The USC front seven will be gaining depth with the signing of three-star offensive guard, Tilini Livai.
Welcome to the #TrojanFamily, @TiliniSuli!— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) December 19, 2018
The 300-pound lineman has Hawaiian roots but comes to USC from LA power Narbonne HS.#FightOn | #NSD pic.twitter.com/llXTcR2ose
The 6-foot-3, 300 pounder from Narbonne High School will be joining offensive line coach Tim Drevno’s ranks of the big men up front. Livai is the No. 86 guard in the nation and the No. 154 player in the state of California. We spoke with Livai earlier this month about why he committed to USC and what his commitment means to him.
Livai will join fellow USC guards, Chris Brown, Jordan Austin, Jacob Daniel, Andrew Vorhees, Frank Martin II, and Alijah Vera-Tucker. Fellow 2019 offensive line commit, Gino Quinones will also be in the mix for playing time once he faxes in his letter of intent.
Livai committed to USC on December 2, over schools such as Hawaii, Iowa State, and New Mexico. It is likely Livai will redshirt and learn from presumed starters Vorhees and Vera-Tucker in 2019.