USF Bulls Player Profile: Running Back – Trevon Sands
The USF Bulls are preparing for the upcoming season. Last year did not end the way they wanted. The Bulls got off to a hot start going 7-0 in the first 7 games. In the last 6, they would lose everyone. That included a bowl game at Raymond James Stadium where they play their home games. There, of course, have been many changes in the coaching staff and players. I am going to a series of player profiles like the ones I did for the quarterbacks. I am going to focus on the running backs.
Trevon Sands #28
Sands is entering his senior season. He started the opening game last year against Elon. He played 7 games in 2018. During the Elon game, he has three tackles on special teams. Sands is used offensively and on special teams. He was behind Jordan Cronkrite and Johnny Ford on the depth chart.
Sands was very impressive at the spring game. The times I saw him handling the ball was great. He used his time to impress and maybe become the number two back behind Cronkrite or a chance to be the feature back. He was also a big part of the special teams. Sands could be a kick returner and help defensively on kick returns. Either way, offensive coordinator Kerwin Bell has options when it comes to the running back position.
Sands could be a voice for the young running backs. He along with Cronkrite could help mold the next batch of Bulls running backs. Sands is a versatile player that could help where he is needed. Let see how the Bulls use him in 2019. The USF Bulls look very good on offense and hopefully, it will not sputter down the stretch like in 2018. Sand will be a part of that offense and help out on special teams.
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