USC recruiting update: Bronny James still a wild card, Trojans interested in center

Will Bronny James choose the Trojans?

The USC men’s basketball program ended a two game losing streak with a 97-60 win over Cal on Thursday night. 

Head coach Andy Enfield discussed the Trojans’ NCAA Tournament hopes postgame saying: “Right now, what we’re concerned about is improving as a team and controlling what we can control because we have some great opportunities ahead of us.”

USC is currently on the NCAA Tournament bubble

But what about after this season? What’s the latest on the recruiting front?


In an article published on Friday,’s national basketball director Eric Bossi wrote about the recruitment of 2023 shooting guard Bronny James. The most recent update right now is that there isn’t really an update…

“The schools that have come up the most as potential suitors for James include Memphis, Ohio State, Oregon and USC,” Bossi wrote. “…The answers to whether Bronny is going to play college ball and where he’ll play aren’t likely be given in the immediate future.”

The Trojans 2023 recruiting class ranks tenth in the country, per It’s headlined by point guard Isaiah Collier, the No. 1 recruit in the nation. 

2024 CENTER JOHN BOL’s Joe Tipton spoke with a number of 2024 recruits this week, including USC target John Bol. 

Bol said that USC is among the schools he hears from the most.

The center stands at 7-foot-1 and weighs 190 pounds. He attends Sunrise Christian in Kansas and is ranked as the No. 20 recruit in his class, per 

Bol has already taken official visits to Michigan and Missouri, plus he’s unofficially visited Notre Dame, according to On3. Bol told Tipton that he doesn’t currently have a “favorite” school yet. 

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