USC bolstered its receiving corps on Monday with the addition of Washington transfer Terrell Bynum.
Bynum, who announced the news of his commitment to the Trojans on Twitter, played in eight games for Washington as a junior. In that limited action, he caught 26 passes for 436 yards and four touchdowns and earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention.
His pledge to USC and head coach Lincoln Riley marks a return to home for Bynum, who played his high school ball at Servite and St. John Bosco. He will have one year of eligibility remaining.
He is the third transfer to commit to Riley since he took over at USC following the 2021 season. The Trojans have also recruited former Virginia offensive tackle Bobby Haskins and TCU defensive lineman Earl Barquet.
Bynum will join a USC receiving room that lost Drake London to the NFL Draft last month and recently saw freshman Joseph Manjack IV enter the transfer portal.