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Ricky Town to send from USC

  • Freshman quarterback Ricky Town has been postulated a recover from his grant during USC and will send to another school, Trojans manager Steve Sarkisian announced Sunday.

    “Ricky Town has motionless to transfer,” Sarkisian said. “We wish him a best of luck. He’s worked unequivocally hard, been a good member of a program, and I’m certain wherever he goes he will be a good member of their module as well.”

    Since tumble division classes have not started during USC, Town will be means to send to another propagandize immediately and lay out a deteriorate as a redshirt. He will be authorised to play in 2016.

    Town, who was ranked as a No. 10 QB-pocket passer by ESPN in a Class of 2015, had enrolled early during USC to take partial in open round and get a burst on what he suspicion would be a earnest career.

    At one point, a St. Bonaventure (Ventura, California) product had been a written dedicate to Alabama before flipping his joining shortly after Sarkisian had been hired during USC. Town also had offers from Stanford, UCLA, Florida State and Georgia, among others.

    Town was one of dual beginner quarterbacks in this category for a Trojans, along with Sam Darnold. While Darnold has perceived a lot of regard for his early work in camp, Town had seen his share of first-year struggles by open round and into tumble camp.

    This isn’t a initial time USC has brought in dual quarterbacks in a same category usually to see one of them leave. Cody Kessler came in with Max Wittek, though after Kessler won a job, Wittek eventually eliminated to Hawaii.

    The Trojans’ abyss draft during quarterback now includes Kessler, who is a senior, redshirt sophomore Max Browne and Darnold. Redshirt beginner Jalen Greene came in as a quarterback though changed to far-reaching receiver in a offseason.

    USC has a written dedicate from ESPN 300 quarterback Matt Fink for a Class of 2016 and is one of a finalists for Tate Martell, a No. 32 actor in a ESPN Junior 300 for a Class of 2017. Martell will announce his college choice on Thursday.

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