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USC Commit Clayton Johnson Recruiting Profile shares more on what makes Clayton Johnson so special

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The USC Trojans have quite the monster coming to campus in the 2015 recruiting class. Four-star offensive lineman Clayton Johnson, Servite High School, is a freakish athlete that will be a great asset for coach Tim Drevno to mold over the next few years over on Howard Jones Field. Johnson has goals of working in commercial real estate in the near future and he firmly believes that a strong education was key in fueling his interest towards the University of Southern California.

The 6-foot-6, 281-pound offensive tackle ranks as the nation's No. 497 player overall regardless of position, the No. 61 offensive tackle and the No. 60 player in the state of California and secured his commitment back in the summer.

Johnson picked the Trojans over offers from California, Arizona State and Wake Forest, among others and highlights that coach Drevno was a huge factor in ultimately shifting his commitment over to the University of Southern California. Learn some more about Johnson, one of the more promising lineman in already stacked group of underclassmen.