Injuries have plagued the USC receiving corps, causing players like Marqise Lee and Nelson Agholor to miss practices. Freshman Darreus Rogers has stepped up to fill the void, and he says he is ready to make his mark at Troy.
Against Utah, Rogers had 62 receiving yards, just second to Agholor. Rogers says he is grateful for the opporunity and for the trust from his coaches.
The Trojans, now tied for second in the Pac-12, will look to continue to improve against a tough Oregon State team on Friday in Corvallis, OR.