The No. 1 overall high school football prospect in the class of 2021 has made his collegiate decision.
Five-star defensive end Korey Foreman from Corona, California announced that he is staying home to play college football at USC.
Crystal ball predictions had the 6’4”, 265-pound defense end’s decision coming down to USC and Clemson, but Foreman had listed the Oregon Ducks in his top-7 schools back on July 8, 2020.
I am a young black man that is happy and proud of my race. The Black Lives Matter movement is and forever will be powerful and definitely never forgotten. These are the schools I will now be focusing on the most. Set the standard and
.. be different pic.twitter.com/YDjHSndKuS
— Korey Foreman (@koreyforeman54) July 9, 2020
The battle for California recruits has been fun to watch between Oregon and USC lately. These two programs have been at the top of the Pac-12 conference for some time now. Foreman choosing the Trojans adds another layer into this rivalry.
Now, the Ducks offense, particularly the offensive line and quarterback, will have to deal with Foreman for years to come.