Former USC receiver could face the Trojans in 2024 Big Ten season

The USC Trojans have seen quite a few players enter the transfer portal following the Cotton Bowl loss to Tulane.

The wide receiver room is one of the hardest hit position groups, but the talent is loaded for USC next year with Dorian Singer, Makai Lemon, and Zacharian Branch all coming into the program.

CJ Williams recently entered the portal, and now he has decided to play at Wisconsin.

Williams played sparingly for USC this season with Jordan Addison, Kyle Ford, Tahj Washington, Gary Bryant Jr., Brenden Rice, and Mario Williams all catching passes from Caleb Williams.

Here’s the interesting note: CJ Williams can play USC in the Big ten in 2024.

With the Trojans headed to the Big Ten in 2024, Williams will face off against them if he stays there until then.

Williams, Bryant, and Ford all have transferred out of USC so far this offseason in search for more playing time.

Chimere Dike led the Badgers with 653 yards, and Skyler Bell was second with 439 yards so the Badgers could use a facelift at the WR position.

Luke Fickell left Cincinnati to take over the Wisconsin job, so exciting times are ahead in Madison.

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So, CJ Williams against USC in a Big Ten battle in 2024.

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Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire