Abdul-Malik McClain was late addition to the 2018 USC recruiting class that ranked fourth in the country. Younger brother Munir McClain isn’t waiting nearly as long to pledge to the Trojans, announcing his commitment on Tuesday:
Fight On✌️❤️💛 pic.twitter.com/rdP6iofILg
— Munir McClain (@munirmcclain_6) April 2, 2018
The 6-foot-4, 210-pound McClain is a 3-star wide receiver from San Juan Capistrano, California. Per 247Sports he is ranked No. 432 in the country and is the 57th-best wideout prospect and 53rd-best player in California. He had offers from nine schools including Arizona State, Colorado and Oregon State.
McClain’s commitment came after taking an unofficial visit to USC last weekend.
“I decided to do it early because I feel like I’m a fit to be a Trojan,” McClain told 247Sports’ Chris Trevino. “And USC produces great wide receivers like Keyshawn Johnston to Juju Smith-Schuster.
Older brother Abdul-Malik McClain, a 4-star defensive end, signed with USC in December after flipping from UCLA on the first day of the early signing period.
Munir McClain is USC’s first commitment for 2019.