USC camp update: Korey Foreman injured, has missed 4 straight practices

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Time to panic? No. However, USC definitely needs Korey Foreman to develop this season. A defense which is already thin will need significantly more production from players who didn’t make a huge impact in 2021, or didn’t play for the Trojans last season. Foreman is at the forefront of that list.

That’s why this piece of news from 247Sports’ USC site merits attention: Foreman has been held out of practice this past week. Details are elusive on the specific nature of the problem, but Lincoln Riley has said that Korey Foreman is dealing with an injury:

It was also the fourth-straight practice that rush end Korey Foreman did not participate. The former five-star missed Monday’s practice with a conflict, but Riley confirmed that he now has some sort of injury and was held out of practice. He did attend, wearing a bucket hat and sneakers along with his jersey.

If Foreman is attending practice and wearing a jersey, his condition probably isn’t too serious. However, the Trojans do need to bring him along. Not practicing puts him behind schedule.

Again, it’s not time to panic, but the margin for error on the defensive side of the ball is not very large for USC.

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Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire