By: Contrarian

I'm not doubting it's potentially a good idea, but I'm not seeing this reported anywhere. Until the dust clears regarding who will turn pro out of the secondary, and who USC still gets this recruiting period (ITS, Griffin and Ingram are still not committed), I can't see USC making any sort of a change in his status.

He'd be a natural replacement for Hawkins (another failed USC CB), but with Pola Mao, Bolden, Hufanga, (and others) waiting their turn at safety, I can see why the coaching staff might want to keep Grabbie at CB, at least until another young CB or two emerges.  

If Tell decides to stay for his senior year, I'd imagine Marshall stays at CB....glaring weaknesses and all.

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