a young class. They know how to win and will win.

  5. 808raiderinparadise says: Feb 6, 2013 5:16 PM

    I understand why players want to play at USC, I get it, but I can’t understand why ANY of them would want to play for Kiffin.

    Thats beginning to show.

    USC is loaded with talent, but its a different kind of player promoted there and Pete was great at identifying with them, Kiffin not so much at all.

    Kiffin is a system coach, ego relying on x’s and o’s and a chess game nazi.

    Pete was a players coach, see Seattle.

    Huge ND fan just saying thats how I see it.

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