Third Prediction: USC will not prevail in poaching any Washington Football commits.
USC is seeking help at quarterback now. Whenever USC has a hole in their recruiting class, the first stops from their coaches are the recruits from other Pac-12 teams. USC lost a top-rated quarterback when Matt Corral decommitted.
The first target was UCLA’s commit quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson. Denied, they then moved to Utah’s commit quarterback Jack Tuttle. Finally, right on cue, USC began to recruit Washington commit quarterback Jacob Sirmon. But to borrow a line from the first Star Wars movie: “These aren’t the droids you’re looking for. You can go about your business. Move along.”
Leader of the pack
Jacob Sirmon understands his position with his class. He is the leader. The team is using his skills as the cornerstone for the building of a championship competing team. His role now is to form bonds with his future teammates.
The scare is just that… a scare. USC will not poach a Washington football player in July 2017.