USC is rounding out its 2016 recruiting class with some offensive players from across the country. Wide receiver Josh Imatorbhebhe of Suwaneee, Georgia has officially committed.
Imatorbhebhe, a consensus four-star prospect and ranked within the national top 30 for his position according to 247Sports Composite rankings, had received offers from other big-name programs including Alabama, Auburn and Ohio State. However, the 6'2 205-lb. receiver faxed in his papers to USC today.
In high school Imatorbhebhe played for the North Gwinnett High School Bulldogs, a program that has produced such NFL players as 2014 first-round draft pick Ja'Wuan James, offensive tackle for the Miami Dolphins. His older brother, Daniel Imatorbhebhe, transferred to USC from Florida as a tight end. The brothers will play their first year for USC together.
Imatorhebhe has great hands and is able to battle for the football whether he used in the slot or along the outside, and should be a fun weapon for USC to try and scheme for.
You can see Imatorhebhe's high school highlights below.