USC wideout/running back Raleek Brown intends to enter the transfer portal when it opens next Monday, according to On3’s Hayes Fawcett.

Brown spent two seasons with the Trojans, redshirting during the 2023 campaign. He’ll have four years of eligibility remaining at whichever school he moves to next.

The former top-100 recruit appeared in USC’s Week 0 contest against San Jose State, but then did not play again until the Trojans’ Nov. 4 game against Washington. After he began the season off of USC’s two-deep, reporters emerged that Brown intended to redshirt this season. He made the switch from running back to wide receiver during the offseason.

Brown had 227 rushing yards, 175 receiving yards, and six total touchdowns as a true freshman last year. He had just six total touches for 34 yards this season.

When he returned to the field against Washington, he scored a touchdown on his very first touch. The talent as a do-everything offensive weapon is clearly there. Brown possesses a natural play-making ability.

Brown was once an Oklahoma commit when Lincoln Riley was the head coach in Norman. When Riley left to take the USC job, Brown was one of the first to flip his commitment to the Trojans. The former Mater Dei tailback figures to have an active market of suitors once he enters the transfer portal.