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Freshman TE Jack Yary leaves the USC program

Yary, the son of former USC standout OL Ron Yary, has left the program — and threw up an image of him in a Washington jersey on Instagram

Well that was a quick turnaround. Incoming freshman tight end Jack Yary has apparently decided to leave the USC Trojans program and looks likely to end up with the Washington Huskies.

It was reported by Sports Illustrated that Yary was parting ways with USC, according to multiple sources indicated. Yary signed in February our of Murrieta Valley High School, choosing USC over Washington and Oregon.

However, just five short months later and no voluntary workouts reported to, Yary is on the move out of LA.

While there is certainly no wrongdoing here and a change of heart is certainly acceptable, this news comes followed quickly by the fact that Yary was seen on his Instagram flashing a “W” in a Washington uniform on an Instagram live video.

It looks like that is the intended destination as he reportedly won’t be enrolling at USC this fall. Yary caught 42 passes for 621 yards and 12 touchdowns last season at Murrieta Valley and he’s a USC legacy player as his father, Ron, won the Outland Trophy in 1967 with the Trojans.

This news also comes in addition to the redshirt-senior tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe announcing his decision to enter the transfer portal this past week as well.

That leaves Erik Krommenhoek, Ethan Rae, Jude Wolfe and Josh Falo on roster at the position.