A veteran offensive lineman could show up for USC in the transfer window
USC needs defensive linemen more than any other position players in the transfer window, but with Courtland Ford leaving, the Trojans can still use more quality and depth on their offensive line.
Enter Caleb Etienne.
The 6-7, 330-pound senior was a junior college transfer in 2021, starting three games while redshirting. He will now move before this upcoming season.
Etienne started all 13 games last season for Oklahoma State, one of only six players overall to do so. Earned Second Team Academic All-Big 12 in 2022. Etienne saw action in three games while redshirting in 2021.
Etienne was a three-star recruit out of Warren Easton High School in New Orleans.
He was ranked as the No. 32 junior college recruit nationally. He was the No. 2 junior college offensive tackle, according to 247Sports.
He signed with Oklahoma State over additional offers from Arkansas, Houston, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas Tech, UCF and others.
Look for USC to be in the mix as a possible landing spot for the left tackle. His former Pokes teammate Mason Cobb is already a Trojan, something to keep an eye on.
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This story first appeared on Trojans Wire