'20 MD RB Marshawn Lloyd (uscjr commit)

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Really love his tape reminds me of a cross between Terrell Davis/Travis Henry the way he runs. Mostly one cut and go but he has wiggle, vision and gets yards after contact and can work in space.
 
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Kirby probably turns up the heat now for Bigsby. Lloyd was pretty much penciled in their class until today. Great snag for Champ, but the kid won't have any type of o-line to run behind.
Sadly not true. Their oline coach is pretty good. Think they already have a couple 4 star linemen committed
 
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Kirby probably turns up the heat now for Bigsby. Lloyd was pretty much penciled in their class until today. Great snag for Champ, but the kid won't have any type of o-line to run behind.
Looks like USC will have a RB class for 2020 of Lloyd and Bigsby. Tank is considered a silent commit for USC, but then again, who knows: Lloyd had a pretty high prediction rate for UGA, with almost zero predictions for USC, and that didn't turn out well.

But reports are out there that Bigsby has been recruiting for USC for awhile, and he just followed Lloyd on twitter after Lloyd's commitment. Bigsby is having his official visit to USC this coming weekend, and it will also be a pretty noteworthy recruiting weekend: Jordan Burch, Miles Murphy, Desmond Tisdol, among others. Bigsby has long been expected to make his announcement by the end of this month, so he could announce while on the visit, or right after it.

USC has also been in discussions about picking up former Clemson RB Tavian Feaster, who is still taking classes at Clemson, trying to finish up his course work for a degree, so he can be a graduate transfer. Feaster is NOT entertaining any ideas of being a transfer red-shirt, so even if Feaster did go to USC as a graduate transfer and played immediately, he'd be a senior. Current top USC returning RBs Dowdle, Denson, and Turner are all seniors for 2019, so with or without Feaster, the RB depth chart opens wide up for 2020 and beyond, at USC.

USC will be looking to bring in two RB prospects for 2020, and it is looking like Lloyd and Bigsby right now, which isn't too shabby. Sounds like a name for a London law firm...
 
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Looks like USC will have a RB class for 2020 of Lloyd and Bigsby. Tank is considered a silent commit for USC, but then again, who knows: Lloyd had a pretty high prediction rate for UGA, with almost zero predictions for USC, and that didn't turn out well.

But reports are out there that Bigsby has been recruiting for USC for awhile, and he just followed Lloyd on twitter after Lloyd's commitment. Bigsby is having his official visit to USC this coming weekend, and it will also be a pretty noteworthy recruiting weekend: Jordan Burch, Miles Murphy, Desmond Tisdol, among others. Bigsby has long been expected to make his announcement by the end of this month, so he could announce while on the visit, or right after it.

USC has also been in discussions about picking up former Clemson RB Tavian Feaster, who is still taking classes at Clemson, trying to finish up his course work for a degree, so he can be a graduate transfer. Feaster is NOT entertaining any ideas of being a transfer red-shirt, so even if Feaster did go to USC as a graduate transfer and played immediately, he'd be a senior. Current top USC returning RBs Dowdle, Denson, and Turner are all seniors for 2019, so with or without Feaster, the RB depth chart opens wide up for 2020 and beyond, at USC.

USC will be looking to bring in two RB prospects for 2020, and it is looking like Lloyd and Bigsby right now, which isn't too shabby. Sounds like a name for a London law firm...
Literally no one asked for this information.
 
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Speaking of Travis Henry clones, North Gwinnett has one this coming season . 5-9 215 runs in the 4.5 range and was squatting 485 last year as a jr. Great hands just did not get that many touches the last 2 years with Goodsen (Iowa signee) ahead of him. Devin Crosby will be a good signee for someone
 
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Looks like USC will have a RB class for 2020 of Lloyd and Bigsby. Tank is considered a silent commit for USC, but then again, who knows: Lloyd had a pretty high prediction rate for UGA, with almost zero predictions for USC, and that didn't turn out well.

But reports are out there that Bigsby has been recruiting for USC for awhile, and he just followed Lloyd on twitter after Lloyd's commitment. Bigsby is having his official visit to USC this coming weekend, and it will also be a pretty noteworthy recruiting weekend: Jordan Burch, Miles Murphy, Desmond Tisdol, among others. Bigsby has long been expected to make his announcement by the end of this month, so he could announce while on the visit, or right after it.

USC has also been in discussions about picking up former Clemson RB Tavian Feaster, who is still taking classes at Clemson, trying to finish up his course work for a degree, so he can be a graduate transfer. Feaster is NOT entertaining any ideas of being a transfer red-shirt, so even if Feaster did go to USC as a graduate transfer and played immediately, he'd be a senior. Current top USC returning RBs Dowdle, Denson, and Turner are all seniors for 2019, so with or without Feaster, the RB depth chart opens wide up for 2020 and beyond, at USC.

USC will be looking to bring in two RB prospects for 2020, and it is looking like Lloyd and Bigsby right now, which isn't too shabby. Sounds like a name for a London law firm...
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