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Future Impact: Clayton Johnston

Future Impact: Clayton Johnston

Anaheim (Calif.) Servite three-star offensive tackle Clayton Johnston becomes commitment No. 10 for the Trojans Wednesday. Greg Biggins discusses his impact for USC now and in the future.

Since the graduation of Matt Kalil and Tyron Smith, USC has struggled to sign true left tackle prospects. Earlier this spring, USC secured the commitments of Windward School offensive tackle Roy Hemsley and Powder Spring (Ga.) offensive tackle Chuma Edoga. Wednesday, USC received a commitment from offensive tackle Clayton Johnston. While Johnston doesn't have the national accolades of Edoga or...

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