By Chris Trevino, USCFootball.com: Now that the 2022 season is officially in the books it’s time to look at look back on how USC’s young Trojans i.e. the freshmen fared.
This is the second part of my two-part installment as we wrap up with the true freshmen of USC’s 2022 class, a last-minute push from Lincoln Riley after taking over the USC job. Overall, the 2022 class played a nice role this season with some bright futures.
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