USC’s offensive line figures to be one of its strengths for the 2018 season with the return of four starters. But a team can never have too much depth in the trenches, and the Trojans are reportedly looking at a graduate transfer to help with that depth.
Per Chris Swanson of Rivals.com, Massachusetts’ Jack Driscoll is visiting USC’s campus this week with an eye on potentially joining the Trojans for next season. The 6-foot-5, 300-pound Driscoll is a graduate transfer who would have two years of eligibility remaining based on his UMass bio.
Driscoll started 12 games for the Minutemen last season at right tackle, helping them 30.6 points per game. As a redshirt freshman in 2015 he started eight games, splitting time between left guard and left tackle.
USC is set to return seniors Chris Brown, Chuma Edoga and Toa Lobendahn and sophomore Andrew Vorhees to the offensive line, though Vorhees missed the tail end of spring camp after undergoing knee surgery. Lobendahn is expected to move from left tackle to center while either sophomore Andrew Jackson or junior Clayton Johnston could take his spot. Driscoll, if he joins USC, could be in the mix at left tackle.