Five-Star Recruit, USC Commit Bru McCoy Enters Transfer Portal

ALL-USA Chosen 25 USC signee Bru Mc Coy will now enroll at Texas

ALL-USA Chosen 25 USC signee Bru Mc Coy will now enroll at Texas

This player that is shaking the college football world to its very core right now is the former USC Trojans five-star athlete signee and early enrollee Bru McCoy. is reporting that McCoy is considering a transfer into the Texas Longhorns' program.

Per Swanson's report, the reason McCoy backed out of USC was mainly due to the exit of Kliff Kingsbury, who was hired to be the Trojans' offensive coordinator before he bolted after only a month on the job to become the head coach of the NFL's Arizona Cardinals.

McCoy, who is coveted as a receiver but also played linebacker in high school, didn't make his commitment public until January 5 at the U.S. Army All-America Game, but he had been signed for those few weeks. USC has not yet named a replacement for Kingsbury.

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But right around the time he helped land McCoy for USC, news swirled that National Football League teams, such as the Cardinals and New York Jets, were interested in interviewing Kingsbury for head coaching positions. For the first time this off-season a 2019 high school prospect that signed and enrolled early put his name in the transfer portal before even suiting up for spring camp. The committee determines extenuating circumstances in a case-by-case scenario and would need to determine if Kingsbury leaving is enough to release McCoy from his signed document.

McCoy is the highest-rated player USC's class of 2019 and is the Trojans' lone five-star.

McCoy, a 6-foot-2 wide receiver, is ranked the No. 9 overall recruit in the 2019 class by 247Sports' Composite Rankings.

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