USC can't lure Torrodney Prevot to Los Angeles. Prevot flips his commitment, choosing Oregon over the Trojans and Texas A&M.
defensive lineman Torrodney Prevot to Southern California. Prevot reportedly informed the USC coaching staff he was withdrawing his commitment with the Trojans on Tuesday before signing elsewhere Wednesday.
Prevot and his explosive pass-rushing skills will instead be going to a Pac-12 conference foe, after he chose Oregon over USC and Texas A&M Wednesday morning. For the third year in a row (De'Anthony Thomas and Arik Armstead the last two years), the Ducks steal a recruit on or just before National Signing Day.
The consensus four-star recruit has a tremendous burst off the ball and uses his hands well to disengage offensive linemen making him a terror in passing situations and any slow-developing runs. His frame should allow him to add some more strength and bulk, which will help him be a bigger force in the running game as well.
Scout ranks him as the 13th best defensive end (No. 125 overall prospect) while Rivals (No. 163 overall) and ESPN (236th overall) both have him listed at No. 19 at the position.
Watch the jumps Prevot gets at the snap:
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