USC Trojans Wide Receiver Dorian Singer Enters Transfer Portal

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The USC Trojans gained a commitment from DIII All-American WR Jaden Richardson yesterday, and now, today, current USC WR Dorian Singer has entered the Transfer Portal.

Singer is now the fourth receiver that the Trojans will lose this season with both Brenden Rice and Tahj Washington entering the NFL Draft and Mario Williams already in the portal.

Dorian Singer’s Short Stint With USC Trojans

After an All-PAC 12 season with the Arizona Wildcats to the tune of 66 catches for 1,105 yards and 6 touchdowns in 2022, Singer transferred to USC with the hope of becoming WR1 after Jordan Addison departed for the draft. For whatever reason, he could never really find his footing in the offense and never seemed to be on the same page as quarterback Caleb Williams. He finished the year with 24 receptions, 289 yards, and 3 touchdowns.

Dorian Singer is a tremendous jump-ball receiver, as the Trojans saw in 2022 when Singer posted 3 touchdowns against them in the desert. While he couldn’t break out in a deep USC WR room, he will be a very good addition to another college team.

While some will see this as concerning, the Trojans are loaded with receiver talent and youth. The 2023 class may be the best in the country, and Xavier Jordan highlights the 2024 class as the 18th-ranked WR in the nation.

As mentioned, Jaden Richardson committed to USC yesterday, and Lincoln Riley now turns to potentially adding the number one WR in the portal, Evan Stewart. The receiver room is going to be just fine.