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USC offensive offers for the class of 2022 already stacking up

Clay Helton and Co. have been hard on the recruiting trail for the class of 2022 — and here are their offered players on offense

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The Class of 2021 hasn’t quite wrapped up but the turn of the calendar into September meant that college coaches could finally start officially contacting recruits for the class of 2022.

With that being said, here’s a look at the players that USC has reportedly offered on the offensive side of the ball for the class of 2022 — and their rankings in the class, even if they’re just a few games into their junior seasons.

Pro Style Quarterbacks

5-star Quinn Ewers — No. 1 QB, No. 2 national recruit — Texas commit; Southlake, Texas
5-star Maalik Murphy — No. 2 QB, No. 29 nationally — Junipero Serra High School (Gardena)
4-star Walker Howard — No. 3 QB, No. 65 nationally — LSU commit; Lafayette, Louisiana
4-star AJ Duffy — No. 5 QB, No. 111 nationally — Rancho Verde High School (Moreno Valley)
4-star Nicco Marchiol — No. 6 QB, No. 184 nationally — Chandler, Arizona
4-star Justyn Martin — No. 11 QB, No. 254 nationally — Inglewood High School (Inglewood)
3-star Devin Brown — No. 25 QB, No. 466 nationally — Queen Creek, Arizona

Dual-Threat Quarterbacks

5-star Gunner Stockton — No. 1 DT QB, No. 24 nationally — South Carolina commit; Tiger, Georgia
4-star Ty Simpson — No. 2 DT QB, No. 37 nationall — Martin, Tennessee
N/A Kaden Martin — no rankings just yet but 17+ offers — Knoxville, Tennessee

All-Purpose Back

4-star Rayshon Luke — No. 1 APB, No. 186 nationally — St. John Bosco High School (Bellflower)

Running Backs

5-star Emmanuel Henderson — No. 1 RB, No. 18 nationally — Hartford, Alabama
5-star Raleek Brown — No. 2 RB, No. 19 nationally — Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana)
5-star Gavin Sawchuk — No. 3 RB, No. 27 nationally — Littleton, Colorado
4-star Jaydon Blue — No. 4 RB, No. 51 nationally — Houston, Texas
4-star Jovantae Barnes — No. 6 RB, No. 101 nationally — Las Vegas, Nevada
4-star Nicholas Singleton — No. 7 RB, No. 108 nationally — Reading, Pennsylvania
4-star Tavorus Jones — No. 9 RB, No. 117 nationally — El Paso, Texas
4-star Jadarian Price — No. 20 RB, No. 192 nationally — Denison, Texas
4-star RB Dillon Tatum — No. 25 RB, No. 243 nationally — West Bloomfield, Michigan
3-star Jaylen Thompson — No. 31 RB, No. 340 nationally — St. Bernard High School (Playa Del Rey)
3-star Victor Venn — No. 46 RB, No. 475 nationally — Buford, Georgia

Wide Receivers

5-star Caleb Burton — No. 1 WR, No. 10 nationally — Del Valle, Texas
5-star Luther Burden — No. 2 WR, No. 14 nationally — St. Louis, Missouri
5-star Tetairoa McMillan — No. 3 WR, No. 17 nationally — Servite High School (Anaheim)
5-star Kevin Coleman — No. 4 WR, No. 20 nationally — St. Louis, Missouri
4-star C.J. Williams — No. 5 WR, No. 35 nationally — Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana)
4-star Evan Stewart — No. 7 WR, No. 47 nationally — Frisco, Texas
4-star Armani Winfield — No. 12 WR, No. 73 nationally — Lewisville, Texas
4-star Tobias Merriweather — No. 13 WR, No. 92 nationally — Camas, Washington
4-star Jordan Hudson — No. 15 WR, No. 115 nationally — Garland, Texas; Oklahoma commit
4-star Tychaun Chapman — No. 18 WR, No. 163 nationally — Virginia Beach, Virginia
4-star Andre Greene Jr. — No. 21 WR, No. 181 nationally — Richmond, Virginia
4-star Kojo Antwi — No. 24 WR, No. 191 nationally — Suwanee, Georgia
3-star Aaron Anderson — No. 50 WR, No. 339 nationally — New Orleans, Louisiana
3-star Decoldest Crawford — No. 51 WR, No. 341 nationally — Shreveport, Louisiana; LSU commit
3-star Kevin Green — No. 53 WR, No. 356 nationally — Bishop Alemany High School (Mission Hills)
3-star Jadyn Marshall — No. 58 WR, No. 438 nationally — St. Mary’s High School (Stockton)
3-star Khari Butler — No. 73 WR, No. 545 nationally — Oaks Christian School (Westlake Village)

Tight Ends

4-star Donovan Green — No. 2 TE, No. 96 nationally — Dickinson, Texas
4-star Jack Pedersen — No. 5 TE, No. 185 nationally — Vista Murrieta High School (Murrieta)
4-star Keyan Burnett — No. 6 TE, No. 199 nationally — Servite High School (Anaheim)
4-star Sam Roush — No. 8 TE, No. 226 nationally — Valley Christian School (San Jose)
4-star Holden Staes — No. 9 TE, No. 233 nationally — Atlanta, Georgia; Penn State commit
3-star Trent McGaughey — No. 14 TE, No. 326 nationally — Pearland, Texas
3-star Elijah Brown — No. 16 TE, No. 345 nationally — Dayton, Ohio
N/A Karson Gay — unranked — Chattanooga, Tennessee

Offensive Tackles

5-star Gunner Givens — No. 1 OT, No. 21 nationally — Daleville, Virginia
5-star Zach Rice — No. 2 OT, No. 29 nationally — Lynchburg, Virginia
4-star Will Campbell — No. 4 OT, No. 49 nationally — Monroe, Louisiana
4-star Josh Conerly — No. 5 OT, No. 55 nationally — Seattle, Washington
4-star Addison Nichols — No. 6 OT, No. 57 nationally — Norcross, Georgia
4-star Kelvin Banks — No. 7 OT, No. 61 nationally — Humble, Texas
4-star Kam Dewberry — No. 9 OT, No. 85 nationally — Humble, Texas
4-star Tyler Booker — No. 10 OT, No. 91 nationally — Bradenton, Florida
4-star Tegra Tshabola — No. 12 OT, No. 124 nationally — West Chester, Ohio (Ohio State commit)
4-star Julian Armella — No. 15 OT, No. 139 nationally — Miami, Florida
4-star Collin Sadler — No. 16 OT, No. 146 nationally — Greenville, South Carolina
4-star Dayne Shor — No. 19 OT, No. 171 nationally — Bradenton, Florida
4-star Malik Agbo — No. 21 OT, No. 174 nationally — Federal Way, Washington
4-star Jaylen Early — No. 27 OT, No. 237 nationally — Duncanville, Texas
4-star Cameron Williams — No. 28 OT, No. 244 nationally — Duncanville, Texas
4-star Jake Taylor — No. 32 OT, No. 276 nationally — Las Vegas, Nevada
4-star Kiyaunta Goodwin — No. 33 OT, No. 280 nationally — Charlestown, Indiana
3-star Kenji Swanson — No. 37 OT, No. 414 nationally — Sierra Canyon High School (Chatsworth)
N/A Aliou Bah — unranked — Memphis, Tennessee

Offensive Guards

4-star Earnest Greene — No. 2 OG, No. 39 nationally — St. John Bosco High School (Bellflower)
4-star Dave Iuli — No. 5 OG, No. 209 nationally — Puyallup, Washington
3-star George Maile — No. 10 OG, No. 352 nationally — South Jordan, Utah
3-star Sioape Vatikani — No. 12 OG, No. 376 nationally — Reno, Nevada
N/A Dylan Lopez — unranked — Rancho Verde High School (Moreno Valley)
N/A Parker Brailsford — unranked — Scottsdale, Arizona

We’ll be back tomorrow with the entire list of the defensive offers as well to see where they really stack up!