"He hurt his hamstring in high school when he was running track (10.6 in the 100 meters) and it never loosened up so he sat out the first year," said his father Mike. "He got into a car accident and had a little bit of a concussion so he had to sit out a second year just to be safe. Last year he finally got to play and, to be honest, he expected all of this. He just works so hard. If he applies himself with the same work ethic he has shown so far he will be fine."
Bolio will be entering USC as a receiver behind Steve Smith and Chris McFoy while also serving as a back-up on punt and kickoff returns.
His father said his son made it clear to the USC coaches that he is looking to make an immediate impact with the Trojans "He told them, I don't want to redshirt or look to next year. I want to come in and compete right away."