Spent the 2016 season on injured reserve. Started 13 of 32 games for the Trojans during a career with various injuries, rushing 223 times for 1,155 yards and eight touchdowns, while recording 15 tackles on defense. He entered USC as a linebacker in 2011 and made the switch to running back before the 2012 season, but missed that season with a knee injury. He started the first six games in 2013 before a hamstring injury slowed him, rushing for 703 yards on 138 carries with three touchdowns, and became the first Trojan to open a season with three-consecutive 100-yard rushing games since Marcus Allen had 11 straight to open his 1981 Heisman Trophy season. He missed the 2014 season with a turf toe injury and played in 10 games with six starts in 2015 before being slowed by a knee injury. Earned USA Today All-USA second team honors as a senior linebacker and quarterback at Mission Viejo High. Despite missing four games with a foot injury in 2010, had 81 tackles, 3.0 sacks and one interception on defense, while he completed 13 of 26 passes for 311 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 310 yards with seven touchdowns on offense. His father, Curtis, was a fullback and defensive end at Kansas State (1988-91). His grandfather is Lawrence McCutcheon, a Colorado State and NFL All-Pro running back with the Los Angeles Rams (1972-79), Denver Broncos (1980) and Buffalo Bills (1981) who set the since-broken Rams career rushing record (6,186 yards). His uncle is former USC (1995-98) cornerback Daylon McCutcheon who played with the Cleveland Browns (1999-2006). Double major in communications and sociology. Born on August 16, 1993.