Former USC receiver Mario Williams transfers to Tulane

The transfer portal keeps on churning in college football. A couple of former USC wide receivers found new homes on Monday.

Dorian Singer landed at Utah, and Mario Williams landed at Tulane, per his X account.

Williams originally was at Oklahoma and was one of a number of players to follow Lincoln Riley from Norman to Southern California. In 2022, Williams caught 40 passes for 631 yards with five touchdowns.

However, in 2023, he had just 29 receptions for 305 yards and a pair of scores. After the rough year, he entered the portal and is now headed for Tulane.

The Green Wave defeated the Trojans in the Cotton Bowl last year, so it’s an interesting landing spot. Williams should be a top target for the new-look Tulane offense under first-year head coach Jon Sumrall, the former Troy Trojan coach who is replacing Willie Fritz.

The Green Wave also landed former Alabama wide receiver Shazz Preston in the portal.

The changes keep on coming for the USC roster. Caleb Williams also officially declared for the 2024 NFL draft on Monday, to the surprise of no one.

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