Kiffin taps USC for rookie talent

Having seen the oodles of talent at Southern Cal the past few years, new Raiders coach Lane Kiffin figures adding another ex-Trojan to the roster couldn’t hurt. The Raiders signed USC receiver Chris McFoy, Oklahoma State defensive tackle Larry Brown, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo linebacker Kyle Shotwell, Northewestern cornerback Marquis Cole, Hawaii cornerback Kenny Patton, Nevada linebacker J.J. Milan and Brigham Young offensive lineman Eddie Keele to rookie free-agent deals.

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