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Stephen Carr, running back, USC

This young man is going to immediately provide a spark for the Trojans in 2017. Carr, a 6-foot, 200-pound back out of Summit, is coming off a senior season in which he rushed for 2,128 yards, 31 touchdowns and caught 20 passes, five of which went for touchdowns.

His highlight reel is insane.

A true power/speed back with excellent vision and a nasty attitude, Carr should work himself into the offense as the No. 2 back behind Ronald Jones, who went over 1,000 yards last year.

The combination of these two playing behind sophomore Sam Darnold should be quite potent. The only real question mark here is whether the Trojans have enough talent up front to account for the three starters that moved on from college.

Still, there is a reason this program is getting so much hype this offseason. In addition to the nine-game winning streak USC finished the season with last year, there is a lot of young talent ready to explode.