Photos of USC running backs

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    My first takeaway from those photos as well.
     
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    All three look like they have working hard all off season... great work!
     
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    I assume this means Markese has fully recovered from his injury. Where is Vae?
     
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    Mike Jinks said In late spring that assuming no setbacks, all the running backs would be fully healthy for the fall.
     
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    Am I the only one who thinks Vavae is underrated? I think he's a good solid all-around back. He runs hard.
     
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    All look bigger, hard work . Hope they can play
     
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    No he's a good player. I have the same opinion. He could be their best overall APB.

    KC is a Big fast APB he would start on a team like Wisconsin and carry the ball alot.

    Stepp is a power APB. He would start on a team like Michigan State or maybe LSU and get big time carries.

    Carr needs 15+ carries a game to showcase his talent. Putting him in and taking him out does not seem to help him. He just needs reps to stay in a rythem. He would get reps at ASU, Stanford and be all conference.

    The problem again. Like the TE group too much talent not enough opportunities.

    This group gets a (A grade).
    I hope we hold on to all of them but that would depend on if they are ok with waiting for their shot.

    You have 4 starters. Like JT Daniels and the Slovis situation. It might be difficult trying to convince a guy who knows he should start to stay and split reps. Especially if they are still recruiting RB's in this class. Yikes!!!
     

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