Max Redfield gave his verbal commitment yesterday to play football for the USC Trojans next season, continuing Lane Kiffin’s dominance on the recruiting trail and leaving the Trojans with just two available scholarships in the class of 2013.
Max Redfield, a four-star safety, became the 16th recruit to commit to play for the USC Trojans in 2013.
Redfield, a four-star safety from Mission Viejo, Ca., is the fifth prospect to commit to USC in the eight days, and the sixth this month.
His playing style has been compared to that of current USC senior T.J. McDonald, and Trojans fans are already excited over the idea of Redfield and Su’a Cravens, a five-star safety who committed to USC in June, in the backfield in a few years.
Redfield credited Cravens with pushing him to commit to the Trojans. He initially wanted to wait until closer to National Signing Day, in February, to announce, but with only a few scholarships remaining, Redfield decided to make his declaration much earlier.