Four-star wide receiver Kris Hutson withdrew his commitment to the USC Trojans on Monday. The class of 2020 recruit hails from St. John Bosco and is the second Trojan decommit from the Bosco team in the last few days. Teammate and former USC pledge Chris Steele also reopened his recruitment.
I decommitted from USC and now opening my options for other colleges. Thank you USC for your time.— Kris Hutson 4-Star⭐️ (@krishutson_1) October 23, 2018
Luckily for the Trojans, wide receiver is a position in which they have deep depth. Though the loss of Hutson is still a blow. He is currently the No. 64 receiver in the nation and No. 35 recruit in the state of California.
Hutson holds seven offers from Division 1 schools, a number which will keep growing as he heads in to his senior season next year. The majority of his offers are from schools within the Pac-12, including Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon, UCLA, and Utah with Minnesota and San Jose State being the outliers.
USC now has just one wide receiver commit in the class of 2020, four-star Koy Moore out of Archbishop Rummel in Louisiana. With the Trojans’ current depth at the position and their ability to bring in talented receivers year in and year out, no matter their ranking in the AP Top 25, USC fans should not be too worried with the loss of Hutson.