Analysis: USC commits on West team defense

NCSA Director of Recruiting Randy Taylor joins FOX Sports NEXT to break down the play of USC commits at the Army All-American Bowl. Check out what he saw from the guys on on the West team's defense below...

Randy Taylor is the Director of Recruiting at NCSA Athletic Recruiting and has over 30 years of experience in college football including time on the staffs at Illinois, UCLA, and Minnesota.

Torrodney Prevot
"He's the typical edge guy. He's not really big, he's probably only 200-pounds but he's athletic, he's got really good quickness, he's got good length. He's one of these guys that maybe is a type of role-player that on passing downs he's going to make a difference and really be an exciting player to watch coming off that edge." – Randy Taylor

Michael Hutchings
"I loved him, I like his ability to run, he's got nice hips and feet, he's athletic. He, to me, was one of the better guys in space that I saw during the practices the last couple of days." – Randy Taylor

Chris Hawkins
"The one thing I saw in that young guy is that he's got a natural backpedal. He can stick his foot in the ground and break on a football. It just seemed like it was so easy and fluid and natural to him. He has the ability to transition from backpedal to run very smoothly. He will be a terrific cover-corner and he's not a big guy but as he gains weight, he doesn't look like he's afraid. He will be a solid addition to corner position at SC and probably can help in the return game as well." – Randy Taylor

Kylie Fitts & Su'a Cravens have been unable to practice for the west team.

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