USC adds talented 4-star running back from Texas to 2023 class
USC added its fourth blue-chip prospect to the 2023 recruiting class on Tuesday.
Quinten Joyner, a 4-star running back from the state of Texas, announced on social media that he has committed to the Trojans. Joyner, a 5-foot-10, 190-pound back from Manor, Texas, chose the Trojans over interest from Oregon, TCU, Oklahoma State, Penn State, and Arkansas, among others.
LA im coming HOME 😎🏝 #commited #FightOn✌️ @Coach_KMcDonald pic.twitter.com/3DIlrfCTaZ
— Quinten Joyner (@QuintenJoyner) April 19, 2022
Joyner was in town to visit recently and evidently loved what he saw.
He gives the ‘23 class another talented offensive weapon in a group stuffed full of them already. USC also has commitments from 5-star Los Alamitos (Calif.) quarterback Malachi Nelson, 5-star athlete and Nelson teammate Makai Lemon, and 5-star Bishop Gorman (Nev.) wideout Zachariah Branch. USC’s class currently sits at No. 16 nationally and No. 1 in the Pac-12.
Joyner ranks as the 247th overall prospect in the 247 Composite and the 13th-ranked running back in his class. During his junior season in high school, the multi-sport star ran for 2,492 yards and 31 scores, adding another two touchdowns receiving. A track athlete as well, Joyner boasts a 10.99 100-meter time at the AAU Junior Olympics and competes in the shot put.
You can view his highlight tape below, via Hudl: