The top running back target for USC in the 2023 class, Treyaun Webb (6-1 205) of Jacksonville, was back for his second visit Tuesday to watch the opening of spring practice and visit with the coaching staff. Webb has the Gamecocks among his top group of schools and plans to take an official visit in June. Tuesday’s visit further enhanced USC’s chances with him.
“The visit went great,” Webb said. “I got to see the practice. I got to see the team. I got to see the facilities. And I finally got to see the campus, too. I only saw the facilities the first time. The campus is a great campus, a college friendly campus.”
Webb kept a close eye on the offense in general and the running backs in particular during Tuesday’s practice. He liked what he saw from the Marcus Satterfield production.
“They are very explosive and high tempo,” Webb said. “They definitely spread the ball around. It’s a pro-style offense.”
Webb said he talked with the entire Gamecock staff on the visit, and he got a clearer picture of what they have in mind for him in 2023.
“They were saying I can come in in a perfect situation,” Webb said. “Depth wise, if Marshawn (Lloyd) has a good year, he’ll probably leave. And the transfer from Wake Forest (Christian Beal-Smith), he’s a senior, so he’ll be gone. I’ll be coming in and it will be me and 21 (Juju McDowell.) They say I’m going to be that workhorse and get me downhill. I’m a bigger sized back and I can be like ZaQuandre (White).”
This was Webb’s final unofficial visit for the spring. He also visited Florida this month. Webb has set his official visit to USC for June 24th. He has also set visits with Baylor, Arkansas and Penn State. Florida and Georgia are two others he’s considering for the fifth visit. He will make his decision after he takes his officials, and this USC visit left the Gamecocks in a good spot with him.
“They definitely made it closer,” he said. “They are making it tough down the stretch.”
Last season Webb rushed for 1200 yards and 11 touchdowns in 10 games after missing the first four games with injuries.
- WR Devin Hyatt of Columbia and IMG Academy made a visit with USC Tuesday.
- 2024 ATH Jaiden Spearman of Charlotte made a visit to USC Tuesday.
- 2024 LB Andrew Hines III plans to visit Clemson again for their spring game April 9th.
- 2024 DT Champ Thompson (6-3 250) of Norcross, GA plans to visit Clemson Wednesday.
- SAF Caleb Woodson plans to visit USC Saturday.
- DE Zavion Hardy plans to visit USC for the spring game.
- USC and Clemson target DE TJ Searcy was offered by Vanderbilt.
- A report by Jamie Shaw of On3Sports stated 6-10 GG Jackson of Ridge View committed to USC on his official visit last month telling then coach Frank Martin he would be coming for the 2022 class. With Martin out at USC, Jackson is now re-evaluating his options which include Duke, North Carolina, Georgetown, Auburn and the G League.