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Matt Corral is a five-star quarterback who had been committed to USC since February of last year, but it seems that he is no longer a member of the recruiting class for 2018. 247Sports is reporting that he’s not only decommitted from USC, but that he has three other schools in the running for him and all of them are out of the SEC.

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The Long Beach, Calif. native’s new top three are pretty surprising considering they are all on the other side of the country. According to a source from 247Sports, Corral will no longer consider USC moving forward, but is open to all schools and is welcoming new scholarship offers.

The 6’2″, 196-pound quarterback is ranked as the No. 2 pro-style QB in the class by 247Sports, the No. 2 recruit in California and the No. 17 overall recruit in the country. He also holds offers from Arizona State, UCLA, Texas A&M and Michigan as well. He does not currently have an offer from Florida though so that might be something to keep an eye on down the road.

Corral passed for over 3,000 yards last season while tossing 22 touchdowns against only three interceptions and rushed for seven TDs as well while recording 346 rushing yards.

Here’s some of his highlights:

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