Can Arizona State Take Darreus Rogers From USC?

Can the Sun Devils really pull Darreus Rogers away from a year-long commitment to the Trojans?

Darreus Rogers is an elite receiver recruit and a long-time USC commitment. The talented receiver out of Carson (Calif.) High School was one of the first Trojan commitments of the 2012 class, having committed last January. But now USC might have a fight on its hands to keep Rogers, as Arizona State is charging hard under new head coach Todd Graham.

In fact, Rogers recently said that he did not know where he would commit if forced to do so at the time of the interview.

Rogers unofficially visited USC on Tuesday to observe a voluntary workout at the Trojan's facility. Last night, Rogers tweeted that the Arizona State coaches were coming for an in-home visit. There's been no word from Rogers regarding Thursday night's events.

To discuss USC football recruiting, head on over to Conquest Chronicles. To talk about Arizona State football recruiting, check out House of Sparky. Fans can follow Rogers on Twitter @D_Rog5.

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