Three-star offensive tackle Liam Douglass, out of Harvard-Westlake, committed to the 2018 USC Football recruiting class on Monday night.
Just hours after receiving a scholarship offer from USC Football, Harvard-Westlake offensive lineman Liam Douglass gave the Trojans his commitment for the Trojans’ 2018 recruiting class.
Harvard-Westlake head coach Scot Ruggles broke the news of Douglass’ scholarship offer and commitment on Twitter on Monday night.
Harvard Westlake’s class of 2018 Liam Douglass has committed to the USC Trojans.
— Scot Ruggles (@ScotRuggles) June 20, 2017
— Gerard Martinez (@gmartlive) June 20, 2017
Douglass is a three-star offensive tackle, as rated by Scout, standing 6-foot-6, 263 pounds.
A decidedly under-the-radar recruit, he is not rated in the 247Sports composite, though the attention from USC will certainly change that. Douglass also has scholarship offers from Arizona, Cal, Colorado and Washington State.
Thanks to a stellar haul on the offensive line in the class of 2017, USC does not have a great need in the trenches when it comes to the 2018 class. The Trojans added five offensive linemen including early enrollee Andrew Vorhees and highly-rated prospects like Austin Jackson, Alijah Vera-Tucker and center Brett Neilon. Rounding out the class, USC also brought in three-star Jalen McKenzie as a blue shirt — meaning his scholarship will count towards 2018.
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With Douglass’ pledge in the bag, USC now has six commits, including five-star linebacker Palaie Gaoteote, four-star linebackers Raymond Scott and Bo Calvert, four-star cornerback Marcus Johnson and four-star defensive tackle Tuli Letuligasenoa.