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Name: Keaontay Ingram (Transfer from Texas)
College: Southern California     Number: 26
Height: 5-11   Weight: 222
Position: RB  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Texas...2020: NAC...PDoak...2019: PDoak...144-853-5.9-7 rush, 29-242-8.3-3 rec in 13 gms in '19. Backup w/142-708-5.0-3 rush, 27-170-6.3-2 rec in 2 sts, 13 gms in '18.

 Keaontay Ingram, Southern California, Player News


  Helton has voiced a desire to improve efficiency in the Trojans' running game, and senior transfer Keaontay Ingram and freshman Brandon Campbell may be able to help with that. Ingram accumulated 1,811 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns in his previous three seasons at Texas, in addition to catching 67 passes for six touchdowns. Campbell ran for 1,555 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2018 and 2019 at Lamar Consolidated High in Texas. "What I've seen from both Keaontay as well as Brandon Campbell has been a unique running skill set," Helton said. "They have a great feel, great patience as runners. They both are extremely explosive, and I've been impressed with their patience in the lane, letting things set up and then exploding." - Orange County Register

(DS#6 RB) Sr/2022 RB Keaontay IngramSouthern California
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  Running back Keaontay Ingram is transferring from Texas to Southern California. USC confirmed the latest addition to its backfield Tuesday. Ingram rushed for 1,811 yards over the past three seasons with the Longhorns, making 18 starts. After starting all 13 games and racking up 853 yards and seven touchdowns in 2019, he rushed for 250 yards in six games last season while struggling with an ankle injury. Ingram is leaving Austin after freshman Bijan Robinson emerged as Texas' starting tailback late in the season and coach Tom Herman was replaced by Steve Sarkisian in the offseason. - AP College Football

(DS#6 RB) Sr/2022 RB Keaontay IngramSouthern California
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  Texas running back Keaontay Ingram, an 1,800 yard career rusher, has put his name in the NCAA transfer portal, multiple recruiting sites reported late Thursday. Ingram, with 32 games and 18 career starts on his resume, becomes the first major test case for a player transfer under new UT coach Steve Sarkisian. Former coach Tom Herman had a way of talking players into staying after they put their name in the portal. Sarkisian's goal in the early days of his tenure is to get to know as many people as possible affiliated with the program.

Herman's running backs coach, Stan Drayton, is expected to stay on with Sarkisian. Ingram was also competing for playing time with freshman Bijan Robinson and sophomore Roschon Johnson. Ingram was a central figure the last three seasons. The all-state athlete from Carthage rushed for 708 yards as a freshman in 2018, 853 yards as a sophomore and 250 yards last season. He missed the last four games after suffering an ankle injury at Oklahoma State on Halloween. - Austin American Statesman


(DS#6 RB) Sr/2022 RB Keaontay IngramSouthern California
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  Texas Longhorns senior running back Keaontay Ingram has entered the NCAA transfer portal, according to a report from 247Sports on Thursday evening. Rumors first surfaced about Ingram's future in the program in early December and the continued rise of Bijan Robinson at the end of his freshman season likely contributed to the decision by Ingram. A 6'0, 222-pounder, Ingram was the team's fourth-leading rusher in 2020 with 53 carries for 250 yards and a rushing touchdown he scored against the Cowboys on his last carry of the season one play after suffering a high ankle sprain. Out of the backfield, Ingram had 11 catches for 103 yards and a touchdown, but he was slowed by a preseason hamstring injury and then the ankle injury that sidelined him for the final four games. - Burnt Orange Nation

(DS#6 RB) Sr/2022 RB Keaontay IngramSouthern California
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  2020 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD WATCH LIST: Keaontay Ingram (Jr.), Texas,...Ingram, a native of Carthage, Texas, has rushed for 1,561 yards on 286 carries (5.5 ypc) and 10 touchdowns during his first two collegiate seasons. He also added 56 receptions for 412 yards and five touchdown during that stretch. Ingram is the first Longhorn to rush for at least 1,500 yards during his first two collegiate seasons since Jamaal Charles in 2005-06.

Ingram, who rushed for 708 yards as a true freshman and 853 yards as a sophomore, is also the first Longhorn to rush for 700-plus yards in consecutive seasons since Malcolm Brown in 2013-14. In addition to his 853 rushing yards, Ingram tallied 29 catches for 242 yards and three touchdowns in 2019. His 29 receptions were the 10th-most by a UT running back in a season, and the most since Fozzy Whittaker caught 34 passes in 2010. - Texas Football


(DS#6 RB) Sr/2022 RB Keaontay IngramSouthern California
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  Sunday's scrimmage was memorable, as promised. The Longhorns might have lost two starters less than three weeks before the season opener. Running back Keaontay Ingram "tweaked his knee" and safety Caden Sterns "rolled his ankle," according to Texas coach Tom Herman. Neither player finished the scrimmage, and both left the Whitaker Sports Complex on crutches. "The on-field examinations look promising, but obviously we'll know more once we get those guys evaluated," Herman said. Both sophomores are expected to be key contributors this season. If the coaching staff had to choose, they'd prefer to get Ingram back sooner. The depth at running back is now perilously thin. - Austin American Statesman

(DS#6 RB) Sr/2022 RB Keaontay IngramSouthern California
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  2019 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Keaontay Ingram (So.), Texas,...Ingram, a native of Carthage, Texas, rushed 142 times for 708 yards and three touchdowns during his freshman season in 2018. He appeared in 13 games and started against both Oklahoma State and West Virginia. Last season, Ingram scored against Maryland to become the first Longhorn true freshman with a rushing touchdown in the season opener since 2005, when Jamaal Charles and Henry Melton both did so.

He passed the century mark on the ground for the first time in his career during UT's 23-17 win over Baylor later in the year, as he carried the ball 19 times for 110 yards. Ingram also recorded 12 touches (nine rushes, three receptions) in Texas' win over No. 5 Georgia in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. - Texas Football


(DS#6 RB) Sr/2022 RB Keaontay IngramSouthern California
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