Scott Starr's senior season ended Friday night in a first-round playoff loss to Redlands (Calif.) East Valley but the four-star linebacker from Norco, Calif., who committed to USC in late May isn't going to take any other visits.
Starr, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound prospect, will have lots of time on his hands over the next couple months but said he's planning to only take his official visit to USC.
Earlier this season, Starr considered taking other trips and he did visit Arizona State but he said he won't see any other schools.
"I don't really think I'm going to take any other visits," Starr said. "I'm going to take my official to USC and that's pretty much it.
"It's something I can't pass up. At the end of the day, USC is the school for me and I plan on having a successful career there."
The four-star prospect had an outstanding game in Norco's 20-15 loss with at least 10 tackles, a fumble recovery and a sack. It was a strong effort but his team couldn't get by undefeated Redlands East Valley.
"I just feel like I can do more and it's sad to see my high school career end but I don't have any regrets because I played my hardest," Starr said.
"I told my teammates from the start of the game that I was going to lay my body on the line, I didn't care if I got hurt, if anything happened to me, I just wanted to get this win for my team and for everybody. We fell short but I'm proud of my team and the way we played."
Starr, rated ninth at inside linebacker and No. 140 in the 2012 class by Rivals.com, is expected to play strong-side linebacker for the Trojans after playing both middle and outside linebacker in high school.
"I've never played middle linebacker before but I got switched to middle this season because everybody was running the ball away from me," Starr said.
"We just decided I have a lot better talent at outside linebacker because I have a good pass rush and I cover ground quickly."