Found September 13, 2012 on Run the Floor:

GREG ALLEN, SR, GUARD: Played two seasons at Navarro Junior College before transferring to USC.

JAMES BLASCZYK, SR, CENTER: Spent two seasons at Texas A&M, redshirting his freshman year. Spent one year at Lee College, but did not play basketball. Transferred to USC.

CHASS BRYAN, FR, GUARD: Walk-on.

DEWAYNE DEDMON, JR, CENTER: Spent one season at Antelope Valley College before transferring to USC.

JIO FONTAN, SR, GUARD: Played one and a half seasons at Fordham before asking for a transfer. The transfer was initially blocked, but ultimately he ended up at USC.

AARON FULLER, SR, FORWARD: Played two seasons at Iowa before transferring to USC.

STRAHINJA GAVRILOVIC, FR, FORWARD: Left Serbia to enroll at the Rock Academy in the U.S., and then to USC.

DANIEL MUNOZ, JR, GUARD: Walk-on.

OMAR ORABY, JR, CENTER: Played two seasons at Rice before transferring to USC.

ARI STEWART, JR, FORWARD: Played two seasons at Wake Forest before transferring to USC.

TYLER SUGIYAMA, JR, GUARD: Walk-on.

BRENDYN TAYLOR, FR, GUARD: Recruited to USC out of high school.

J.T. TERRELL, JR, GUARD: Played one year at Wake Forest, but left school following an arrest for DWI. Played one year at Peninsula Junior College (WA) before transferring to USC.

BYRON WESLEY, SO, GUARD: Recruited to USC out of high school.

ERIC WISE, SR, FORWARD: Played three seasons at UC-Irvine before transferring to USC.

RENALDO WOOLRIDGE, SR, FORWARD: Played four seasons at Tennessee, receiving a medical redshirt in year No. 3, before transferring to USC.

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