Future150 Midwest Analyst. Covering Midwest high school basketball.
Los Angeles, CA (Future150) -- USC is starting to make some serious noise out west.
It started during the live period, when they got a commitment from SG Kahlil Dukes. Known as a scorer, Dukes only high major offer was from the Trojans. But it hasn't stopped with Dukes
On Saturday 4-star point guard Kendal Harris also made a pledge to the program, giving the Trojans a top 100 player and a solid floor general to run the show and get guys like Dukes open shots. The addition of Harris was big on another front, as it signaled a slight upgrade in talent that USC had to make it order to challange for the Pac-12 crown every year as the conference continues to build itself back up after a couple of down seasons.
Roschon Prince was one of the more coveted forwards on the West Coast and on Tuesday night he decided to wrap his recruitment up. The Call? He's heading to USC to join Dukes and Harris in what is shaping up to be a very talented class for the Trojans. Prince is an active body who can guard multiple positions and block shots. His athleticism is freakish and he is seemingly getting better every day.
This gives USC three commits in the class of 2013, they now have two open spots to fill. Chances are that they will turn their focus to post players, as Dwayne Dedmon and Strahinja Gavrilovic are the only big men set to be in USC after this season. Look for the Trojans to turn the heat up on Prince's teammate Jordan Bell, as well as Ohio native Devin Williams.