Green Bay Packers NFL Draft prospect profile: ILB Hayes Pullard, USC
6-0, 240 pounds
Hometown: Inglewood, CA
40 yard: 4.78
3 cone: 7.07
News and Notes:
With all the common 1st-2nd round inside linebacker prospects done, its now time to look at some players further down on the...
Some of USC Football’s best players from last season took their talents to the NFL Draft and their production will be greatly missed at the collegiate level. The Trojans will try not to dwell on the losses, but will instead look within to see who can replace some of their best players from the last year.
Williams will be the hardest player to...
It was one of those magic nights. It was a night in which it seemed everything was going right for the Cardinal and Gold inside the Coliseum. Los Angeles' iconic stadium was rocking.
The date: Nov. 26, 2011. USC was in the process of slaughtering UCLA by the score of 50-0. At the conclusion of the night, USC players emerged from their locker room wearing T-shirts with the inscription...
When you are a top 15 team you are expected to play a good, clean, hard fought game. Saturday when the No. 14 and No. 13 teams in the nation met (USC and Stanford) good, clean, and hard fought was not what the fans got. Instead it was a game filled with errors, mistakes, and penalties. It was the kind of game where you can't afford to lose a key player--like a starting linebacker...
USC and Stanford are locked up at 10-10 right now in what has easily turned into the most interesting game of the day. There have been a number of controversial decisions by the referees in the second half – the most recent being the ejection of Trojans linebacker Hayes Pullard. Pullard, covering a kickoff in the third quarter, led with his helmet attempting to knock the Cardinal’s...
Stanford running back Barry Sanders Jr. (yes, the son of that Barry Sanders) was leveled by USC linebacker Hayes Pullard during the PAC-12 clash on Saturday at Stanford Stadium.
Stanford quarterback Kevin Hogan tried to toss a shovel pass to Sanders, but unfortunately for Barry Jr., Pullard read the play all the way and laid what had to be a painful hit on the running back:
USC’s defense will be led this year by the play of the linebackers. Lack of available scholarships the past few years has affected the depth of this group, but most of the guys that will see the field already have starting experience under their belts. This group brings experience and playmaker ability behind an above average defensive line. The front seven will be the glue that...
USC linebacker Hayes Pullard will return for his final season of eligibility.
Pullard, who will be a fifth-year senior, announced his decision Monday via his Twitter feed.
Pullard, who played at Crenshaw High, had a team-best 94 tackles for the Trojans, who finished 10-4.
Pullard had 5 1/2 tackles for loss.
Pullard's return could stabilize a defense that lost safety Dion Bailey and...