Torrodney Prevot at The Opening - Bud Elliott (SB Nation)
The Aggies could make two big last-minute additions to their 2013 class.
The USC Trojans 2013 recruiting class is set to take another big hit with the news on Tuesday afternoon that 2013 Houston (Texas) Alief Taylor defensive end Torrodney Prevot won't sign with USC:
To say that it's been a terribly day for USC Trojans head coach Lane Kiffin would be an understatement after his team suffered six decommitments on Tuesday, including Prevot.
A consensus four-star prospect, Prevot is a 6-3, 200-pounder who has taken official visits to Texas A&M and Oregon in recent weeks after committing to USC back in July. At this point, it would be a major surprise to see him choose any school other than those two, with the Aggies looming as the favorite because of his connections to current A&M commits like Reggie Chevis and Hardreck Walker, who are all good friends having known each other growing up in Houston.
Head coach Kevin Sumlin currently has 32 commits in the 2013 class and can take two more, with Prevot and current Washington defensive end commit Daeshon Hall looking like strong possibilities to flip.
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