Tre Madden rushed for 106 yards and a score in the win
CAREER: In his career, he has 201 yards on 37 carries (5.4 avg), 11 receptions for 121 yards (11.0 avg), a 2-yard kickoff return and a tackle.
2017: The fleet Davis, also a sprinter on USC’s track team, will see action again at tailback as a junior in 2017.
2016: Davis was a backup tailback as a sophomore in 2016. Overall in 2016 while seeing action in 9 games (all but Arizona State, Colorado, California), he had 132 yards on 23 carries (5.7 avg) and 4 receptions for 19 yards (4.8 avg). A thigh injury sidelined him for the Arizona State game. He had 5 yards on 2 carries and caught a 6-yard pass against Alabama, then had 8 yards on 3 tries versus Utah State. He had a career-high 89 yards on 7 tries at Arizona (including an 85-yarder, USC’s longest run since LaVale Woods went 96 yards against Oregon State in 1996). He had 28 yards on 6 tries and caught 2 passes for 5 yards against Oregon. He caught an 8-yard pass at Washington and had 2 yards on 5 carries against Notre Dame.
2015: Davis served as a backup tailback and wide receiver as a first-year freshman in 2015. Overall in 2015 while appearing in all 14 games, he ran for 69 yards on 14 carries (4.9 avg), caught 7 passes for 102 yards (14.6 avg) and had a 2-yard kickoff return and a tackle. He caught 2 passes for 53 yards plus had a 2-yard run and 2-yard kickoff return against Arkansas State. He ran for 37 yards on 5 tries against Idaho, then had 16 yards on 2 carries against Stanford. He had 1 rush for a loss of a yard and a reception for 23 yards against Washington, then lost 3 yards on his only carry at Notre Dame. He had 3 yards on 2 carries and caught passes for 22 yards versus Utah, then caught a 4-yard pass at California and had 15 yards on 2 carries against UCLA.
TRACK: He also sprinted indoor and outdoor for USC’s track team in the spring of 2016.
He had 2016 outdoor bests of 10.65 in the 100 meters and 21.88 in the 200 meters, both while placing sixth at the Cardinal and Gold Challenge. In his other outdoor 100 meter appearances, he was first at the Trojan Invitational in 10.71 and fourth at the UCLA Dual in 10.74, while in his other outdoor 200 meter appearances he was eighth at the Trojan Invitational in 21.91 and fifth at the UCLA Dual in 22.65. He also ran at times on USC’s outdoor 400-meter relay team, including leading off the victorious quartet at the UCLA dual (the team clocked 39.89).
Indoor earlier in 2016, he set a USC freshman indoor record in the 60 meters when he went 6.78 in a heat at the MPSF Championships (he was eighth in the MPSF final at 6.85). He also posted indoor 60-meter times of 6.92 for fourth at the UW Indoor Preview and 6.95 for 23rd at the Conference Clash. In the indoor 200 meters, he went 22.30 for 17th at the MPSF Championships and 22.51 for 38th at the Conference Clash.
HIGH SCHOOL: He made 2014 Prep Star All-American and Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 as a senior running back, wide receiver and cornerback at Bishop Alemany High in Mission Hills (Calif.).
As a 2013 junior, he made All-CIF Pac 5 Division as a running back.
He broke his collarbone as a 2012 sophomore.
He also sprinted for Bishop Alemany’s track team, with bests of 10.47 in the 100 meters (10.39 wind-aided) and 21.48 in the 200 meters (21.27 wind-aided). He was fourth in the 100 (10.51) at the 2014 California state meet as a junior and third in the event as a 2015 senior (10.56). Current Trojan Steven Mitchell Jr. also prepped at Bishop Alemany.
PERSONAL: He is a communication major at USC.
GAME-BY-GAME WITH DOMINIC DAVIS
Outdoor—10.65 100 meters (2016), 21.88 200 meters (2016). Indoor—6.78 60 meters (2016), 22.30 200 meters (2016).