As reported by Tom Loy of Fight On 24/7 (USC’s 247 compsite.) Five-Star quarterback Matt Corral has de-committed from USC this morning. It is reported that Corral will open up his commitment and will no-longer consider USC moving forward.
The 6-2, 196 pound quarterback out of Long Beach Poly, has been committed to the Trojans since Feb.5 and is considered as one of the top signal caller in the 2018 class. Corral will take part in the US Army All-American Bowl in January of 2018.
This comes as a surprise to many as Corral has been an active recruiter for the Trojans since the day he committed to them. Some felt Corral could be a top candidate to replace Sam Darnold once he departs, however that ship apparently has sailed. It’ll be interesting to see what Corral will do from here.
Apparently Georgia, Florida, and Alabama are the three that has separated themselves from the pack. As we’ve seen, things tend to change with recruiting everyday and verbal commitments should be taken with a grain of salt.
While it’s reported that Corral will not consider USC moving forward, I wouldn’t really write off the Trojans down the road.