Brendyn Taylor, a guard from Los Angeles Fairfax High, has signed a national letter of intent with USC, the school announced Wednesday, the first day of the regular signing period for basketball.
Taylor, 6-feet-2 and 170 pounds, averaged 18 points a game last season.
"He has a great upside," Coach Kevin O'Neill said in a statement. "He is an athletic wing whose best days are ahead of him."
Taylor, the son of former NBA and ABA player Brian Taylor, is part of a class that also includes November signees J.T. Terrell and Strahinja Gavrilovic.
Terrell, a 6-3 guard, averaged 24.4 points a game for Peninsula College in Washington after transferring from Wake Forest.
Gavrilovic, a 6-8, 220 forward from Serbia, attended San Diego Rock Academy but did not play on the basketball team.
The new players join a program that was decimated by injuries last season. The Trojans finished 6-26, the most lost losses in school history.