Up until about a month ago, it looked like five-star o-line prospect Chuma Edoga would end up at Tennessee. But in the past few weeks, things began to sway in Southern Cal’s direction. Monday night, he made it official that he would leave his home state of Georgia to play for the Trojans.
An early April unofficial visit to California was the pivotal move. He had listed Tennessee as his leader in early February, but that was before the trip to Southern Cal.
“I’m hoping to see some of the academic aspect like the engineering program,” Edoga told SDS a few weeks ago. “And (the coaches) really like my athleticism and ability to develop into a dominate left tackle.”