MarShawn Lloyd
Running BackRB
Injury Knee
2020 Fantasy Outlook
Lloyd is attempting to make an immediate impact for the Gamecocks as a true freshman. The Gamecocks lost their top three rushers from a season ago, leaving Lloyd and a bevy of other inexperienced options to fill the void. Lloyd was the No. 56 ranked prospect in the 2020 class; he is a powerful, physical runner with a low center of gravity who does not shy away from contact. However, he also has lateral agility and explosiveness. Lloyd will vie with sophomore Kevin Harris, Deshaun Fenwick and a plethora of other options for touches out of the backfield. However, the five-star recruit should have the inside track. Read Past Outlooks
On track to return in 2021
March 18, 2021
Lloyd (knee) may not be ready to play in the spring game but is on track to be ready for the start of the 2021 season, Michael Bratton of Saturday Down South reports.
A four-star prospect out of high school, Lloyd's 2020 season ended before it ever began due to a torn ACL suffered in mid-August. He had garnered praise from some of the veterans on the team just prior to the injury, suggesting Lloyd may have a significant role in 2021 if he can return to his pre-injury form.
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Suffers season-ending injury
August 20, 2020
Lloyd suffered a torn ACL during Wednesday's practice and has been ruled out for the season, Ben Breiner of The Columbia State reports.
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