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Four-star wide receiver Puka Nacua spurns USC, to sign with Washington

Nacua never signed his letter of intent with the Trojans during the early signing period in December, nor on the traditional national signing day last week.

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USC keeps Orange Lutheran receiver Kyle Ford, adds 6 others on National Signing Day

The four-star receiver was the first to sign with the Trojans on Wednesday, a group that also included Adonis Otey, a three-star cornerback who flipped from Arkansas, and four more defensive backs.

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Utah Signs S Sione Vaki

The Utah Utes added another signee late on National Signing Day with Sione Vaki. Vaki was named the NorCal Player of the Year at Liberty High School in Brentwood, Calif. He was a two-way star for Liberty in high school. The Utes like him on defense at safety. He is yet another under the radar recruit that Utah always seems to pull in and develop into an All-Pac-12 caliber player. He was pursued heavily by the Washington State Cougars, who were interested in him on offense. He also held offers from the Tennessee Volunteers and USC Trojans among others. I really like this pickup for the Utes....

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Texas officially welcomes Bru McCoy to the Longhorns family

The nation’s No. 1 athlete is enrolled and attending classes on the Forty Acres. On the most quiet of National Signing Days for the Texas Longhorns, the school officially announced the addition of wide receiver Bru McCoy: We would like to officially welcome Bru McCoy to the Texas Football family. @buhbuhbru#ThisIsTexas #HookEm #fUTure19 pic.twitter.com/0IetexsXIa— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) February 6, 2019 McCoy experienced quite a journey since the early signing period, when he quietly signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the USC Trojans before publicly announcing...

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USC football recruiting class looking shaky on eve of national signing day

How the Trojans' recruiting class looks a day before national signing day: who's in, who's left and what to watch for.

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What 5-star WR Bru McCoy means to Texas

More than just serving as an elite pass-catching threat, McCoy could help continue recruiting momentum in the 2020 class and beyond. A week after the Brumors started to emerge publicly that the nation’s No. 1 athlete in the 2019 class, Bru McCoy, was considering leaving the USC Trojans, with the Texas Longhorns as the landing spot, the buzz from the unusual move has barely died down. Last Thursday, McCoy officially entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal before signing a financial aid agreement with the Longhorns the next day and arriving in Austin on Sunday. The 6’2, 205-pounder...

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Former USC WR Bru McCoy set to arrive in Austin on Sunday

The next question is whether the NCAA will grant McCoy a waiver to play for the Longhorns this season. Three days after entering the NCAA transfer portal and two days after signing an aid agreement with the Texas Longhorns, former USC Trojans wide receiver Bru McCoy flew from Los Angeles to Austin on Sunday to begin his career on the Forty Acres: Omw ‍♂️ https://t.co/tsemp7HZnI— Horace Bru McCoy (@buhbuhbru) January 27, 2019 So, as initially anticipated, McCoy will enroll in classes at Texas this week. Meanwhile, back in Los Angeles, embattled USC head coach Clay Helton is...

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Report: 5-star prospect and nation's top ATH Bru McCoy officially enrolling early at Texas after USC exit, will be on campus next week

A former Texas prospect who ended up signing and enrolling early at USC is now officially a member of the Longhorns.Bru McCoy, a five-star product from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif., had reportedly been weighing whether or not to leave the Trojans and transfer to Texas. USC and Texas were the top two schools McCoy considered before committing to the Trojans on Jan. 5 during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio. McCoy was rated as the No. 1 athlete prospect in the nation and the No. 9 player overall, per 247Sports Composite, and signed with USC as a wide receiver.But...

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Report: Five-star prospect and nation's top ATH Bru McCoy will leave USC to join Longhorns

A former Texas prospect who ended up signing and enrolling at USC will still reportedly wind up in Austin as a member of the Longhorns.Bru McCoy, a five-star product from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif., had reportedly been weighing whether or not to leave the Trojans and sign with Texas. USC and Texas were the two schools that McCoy had been considering prior to his commitment to the Trojans on Jan. 5 during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.McCoy was rated as the No. 1 athlete prospect in the nation, per 247 Sports, and the No. 10 player overall, and he signed with...