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Breaking: Five-star CB Domani Jackson de-commits from USC

There were always going to be recruiting casualties when USC fired head coach Clay Helton two weeks into the season to start coaching search that would take months to complete. Five-star cornerback Domani Jackson, the No. 9-ranked national prospect and top-rated in-state prospect out of local Mater Dei High School, announced Sunday that he has decommitted from USC. Jackson is the second five-star prospect to decommit from the Trojans in the last month, along with defensive end Mykel Williams (Columbus, Ga.), and the fourth overall commit to back off his pledge since Helton was fired.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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