Posted On: 07/24/20 11:00 AM

Since the CIF-Southern Section announced Monday that the football season will be delayed until January, several athletes have difficult decisions to make.

Do they play their senior year at their high school and graduate in the spring? Or do they graduate in December, skip their senior football season and enroll in college early to be a part of their school’s offseason program?

Jaylin DaviesJaylinDavies6'0" | DBMater Dei | 2021StateCA

A few of Southern California’s top players have already told their high schools that they intend on skipping their senior football season to enroll in college early.

Beaux CollinsBeauxCollins6'3" | WRSt. John Bosco | 2021StateCA, a star receiver from St. John Bosco High in Bellflower will skip his senior season and enroll at Clemson early. Defensive back Jaylin DaviesJaylinDavies6'0" | DBMater Dei | 2021StateCA of Mater Dei will enroll early at Oregon and Orange Lutheran cornerback Robert (RJ) ReganRobert(RJ) Regan6'0" | DBOrange Lutheran | 2021StateCA will enroll at Arizona State early. Warren defensive back Xamarion GordonXamarionGordon6'2" | DBWarren | 2021StateCA will also skip his senior season to get on the USC campus early.

Mater Dei quarterback Miller MossMillerMoss6'3" | QBBishop Alemany | 2021StateCA has not made a decision yet, but he did Tweet an emoji of a broken heart

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