It appears one of the reasons McCoy chose to return to USC is because he wants to play close to his home in Santa Ana.From 247Sports:Sources close to McCoy said the reason the former five-star prospect was going back to USC was a severe case of homesickness and a sense he’d simply be more comfortable closer to home at USC, where he can play with a handful of former Mater Dei High School teammates, including Trojans’ quarterback JT Daniels and receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown.According to 247Sports, McCoy also felt that his inner circle at Texas wasn’t too strong, which could imply that he didn’t fit in as well with Texas as he would with USC.Hopefully McCoy can put this whole situation behind him and have a productive first year of college football.[247Sports] FOX Sports WestBru McCoy was originally set to headline USC’s 2019 recruiting class, but then quickly decided to transfer to Texas. Well, the five-star wide receiver is reverting back to his original choice.The uncertainty surrounding the Trojans’ coaching staff is the reason McCoy transferred to the Longhorns. Kliff Kingsbury suddenly went from USC’s offensive coordinator to the head coach of the Arizona Cardinals.McCoy took his talents to Texas even though it would put his status for the upcoming season in jeopardy. The Mater Dei product was able to participate during spring practices, and he sought a waiver to receive immediate eligibility.Reports emerged last week that McCoy was planning a return to USC, however, the reason for the transfer wasn’t out yet.
Once a resolution to the “sporadic fighting” was reached, and people expressed their desire to leave the protection camp, UNMISS and its partners worked quickly to establish the temporary housing at the Mangateen site, along with access to clean water, sanitation and health services.The facility traditionally has been managed by South Sudan’s Relief and Rehabilitation Commission.The Government body will continue to be in charge of the site, though aid agencies will provide additional assistance on request.South Sudan is the world’s youngest country, having gained independence in July 2011.However, most of the years since then have been marred by brutal fighting and human rights violations, forcing the displacement of more than four million people, either within the country or across the border. Nearly 200,000 are currently sheltering in PoC sites at six UNMISS bases nationwide.“Hundreds of thousands of people fled to UN protection sites across South Sudan out of fear for their lives during the ongoing conflict. But these camps are not a good long-term option for families,” Mr. Shearer stated.“If people have the trust and confidence that the environment is safe enough for them to voluntarily return home, UNMISS is poised to assist them. But providing that confidence in the security situation very much lies with the Government.” The internally displaced people, who were living at a UN Protection of Civilians (PoC) site, have been moved to a new location at Mangateen, near the central part of the city.“This is the first movement of displaced people of this magnitude out of the UN Juba protection site. Almost all of those relocated were women and children,” said David Shearer, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of UNMISS. “They had expressed a strong desire to leave the UN site and to be reunited with their husbands and other family members. Early indications and, in my discussions with those who moved, is that they are pleased to be back in the wider community.”The UN mission and humanitarian agencies carried out the relocation after negotiating an end to clashes between various groups in the camp which were posing a threat to those living there.