USC Trojans This & That — 4/20

Los Angeles City Section POY, G Ethan Anderson, from L.A. Fairfax, has signed to play for USC per Andy Enfield. Anderson led Fairfax to a 27-2 record and a No. 5 state ranking in the state of California. 247Sports lists him as California’s No. 4 PG.
The 6-0, 210 pound Anderson averaged 20.8 points, 6.2 rebounds and 6.3 assists as a SR. He led Fairfax to the Open Division Championship.  He was also named to the L.A. Times All-Area team along with fellow Trojan freshmen C Onyeka Okongwu and SG Drake London, who is on a football ride as a Trojan WR.
This USC hoops recruiting class is quite possibly the finest group ever recruited by USC. It is most certainly the highest ranked. PF Isaiah Mobley, SF Max Agbonkpolo, PG Kyle Sturdivant and Okongwu had previously signed to play at USC for the 2019-20 season, USC’s recruiting class is currently ranked No. 1 by and and No. 2 overall by

Early last week the Trojans also added 1) three-point specialist Noah Baumann (6-5, 180) who is transferring from SJS (10.8 ppg; 81 3-pointers set a school record, just finished soph year and will need to sit out a year), as well as 2) SF grad transfer Daniel Utomi (6-6, 215), from AKRON (16.7, 14.2 ppg last two years; 42.7% career shooting ave), who is immed eligible.

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Diamond Member

Again, if only Andy could coach as well as he recruits. Maybe football could use his recruiting talents, they need him. How many one and dones are we getting in this class?

Noble Member

That’s just the idiocy of college basketball today…. the better players you recruit the quicker they leave. Kind of makes you want to recruit rocket scientists?