Four-star quarterback Miller Moss announced his commitment to USC's 2021 class Monday.
Moss, the sixth-ranked pocket-passer quarterback in the class, received offers from several schools and narrowed his final decision to USC, LSU, Alabama, and UCLA.
"There were a ton of reasons why I chose USC," Moss said, according to Greg Biggins of 247Sports. "I've mentioned it before but that's the school I've always wanted to go to. It wasn't an emotional decision - trust me, it was well-thought-out - but ... when I thought about the school I could picture myself at, putting on that jersey and running out of the tunnel, it was always USC."
The Mission Hills, California, native is ranked 37th overall in the ESPN 300.
USC also added to the quarterback position when Jake Garcia announced his commitment last September. Garcia is the second-ranked pocket-passer of the 2021 class.
The Trojans recently lost quarterback JT Daniels, who transferred to Georgia after two seasons at USC. Daniels suffered a torn ACL in the 2019 season opener and freshman Kedon Slovis took over the starting role.
Slovis completed 71.9% of his pass attempts for 3,502 yards and 30 touchdowns against nine interceptions in 12 games.