Chris Ewald has a decision to make. The 6-foot, 160-pound sophomore and four-star 2025 recruit committed to the Michigan Wolverines last month in December, but he received an offer from Lincoln Riley and USC last weekend.
The Hollywood (Florida) Chaminade-Madonna Prep cornerback is committed to Michigan, but USC will try to flip the recruit in the next two years.
Ewald is a four-star prospect, the No. 38 overall prospect and the No. 3 cornerback in the nation via the 247Sports Composite.
Ewald holds offers from Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Miami, Texas A&M, UCF, Penn State, Oregon and Georgia Tech, among others.
USC's attempt to flip a Michigan recruit will draw obvious headlines. If this happened three years ago, it wouldn't be nearly as significant a story. Now, however, because USC is coming into the Big Ten Conference, a battle between the Trojans and Jim Harbaugh will attract a lot more attention from a lot of national recruiting observers.
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Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire