Breaking: USC make offer to land commitment for another standout player

USC makes an early PWO offer for the 2025 class. USC makes an early PWO offer for the 2025 class.

On Thursday, USC football extended a preferred walk-on offer to Titan Lacaden, a three-star 2025 Honolulu (Hawaii) wide receiver. Lacaden made a commitment to Hawaii in June of last year, and he paid his official visit earlier this month.

According to the 247Sports Composite, Lacaden is the No. 1,421 overall prospect and the No. 199 wide receiver. He stands 5-foot-8 and weighs 155 pounds. He is ranked No. 258 among wide receivers by 247Sports.

Titan Laceden


Preferred walk-on offers are often offered late in the recruiting cycle in an effort to fill up the scout team and reserves for a certain position.

Romero Ison, a three-star pass catcher from Baltimore (Md.), has committed to the Trojans’ 2025 class as a receiver. Overall, USC has 13 pledges and is ranked fifth in the nation. USC signed one receiver in its 2024 recruiting class.

It consists of five-star Georgia QB Julian Lewis, five-star Georgia defensive tackle Justus Terry, five-star edge rusher Isaiah Gibson, four-star California linebacker Matai Tagoa’i, four-star California edge Hayden Lowe, four-star Florida safety Hylton Stubbs, three-star Texas defensive lineman Gus Cordova, three-star California cornerback Trestin Castro, three-star Virginia athlete Harry Dalton III, three-star Tennessee athlete Daune Morris, Ison, three-star Texas runn

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