The visit list for USC on the weekend of December 3rd when the Trojans take on city rival UCLA is getting more insane by the day. So far, and were sure more will be added later, nine players have confirmed for that weekend and all nine are Rivals 100 members including five-five star recruits with Lemoore (Calif.) wide out David Ausberry being the most recent player to lock in a visit.
Ausberry, 6-4, 215 pounds is the top receiver prospect in the west region and did nothing this past season to disprove that. Ausberry did a little of everything for the Tigers this past season catching 36 balls for 633 yards and 10 touchdowns, rushing 24 times for 277 yards and 11 scores, averaged 34.4 yards on 16 kickoff returns with a touchdown and even added three picks on defense.
"He had an incredible year for us," Tiger head coach Shaun Ball said. "He's an incredible player, there's a reason all of these schools from all over the country are beating down his door right now."
Ball accompanied Ausberry on his most recent official visit to Georgia this past weekend and said they both had a great time.
"David loved it there and really enjoyed it," Ball said. "I know I had a great time for sure, Georgia is a very impressive place. The atmosphere there is incredible and the passion the fans have in the SEC for football is really second to none. They have a first class coaching staff and have treated David well all year. I know Georgia is a school he's seriously considering right now."
Ausberry was hoping to take an official visit to USC the weekend of December 16 but a basketball tournament will cause him to rethink those plans.
"I'm not sure I'll be able to take an official visit now," Ausberry said. "I'm coming up this weekend to watch them play Fresno State and to hang out with some of the players. This will just be an unofficial visit though. I'm already missing a lot of basketball because I'm playing in the Army game so I can't miss any more games so I had to cancel my trip on the 16th.
"I know they're having a big weekend on December 2 and I'm available to come up that weekend but we haven't talked about it yet so I'm not sure what I'm going to do. I do know I'll be deciding January 7 at the Army game and that should be a great time for me and I'm really looking forward to going out there and competiting against the best players in the country."