Continuing our series of what-if NCAA 15 ratings for the Gamecocks, we look at the loaded USC backfield. Click here for our first entry of Quarterbacks.
USC's best player this season certainly lives up to the hype.He does everything very well, with the only weaknesses in his game being carrying (still an 83) and that evil injury bug (79). It might be tough to get his Heisman in real life, but my Dynasty has him with a stone cold 1,500 yards/30 TDs in mind.
Like Davis, Brandon Wilds never seems to get full credit for the speed his possesses (91). Although listed as the team's lone 'Power' back, Wilds Child has shown his ability to do-it-all, especially in the receiving game (89 Catch). Did the computer auto-pull Mike Davis after his 5th consecutive carry? No worries here.
The lone underclassman, we still don't know much about Mr. Williams, except that he is blazing fast (97 Speed). On paper, he's arguably the most physically gifted back on the roster from a size/speed stadnpoint, will he break into your Dynasty's year one rotation?
Hey, there's only one rock to tote, right? Carson might be the short end of the stick with wimpy 5 minute quarters, but step your games up to an ungodly length and he can still get his stats in.
Sometimes you just can't beat some power, I-Form off-tackle. Enter Connor McLaurin. Set up your recruiting board properly though, because once the senior's gone you'll have a plethora of 1-Star options at your disposal.
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