Travis Dye was all of us when news broke that USC was officially adding Jordan Addison.

The Trojan running back told reporters on Thursday that when he saw USC was officially adding the former Pitt wideout and Biletnikoff winner, his mind went to DJ Khaled. “Another one,” he thought.

USC head coach Lincoln Riley made money moves during his first offseason at the helm of the program. Riley added a player who won a postseason award as the best at his position in 2021, the Pac-12’s all-purpose yardage leader, and multiple Freshman All-Americans.

Addison gets the headlines as the most recent, but don’t forget about Dye.

The former Oregon tailback was an AP All-Pac-12 second-teamer last season. Across four years with the program, he ran for 3,111 yards (the fifth most in school history) with a 6 yards-per-carry average and 21 touchdowns. He also caught 83 passes for 869 yards and another eight scores.

Just last season, Dye led the league with 1,673 yards as a rusher and a receiver. That dual-threat ability figures to make him the perfect kind of weapon in Riley’s offense, which leans more run-focused than typical Air Raid outfits but also utilizes runners out of the backfield as receiver threats in the pass game.

With USC looking like it’ll have championship-caliber talent, we’ll see how quickly things can come together in Los Angeles. The year gets rolling on Sept. 3 at home against Rice. USC begins fall camp on Friday.