One of the most notable transfer portal sagas to date will end with former Pittsburgh wide receiver Jordan Addison at USC.
The 20-year-old announced he will transfer to the Trojans on Thursday.
ESPN's Pete Thamel reported on May 3 that Addison officially entered the transfer portal, although a source at the time said, "A return to Pittsburgh remains a very viable option."
The decision to potentially switch schools made headlines for more than the fact that he is one of the best wide receivers in the country.
USC was quickly linked as a potential destination, with Johnny McGonigal and Craig Meyer of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporting the pass-catcher was "offered a multi-million-dollar deal to suit up for the Trojans."
Thamel noted Pittsburgh head coach Pat Narduzzi even directly reached out to his USC counterpart, Lincoln Riley, on multiple occasions to "express his displeasure." Officials with the ACC school also believed the Trojans tampered with Addison before he was officially in the portal.