USC saw another member of its wide receiver room enter the transfer portal on Thursday.

Reserve wideout John Jackson III has entered the transfer portal. A redshirt senior, Jackson is able to enter the portal outside of the recently-implemented windows because he’s a graduate transfer. He’ll have one year left at his next school.

The 6-foot-1, 215-pound Jackson was credited with 13 appearances last season, though he only recorded a single reception for 3 yards in the Trojans’ bowl game. Jackson departs after four seasons with the program, during which time he made 40 appearances and recorded five catches for 42 yards.

Jackson is the son of former Trojan standout receiver John Jackson Jr., who set USC’s career receptions record (163 catches) and earned All-Pac-10 First Team honors.

He’s the fourth USC receiver to enter the transfer portal this offseason, joining CJ Williams, Gary Bryant Jr., and Kyle Ford.

With spring ball set to begin next week, USC’s wideout group figures to draw headlines. Though USC has to replace a likely first-round draft pick in Jordan Addison, the room is loaded on paper. Dorian Singer transferred in from Arizona after a 1,000-yard season. Brenden Rice, Mario Williams, and Tahj Washington return after filling significant roles in last year’s passing attack.

The 2023 class also brought 5-star wideout Zachariah Branch and 4-star wideout Makai Lemon to campus.