What it needs in '14: Considering that USC signed only 13 guys in the last class, the needs are plenty. The biggest point of concern is defensive lineman. The program has signed only 2 1/2 defensive linemen the last two years -- the half is because Morgan Breslin is a JUCO transfer. The team will also need offensive linemen because the current roster has only 10, which barely fills a two-deep. Can it be done? This could be a crossroads class for USC as it continues to recruit nationally but is on the heels of losing a few of its Eastern recruits last season. The results on the field have tarnished the luster for national prospects heading to USC, so the Trojans may cast their net a little closer to home. Right now, they are cleaning up on the offensive line. Three players rated as four-stars in the first Rivals250 have committed. Toa Lobendahn from La Habra (Calif.) High, Jordan Poland of La Jolla (Calif.) Country Day, and Casey Tucker of Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton are great building blocks for a class that needs work in the trenches.