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USC football: Safety Su'a Cravens commits to Trojans

June 06, 2012|By Gary Klein

USC's recruiting success shows no sign of slowing down, the Trojans receiving a verbal commitment Wednesday from safety Su'a Cravens of Vista Murrieta High School.

The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Cravens told Greg Biggins of Scout.com that he chose USC over Michigan, Ohio State and UCLA.

"I always wanted to be a Trojan growing up, that was my dream school," Cravens told Biggins. "USC has everything I could want in a program. Location wasn't a factor for me, I would have gone anywhere, but being close to home is definitely a bonus."

Cravens joins a 2013 class that includes quarterback Max Browne of Skyline High in Sammamish, Wash., and running backs Ty Isaac of Joliet Catholic in Joliet, Ill., and Justin Davis of Stockton Lincoln.

High school players cannot sign national letters of intent until February.

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