- Kyle Williams, Analyst, WeAreSC.com
Pasadena (Calif.) athlete Kevon Seymour has an extensive interest in Saturday's game between Washington and USC at the Coliseum, as the Huskies and Trojans are at the top of his list of suitors. So what kind of prospect could Washington or USC be getting in Seymour?
Seymour has the speed and quickness to fill any skill-position role. On defense, he mostly plays safety, but it looks like his more natural position is at cornerback. He has quick feet and flips his hips well in coverage. Because of this, he'll be able to react quicker and make up ground against better receivers at the college level.
He will have an immediate impact as a kick returner as soon as he steos on campus. Has great field vision and looks to be planning his second move before executing his first. He seems to kick it into another gear when he has the ball in his hands. Seymour is not the best route runner nor does he have the best hands, but when used as a quarterback in the "Wildcat" formation he's nearly impossible to stop.
Kyle Williams evaluates Pasadena (Calif.) Muir High School athlete Kevon Seymour, one of the more dynamic players in Southern California.