If for some reason you didn't already know his name, this past weekends' USC vs Notre Dame football game easily fixed that. Adoree Jackson, the Junior Corner Back and return specialist for the Trojans erupted for what may have been his best outing as a collegiate football player thus far. Adoree racked up three touchdowns in USC's 45-27 victory over Notre Dame. Three touchdowns for a player who doesn't generally play offense is beyond impressive, watching how he scored them only displays the severity and significance his presence is to the Trojans football team. A product of Southern California football power house Junipero Serra (Gardena) High School, Adoree joins a long list of alumni to be stand out athletes at USC such as Marquise Lee, Robert Woods, and George Farmer, Jackson being possibly the most talented. Ranked 9th on ESPN's top 300 high school prospects for the class of 2014, Adoree made the transition from high school to college football without skipping a beat. Jackson's high level of play has payed off as the Trojans are set to play in the Rose Bowl against the Penn. State Nittany Lions on January 2, 2017.