It appears that one player out of the class of 2009 will stay put and not make the fan base of the school he's committed to have a meltdown as so many other schools have suffered in this very unusual class, still his head coach didn't want to speak out of turn and give a 100 percent commitment that his student-athlete will sign, but he came very close.
The player in question is three-star linebacker/defensive back Chris Metcalf (6-2, 183, 4.6) from Compton, Calif.
Rival.com caught up with Compton high school head coach Calvin Bryant to get the latest on Matcalf's visit.
"Everything went great on his visit," Bryant said. "Chris told me that USC treated him very well. He loved his trip and enjoyed everything about it."
When pressed for confirmation that Metcalf will sign with USC on Wednesday, Bryant wasn't ready to do that.
"I don't want to put words in his (Metcalf) mouth," Bryant said. "There are a couple more days and you never know what will happen."
"A couple of schools tried to get Chris' interest, but that was as far as it went," Bryant said. "I'm pretty sure that he will sign with USC."
Metcalf racked up 52 tackles, two interceptions and had one sack as a senior. His performance earned him all-league and all-area honors.
Metcalf was a member of the Rivals.com California Postseason Top 100 team for the class of 2009 landing as the Golden State's No. 50 prospect at any position.