Raleek Brown Scores First Career Touchdown
USC five-star running back Raleek Brown scored his first career touchdown during USC’s 66-14 blowout over Rice on September 3.
On a delayed hand-off by QB Caleb Williams on 1st and 10 at their opponent’s 14-yard line, Brown broke loose to the outside and easily ran past a defender to score. Excitingly, Brown struck the famous Heisman pose in the end zone to remind people of the electric vibes he is trying to bring back to the Coliseum.
Brown finished the game with 6 carries for 36 yards (1 touchdown) and also caught 2 receptions for 40 yards. Not a bad game for a true Freshman who has often been compared to former USC great and former Heisman trophy winner, Reggie Bush.
Brown was the #2 rated player in the state of California coming out of Mater Dei High School (per 247 Sports Composite) and the #42 best player overall (per 247 Sports Composite) in the 2022 recruiting class. With performances like this, it is easy to see why.
Raleek Brown will look to keep up the momentum as USC tries to claim its place within the College Football Playoff as the season progresses.