Fallout from the NCAA violations and ensuing punishment is starting to hit at Southern Cal.
The school announced Tuesday that top recruit Seantrel Henderson, a 330-pound tackle from Minnnesota, has been released from his national letter of intent.
Southern Cal was recently banned from bowl games for two years and was penalized 30 scholarships after an investigation into the dealings of tailback Reggie Bush while at USC.
Also, USC defensive end Malik Jackson has announced that he will transfer to Tennessee. Jackson has two years of eligibility remaining, and NCAA rules allow juniors and seniors to transfer without sitting out a season following the sanctions.
Anyone want to bet that these aren’t the last Trojans to leave the ship?