Marc Tyler - Southern California (HT: 5-10⅝ - WT: 219)
Positives -- Big running back with deceptive speed... Was the top running back recruit in the country coming out of high school so you know he has tools... Has a strong build with a big upper body, sheds arm tacklers fairly easy... Will lower his shoulder when approaching contact... Good feet within
the hole, chops his feet well and has some wiggle to him to shake the first defender... Does a great job of heading up field, doesn't dance too much... Has NFL bloodlines, father is former Rams/49ers running back Wendell Tyler... Has the ability to contribute on every down if he puts it all together... Good vision, finds the hole well... Patient runner who doesn't outrun his blockers... Displays good hands out of the backfield, wasn't utilized much as a receiver, but appears to have the ability to be a factor in the passing game.
Negatives -- Former top recruit who completely underwhelmed while at USC, never had a 1,000 yard season and struggled to hold the starting tailback job throughout his career... Lost weight prior to the combine and ran very poorly, reminiscent of John Clay from the 2011 draft who lost weight in hopes of increasing his speed but ran poorly and saw his stock plummet... Lost most of his carries at the end of his senior season in favor of Curtis McNeal... Has big character concerns, was suspended a game this season for making a joke in public about being paid by USC... Long strider and a one speed runner, doesn't have an extra gear, always seems to run at the same pace... Poor open field runner... Struggled with injuries throughout his career at USC, broke his leg in high school... Dislocated his left shoulder this past October in a game against California... A rugged runner who isn't very smooth... Will be a 24 year old rookie... Statistics may be a bit misleading considering he played behind perhaps the best offensive line in the country the past two years.
At Southern California -- (Official School Bio) 2010: Tyler made quite an impact as a junior in 2010 while starting 8 games at tailback. Overall in 2010 while appearing in all 13 games, he led USC in rushing with 913 yards on 171 carries (5.3 avg.) with 9 TDs, plus he had 17 receptions for 127 yards (7.5 avg.) with 1 TD and was 0-of-1 passing. His 10 total touchdowns were the most by a Trojan in 2010. He had 3 100-yard games in 2010. He rushed for a then-personal-best 154 yards on 17 carries (9.1 average) with a 44-yard TD against Hawaii in his first career start. He led USC with 67 yards on 18 carries against Virginia and he also caught 2 passes for 18 yards. He then had 33 yards on 9 tries with a short TD at Minnesota and 34 yards on 7 rushes with a short TD at Washington State. He added 60 yards on 14 carries (mostly out of the Wildcat formation) with 2 short touchdowns and he also had 2 receptions for 13 yards against Washington, then had 11 yards on 3 carries, plus caught a 10-yard pass and just missed completing a long bomb out of the Wildcat formation at Stanford. He ran for a game-best 79 yards on 7 carries (with an 11-yard TD out of the Wildcat formation) and caught a 24-yard pass against California. He led USC with 69 rushing yards on 17 carries with 2 short TDs against Oregon and he also caught 3 passes for 16 yards. He had a game-best 119 yards on 12 carries (9.9 avg.) and also led USC with 5 receptions for 32 yards (with a 15-yard TD) against Arizona State. He had a career-high and game-leading 160 yards on 31 carries (the most rushes by a Trojan since Sultan McCullough had 39 against California in 2002) with a short TD against Arizona (he also had a 16-yard reception). He had 34 yards on 11 carries along with a catch for -1 yard before spraining his ankle in the second quarter at Oregon State. He had 48 yards on 17 carries against Notre Dame, then added 45 yards on 8 rushes at UCLA.
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