Despite the fact that many of this year's recruits have yet to set foot on the USC Campus, head coach Steve Sarkisian is already on the recruiting trail for 2016. The second year head coach has already landed four 4-star recruits and a 5-star recruit in Daelin Hayes according to Rivals.com.
Sarkisian is hoping to build off the success of this past recruiting season, which saw USC bring in the No. 1 class in the country led by top prospect Iman Marshall.
While USC has always been a powerhouse when it comes to recruiting in California, Sarkisian has helped the Trojans land some great out of state prospects. For the 2015 class, Sark was able to bring in some top talent from the likes of Texas and Utah. Sark has seen this progress translate over to the 2016 class, already landing two out of state recruits.
Four-star recruit Josh Imatorbhebhe, an all-state wide receiver out of Georgia, announced his top seven schools on Twitter yesterday. Imatorbhebhe has narrowed his choices to Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Ohio State, Stanford, and USC. A decision from Imatorbhebhe is expected to come sometime next week.
Top 7 Decision Coming Soon.... Stay Tuned pic.twitter.com/FoJqEYtoq9— Josh Imatorbhebhe (@Ball4Him_24) May 14, 2015
During his junior year, Imatorbhebhe had 59 catches that translated into 1071 yards and 15 touchdowns in just ten games. Although he checked in at just 4.65 in the 40-yard dash, Imatorbhebhe shows great quickness, route running, and the ability to break away from opposing corners. Check out his highlights below.