New Indiana running back Stephen Carr met with the media on Tuesday.
Carr came to USC as the nation’s No. 3 running back in the 2017 class, according to the 247Sports Composite. A 5-star prospect out of Summit High School in Fontana, California, Carr played for then Trojans’ and now IU running backs coach Deland McCullough during his freshman campaign in Los Angeles.
Listed at 6-foot and 215 pounds, Carr has rushed for 1,329 yards on 264 carries (5.0 average) with 12 touchdowns in four seasons with USC. Also proficient as a pass catcher, he has amassed 57 receptions for 421 yards with another score. Carr also returned 15 kickoffs for 321 yards. The Gardena, Calif. product has appeared in 35 games and started in six for the Trojans. He made 2017 All-Pac-12 honorable mention in his lone season with McCullough.
2020 was Carr’s senior season, but he has another year of eligibility remaining due to a special rule passed by the NCAA as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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