Trevon Sidney promises to move to Illinois

The receiver Trevon Sidney announced that he is committed to transfer to Illinois on Sunday, going with Oluwole Betiku with the Illini Fighting.

Trevon Sidney is on his way out of USC football and on his way to Illinois.

The former four-star receiver announced his commitment to the Rising Fight Sunday evening.

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“The marathon continues,” Sidney launched with a graphics.

If that graphics are aware, it may. Linebacker Oluwole Betiku tweeted something similar last week when he announced he was moving to Illinois.

Betiku was the player No. 15 in 2016 class, and classified by Sidney No. 143. In 2016, the Illinois recruitment class had no class in the top class.

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Sidney is a graduate transfer, so she will be eligible immediately in Illinois, as well as Betiku.

In three seasons at USC, Sidney took 10 for 139 yards and had no involvement. As part of Trojans loading a receiver class in 2016, he was trapped in a log jam which limited his playing time.

However, there were deficiencies in its ability, particularly after performance by catch, 72-yard against UNLV to start the 2018 season. However, its participation was for the remainder of the season.

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He announced his decision to transfer back in January.

The Trojans Sidney could be used in 2019, with transfers to Air Raid and other receiver transfers, including Bru McCoy, Josh Imatorbhebh, Randal Grimes and Velus Jones Jr.

Without Sidney and the others, the USU had to find a way through the Spring Camp with only five healthy scholarship receivers on most days. Fortunately for the Trojans, reinforcements are expected this summer, with members of the 2019 class joining the team. Among those players are Kyle Ford, Drake London and Munir McClain.

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