Raleek Brown came to USC as the No. 3 running back in his respective recruiting class. He was viewed as one of the most exciting offensive talents in America coming out of high school

Nothing about his debut season in Southern Cal dampened that excitement. But now he’s listed on USC’s official roster as a wide receiver. The Trojans will certainly look to get him on the field in a number of ways, but with the position change, it’s only natural to wonder what the role will largely be.

At USC’s local media day on Thursday, Brown was asked what fans should expect. His answer was perfectly on-brand.

“It’s going to be a fun show,” he said. “Get your popcorn ready.”

Brown made appearances in all 14 games as a true freshman last fall for the Trojans. He rushed for 227 yards on 42 carries (5.4 per carry), caught 16 passes for another 175 yards, and found the endzone a total of six times. He also returned kicks for USC.

It took him only three touches to score his first career touchdown for USC. Against Rice in the opener, he took a first-down handoff, beat a would-be tackler to the edge almost immediately after, and then flashed the Heisman pose once he’d scored.

Asked about the iconic pose on Thursday, Brown revealed it was a planned celebration after quarterback Miller Moss dared him to do it.