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USC still waiting on fax from five-star Adoree’ Jackson

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The USC Trojans received one of the top commitments on National Signing Day, but as the day starts to wind to a close they have yet to receive the National Letter of Intent to make it official. Cornerback Adoree’ Jackson showed great enthusiasm during his press conference announcement earlier in the day but according to reports Jackson’s fax has yet to make it through the phone lines.

The reason for the delay is not exactly confirmed, although the rumor mill is turning. Rumors that Jackson’s dad was not on board with his son’s decision to attend USC led to some thinking his letter still needed his father’s signature. another scenario appears to be some compliance issue delaying the confirmation of Jackson’s letter.

What the hold up is may be anybody’s guess at this point, but there does not appear to be any reason not to expect Jackson eventually joining the impressive Class of 2015 put together by USC.

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4 Responses to “USC still waiting on fax from five-star Adoree’ Jackson”
  1. noaxetogrind says: Feb 5, 2014 9:02 PM

    In the very minor department, but none the less a violation; it should be noted that if in fact the quote attributed to Sark is correct “we are anticipating getting his fax”, Then USC is guilty of a secondary violation. A prospect cannot be mentioned by name before receipt of his NLI other than to confirm or deny his recruitment. My guess is that some GA did that twitter not realizing the minor ramifications.

  2. addict2sport says: Feb 5, 2014 10:32 PM

    he never mentioned his name

  3. aglawman says: Feb 5, 2014 10:40 PM

    After his half-baked attempt at recruiting at U-W, God knows Sark has no idea what the rules are that govern recruiting.

    Mora will spend his recruiting money much more wisely.

  4. thekatman says: Feb 5, 2014 10:48 PM

    @aglawman… Your analysis is that of a rock.

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