Bryson Shaw, Ohio State transfer safety, announces commitment to Pac-12 program
Bryson Shaw has found a new home. The Ohio State transfer safety announced Sunday on his Twitter account that he’ll continue his college football career at Southern Cal.
I wanted to let everyone know that my son Bryson has committed to the University of Southern California Trojans to continue his college football career. All the best to our extended family at OSU. pic.twitter.com/8TAYPb9PM1
— Bryn Shaw (@BrynInvent) April 24, 2022
Shaw played in 13 games, including 12 starts, last season, recording 59 tackles, 3 pass breakups and an interception. Shaw stepped into a starting role after Josh Proctor’s injury.
As a recruit, Shaw was a 3-star prospect out of The Bullis School in Maryland. He picked up 11 scholarship offers, including Maryland, Penn State, Wisconsin and Rutgers. Alex Grinch and Larry Johnson led OSU’s recruitment of Shaw, who verbally pledged to the Buckeyes on April 28, 2018.
Shaw reunites with Grinch, who is now the defensive coordinator at USC.
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