There hasn't been much contact between wide receiver Adly Enoicy (Delray Beach, Fla./Atlantic) and the USC coaching staff in recent months, but it hasn't affected the class of 2014 standout's interest in the Trojans.
Enoicy said USC offered him a scholarship in the spring, with the message relayed through a teacher at his school. There's been minimal communication since then.
"I'm interested in all the schools that recruit me," Enoicy said. "But USC has had great receivers and that's appealing."
Enoicy is still deciding whether he'll take an unofficial trip to Los Angeles after the high school season ends. The 6-foot-5 receiver has offers from Florida, Florida International, Florida State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Miami (Fla.), South Carolina and Vanderbilt. He doesn't have a favorite but added that his interest in USC is "very high."
"As a receiver, I want the ball in my hands," Enoicy said. "I want to make plays on the field. USC is known for that."
USC has three verbal commitments for the 2014 class, and all are offensive lineman: Toa Lobendahn (Lakewood, Calif./Lakewood), Jordan Poland (La Jolla, Calif./Country Day School) and Casey Tucker (Chandler, Ariz./Hamilton).