USC WR Jordan Addison describes playing alongside Caleb Williams

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Jordan Addison, the former USC Trojan wide receiver, who has been making the media rounds before the upcoming NFL Draft. He recently went on The Jim Rome Show and talked about his time in Southern California. Rome asked Addison what it was like to play with Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams.

"“Real fun. Real Exciting. [I] can’t give up on no plays. You know, just having him in our backfield, knowing that he could extend the play at any given moment is just you know that a big play could come at any time.”"

Jordan Addison on The Jim Rome Show

Addison is no stranger to making big plays. Before transferring to USC, he won the Fred Biletnikoff Award (Best Wide Receiver) in 2021 with the Pittsburg Panthers. He ended up with 1,593 receiving yards, 100 receptions, and 17 receiving touchdowns. He was only able to play in 11 games (due to injury) but was still able to be effective enough to earn first-team All-Pac-12 Conference honors.

It was fun to watch the Williams-to-Addison connection last season. The reigning Heisman-Trophy winning Quarterback will need to find a new favorite target if USC hopes to contend for the PAC-12 conference championship and their first berth into the College Football Playoffs.

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