Oregon gets flip; USC gets Powell

February, 6, 2013
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Oregon pulled a signing day flip, landing ESPN 300 defensive end Torrodney Prevot, a USC commitment, while the Trojans got off the carpet by landing outside linebacker Quinton Powell.

Prevot actually was thought to be a Texas A&M lean, but the Ducks made the successful late push on the Texas prospect.

Powell's commitment gives the Trojans another top Florida prospect. He's the No. 6 outside linebacker. He is good friends with current USC defensive tackle Leonard Williams.

Washington received bad news when longtime committed defensive end Daeshon Hall opted to sight with Texas A&M.

 

 

 

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