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After impressing USC head coach Lane Kiffin and the rest of the Trojans staff during a 7 on 7 passing camp in Los Angeles, youngster WR Nathan Tilford (6’2″, 200 of Upland, California) has been extended an offer to join the program, once he completes his high school career in 2017. Although this kid is obviously special given his ability to compete with players much older, all eyes will be upon Tilford as a productive career will be needed; whether he chooses USC or ends up elsewhere. The bottom line: unless USC boasts a double digit win season, Kiffin will most likely never be around to see this kid step foot on campus. Only time will tell!
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