Young focused on luring fellow 5-Stars to USC, winning championships

January 2, 2019

I first saw Bryce Young at Rancho Cienega Park two years ago in May. I had seen his freshman highlights and it was clearly evident he was an exceptional athlete and an extremely mobile quarterback, but many had questions at that time whether he could he make all the throws necessary to be a big-time QB in college.

It took one or two performances to realize Young was far more than just a mobile QB. There was little doubt about his arm strength, accuracy and leadership qualities even as a rising sophomore.

Two years ago it didn’t appear USC would ultimately be the school Young would end up, but he had just finished his freshman year and in June 2017 the Trojans offered.

Turns out that offer made a far bigger impact on Young than anyone outside his family realized. USC became a school that offered too much to turn down. It took a year of traveling the country for multiple unofficial visits and several visits to USC to get to the point where Young was ready to commit to the Trojans, but that happened July 25, 2018.

There were some uneasy moments this past fall with the uncertainty surrounding the status of Clay Helton and the USC coaching staff, but the restlessness disappeared when the Trojans hired Kliff Kingsbury as their offensive coordinator last month.

Young never wavered with his commitment to USC, he was merely concerned a new head coach or offensive coordinator wouldn’t be committed to him. USC is where Young wanted to be whether the Trojans finished the 2018 season 5-7 or as National Champions.

Now that Young has won a CA State Championship and there appears to be stability with the direction of the USC offense, he’s turning his attention to leading Mater a Dei to a second title and recruiting players to USC to aid the Trojans in winning Championships.

On Tuesday and others spoke to Young at the Future-50 Media Day event in Orlando, FL.

You’ll watch and listen to an impressive young man answering questions about his commitment to the Trojans, his plans to recruit for USC, what his football plans are for the offseason and much more.

Bryce Young is a coaches dream and an integral part of the future success of the USC football program.



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