USC's newest commitment, Kevon Seymour, goes in-depth about his decision to be a Trojan. Look inside…
Seymour Solid with USC
Pasadena (CA) Muir cornerback Kevon Seymour has visited the USC campus several times over the past few years, but when he arrived for his official visit this weekend, the surroundings had a different feel. For Seymour, who committed to the Trojans last week during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl last week, the USC campus really began to feel more comfortable. "Everything seemed different when I was on my official, everything seems new. That's what made it even better," Seymour explained. "It was a little different. "I just cherish the moments more." Being on campus with his mother, knowing that his future will unfold in the various buildings that they passed brought clarity to the young defensive back, who hopes to achieve great things during his time as a student-athlete. "The whole time I was thinking this is where I'm going to be the next couple of years," Seymour said. "It was just super nice there and having my mom there to see it was a good experience. "She was happy. Academic-wise, she's knows that's a good school for me, football-wise, too. She was excited too." Being a local kid, Seymour is familiar with several of the players currently on the USC roster. He was hosted by cornerback Torin Harris and felt very welcomed during his official visit. "I'm cool with all of them and I know a good amount of the players," he said. "It was cool. I just felt comfortable." At times during the recruiting process Seymour was truly torn when trying to decide which school was the best fit. But now that he has made a decision and Signing Day is just weeks away, the talented defensive back can now concentrate on his future as a Trojan. "It's just a big relief. I feel so much better than not being committed," he said. "When you're committed, it just takes a little pressure off your shoulders." Kevon Seymour impressed during practice for the U.S. Army All-American game.
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