UA/Scout L.A. Combine: Trojans Shine

Morrell Presley leads the way as Trojan Commits impress at the UA/Scout Los Angeles Combine. A handful of future Trojans display their talents at the Home Depot Center in Carson (CA). More inside...

Future Trojans Strut Their Stuff

Game Ball to Morrell Presley

Trojan commit Morrell Presley overwhelmed defenders and displayed why he is the number two-ranked tight end in the country.

Presley had his way with defenders and exuded a confidence that made his considerable size (6'3-1/2", 220 lbs.) overwhelm opponents all afternoon.

He also caught most passes thrown his way, and had separation on all of his defenders. Save one.

T.J. McDonald, A Chip Off the Old Block

The only defender to challenge Presley was Trojan commit T.J. McDonald (S), who had a nice afternoon himself. McDonald shut down Presley on a pass play, only to get beat by Presley on the next play.

T.J. McDonald showed poise and maturity with excellent cover skills during one-on-one drills against the receivers.

Tevin McDonald, Yet Another Chip

McDonald's younger brother, Tevan, (S) also showed well on the afternoon. The younger McDonald also has his sights set on USC. The younger McDonald had a nice interception on the one-on-ones.

Marquis Simmons Comes to Play

Marquis Simmons, (LB) the youngest brother of Trojan Alumnus, Melvin "Champ" Simmons had a nice afternoon. While covering tight ends Simmons showed power and speed, overwhelming his counterparts.

Kevin Graf, Leads the Offensive Line

Trojan Legacy, Kevin Graf was a force once again on the offensive line. Graf's father, Alan and brother, Derek, both played for the Trojans. Graf was a force to be reckoned with on the offensive line, but unfortunately, the lines did not face-off on one-on-ones. Top Stories