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  Wide receiver Jordan Addison, is on his way to USC, where he'll follow in the footsteps of Drake London as the undisputed top target in the Trojans passing attack. The implications of Addison's decision are certainly wide reaching. There's no denying that. But what exactly does it mean for USC? For Addison? For the future of college football as we know it? Let's start with the obvious: London was a 6-foot-4, 220-pound, imposing jump-ball machine with the physicality of an NBA small forward and a ridiculous catch radius to boot. Addison is four inches shorter, nearly 50 pounds lighter and a near-unstoppable deep threat who might dust London in a foot race. By virtue of those different skillsets, their roles are bound to look quite different in USC's offense. Where London spent most of his time lined up outside for USC last season, Addison did the vast majority of his damage for Pitt - 68% of snaps - from the slot. - Los Angeles Times

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