Josh Rosen might be the No. 1 quarterback in the 2015 class and now the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco recruit has an offer from USC.
Rosen, who shined at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in Chicago this summer along with many other events, was told he would hear from the USC staff this week about a possible offer.
The 6-foot-4, 205-pound prospect got word on Thursday morning that the Trojans were offering him a scholarship.
"It's awesome," Rosen said. "USC is a great school. It kind of gives me an opportunity to visit as a valuable scholarship prospect so that's pretty significant."
A lot could happen between now and signing day for 2015 prospects and that's why Rosen will keep a close eye on some early favorites this season. There could be coaching changes, commitments and plenty of other things that Rosen will keep an eye on as things move forward.
"I just want to see how (USC does) this year," Rosen said. "Every school I'm looking at, I want to see how they progress.
"I want to see how UCLA steps forward, how USC can rebound, how Stanford can develop Kevin Hogan, how California does with the new staff. I'm going to be watching a lot of college football this year."
It also does not seem to matter that USC already has a quarterback commit in its 2015 class with Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian Academy's David Sills.
Rosen said he's not afraid of competition wherever he goes.
"I'm confident in my abilities," Rosen said. "I feel wherever I go they'll give me a fair shot."
Notre Dame is now showing some new interest in Rosen, who also has offers from Cal, Duke, Michigan, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA, Utah, Vanderbilt and Virginia. Stanford is considered a frontrunner but has not offered yet.
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