Antwaun Woods, defensive tackle, freshman: Wacka Flacka's "Hard in the Paint" because it gets me hype, and ‘I go hard in the paint.'
Ross Cumming, linebacker, senior: Eminem's "Till' I Collapse" because I've listened to it as I've walked down the Coliseum steps onto the field during every Trojan Walk since my freshmen year. I just like the message of the title of the song. I'm going to go as hard as possible until I can't any longer.
Kyle Prater, wide receiver, redshirt freshman: Big sean's "I do it". It's motivation.
Hunter Simmons, fullback, redshirt sophomore: Calvin Harris' "Awooga." It's my favorite song because every time I hear it, it gets me jacked up and ready to go--no matter how I am feeling or what I am doing.
Brandon Carswell, wide receiver, redshirt senior: Cank's "Please Don't Go."
Lamar Dawson, linebacker, freshman: The artist Wiz Khalifa, because just has a different flow than everyone else.
Hayes Pullard, linebacker, redshirt freshman: Lil Wayne's "We Be Steady Mobbin.'" It speaks about how I play and how a team should be.
Kevin Greene, defensive end, redshirt sophomore: Jay-Z's "Imaginary Player."
Anthony Brown, cornerback, redshirt freshman: Fred Hammond's "No Weapon." If I'm having a hard time I just put the song on and it releases everything.
George Uko, defensive tackle, redshirt freshman: Drake's "Dreams Money Can Buy" and Wiz Khalifa's "Top Floor" because I'm bumping that right now. I love the rhythm.
Anthony Sarao, linebacker, freshman: Meek Mill's "I'm Not a Star."
Armond Armstead, defensive tackle, senior: The Temptations' "Just my Imagination."
Dion Bailey, linebacker, redshirt freshman: Drake's "Closer To My Dreams."
Victor Blackwell, wide receiver, freshman: Juicy J's "Who the Neighbors."
Da'John Harris, defensive tackle, redshirt senior: Boys to Men's "Mama."
Luke Freeman, linebacker, redshirt sophomore: Macklemore's ""The Town" because it's all about how the artist got started up in Seattle and the message behind the song is great!.
Brice Butler, wide receiver, redshirt junior: Tupac's "Changes" because he was talking about tons of stuff that was hurting us as a nation, stuff then but that same stuff is really hurting us now and it still hasn't changed.
Emon Saee, quarterback, redshirt junior: Maino's "All the Above" and Drake's "Forever." Those two songs are on my gameday playlists and what I listen to every morning before my day starts. They're a source of motivation to work hard and get better everyday.
Tre Madden, linebacker, freshman: Techn9ne's "World Wide Choppers" because they're fast rappers and just really good.