Uchenna Nwosu has watched all the coaching changes at USC in the last week and Sunday evening he had a chance to meet new assistant coach Peter Sirmon during an in-home visit.
The three-star from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne said the visit went really well and his commitment to the Trojans still stands.
More than anything, Nwosu said Sunday's meeting was more introductory than anything but he's grown pretty familiar with Sirmon and new USC coach Steve Sarkisian since they both recruited him during their time at Washington.
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"It went pretty good," Nwosu said. "He just talked to me about my grades, my SAT scores and everything like that. He just introduced himself, his background and where he's from to my parents. That's basically really what he happened.
"He asked me how I felt about the new staff and he asked whether I was still committed."
Nwosu, who has been committed to USC since early October, said his commitment is still 100 percent and he's not looking at other programs.
The Harbor City Narbonne standout already knows the new coaching staff pretty well so he doesn't envision any changes in his recruitment.
"Everything was pretty cool," Nwosu said. "When they were at Washington they were trying to recruit me so when I heard they came to USC, when I heard him and Steve Sarkisian came to USC, I was pretty excited. That was a good thing. I think everything is going to go along pretty well.
"It's still 100 percent for me."