USC Offers ND, RB Commit Markese Stepp

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  2. T0mmyTr0jan

    T0mmyTr0jan Junior Member


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    Love the way he runs. The hit he puts on the saftey at 2:00 min in the hudl vid makes me happy.
     
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    He goes to a ND-based high school, wears their colors, and lives in Indiana.....he prob hates 'SC football :evil:
     
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    Don't forget, our RB coach was at IU for a few years and likely has good connections in the area and with Stepp.
     
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    Don't forget he's also committed to ND!!
     
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    Wow. Great vision. Decisive on his cuts. Hits the hole fast and he goes. Football speed right there!
     
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    Thx for heads up on Trojan offer to Stepp. Looks a lot like young Rojo2 or Reggie Bush with breakaway speed. Stellar Stepp would be a good fit in the more balanced USC offense with 700+ yards last season on 70 more rushes than ND turmoil awaiting Kelly's imminent departure. Lets hope our awesome new hire for RB coaching McCollough style can get Stepp into USC backfield. Looks like staff has eyes and relationship initiated on 8-10 2018 RB's that we can follow in summer camps and fall HS season. Stepp speed, field awareness, and hard hitting looks eary on the best fit?
     

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