Steven Mitchell is not quite sure how the USC coaches will utilize him since he's different than most receivers the Trojans have on their roster but he's confident it will work out.
The Mission Hills (Calif.) Bishop Alemany four-star standout, arguably the top receiver in the state of California, has been committed to the Trojans since June and said he's not even thinking about looking at other schools.
Mitchell took an unofficial visit to the Arizona State-USC game on Saturday, had another good experience at the Coliseum and said he's thrilled about joining the Trojans next season.
"They haven't really talked to me about how they're going to use me yet," Mitchell said. "I just can't wait until I get there. I'm really excited. I'm really just excited to get there.
"I'm really not thinking about (other visits). I'm really not keeping in contact with any other schools so I'm keeping my commitment very strong."
That must be good news to the USC coaching staff since many of the commits are taking other trips and recently four-star safety Max Redfield de-committed.
There is a strong contingent of USC commits, though, who are not listening to other programs or considering other visits and Mtichell is in that camp.
Ever since he was offered by USC, it was clear the Trojans led in his recruitment and he doesn't want to look at others.
Mitchell, rated as the sixth-best wide receiver and the No. 60 prospect in 2013 class by Rivals.com, had a great trip on Saturday and is excited about his future. USC went on to a comfortable win over Arizona State after losing last weekend to Oregon.
"It was cool," Mitchell said. "It was a great recovery from last week. It was a cool atmosphere and I liked it.
"In the beginning it looked like they were struggling with the plays a little. Nothing was going in their favor but as the game went on they made progress and they pulled it out."