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USC Trojans RB Crossover Rankings

How does Stephen Carr compare to other Trojan RB commits this decade?

The USC Trojans landed the #5 ranked recruiting class in the 2017 team rankings, but how does the running back position rank compared to other 'SC classes?

Overview: The Trojans landed Stephen Carr, the third highest ranked running back in the nation in 2017. The five-star is the second highest Trojan commit at the position this decade.

USC 2017 RB Class: Top-2

USC RB rated too high:  Dillon Baxter

USC RB rated too low: Buck Allen

USC RB notes: Ronald Jones has an opportunity in 2017 to live up to his ranking as the top Trojan RB this decade. The 2013 class could have been special if Justin Davis would have remained healthy and Ty Isaac could have lived up to his potential and remained in SoCal.  Stephen Carr has the ability to be the best of the ten running backs the Trojans have signed this decade.  Buck Allen might have come in with the lowest ranking, but his 2014 campaign (1,489 yds, 11 TD) has been the most complete of the bunch.

1 2015 43 Ronald Jones RB 2
2 2017 8 Stephen Carr RB 3
3 2010 33 Dillon Baxter RB 5
4 2013 29 Justin Davis RB 6
5 2013 37 Ty Isaac RB 7
6 2010 53 D.J. Morgan RB 9
7 2011 140 Amir Carlisle RB 15
8 2016 275 Vavae Malepeai RB 16
9 2015 NR Aca'cedric Ware RB 53
10 2011 NR Javorius Allen RB 57

Crossover Series:

Running Backs
Wide Receivers
Tight Ends
Offensive Tackles
Offensive Guards
Defensive Tackles


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