Rivals.com analyst Adam Gorney ranks the Pac-12's 2011 recruiting classes by position. It was total domination by USC coach Lane Kiffin and his staff, as the Trojans took the top spot in six of 10 positions. Check out...[details]
"On the Hoof: Lasco is very lean and muscular with absolutely no bad body weight. His long build makes him look more like a receiver or safety than a running back.
Needs Improvement: He is a tall and lean for an every-down back, so adding muscle mass while keeping his speed will make him harder to tackle and more durable. Lasco could also improve his change of direction a bit, improving his ability to make people miss.
Most Impressive: Lasco possesses excellent overall speed, and is dangerous as a pass receiver downfield. His body type and skill set also allow him to project as a receiver or safety at the next level. He also has the potential to become a dangerous kick returner at the next level.
Conclusion: Could make an impact early as a return man or as a gunner on punts and kickoffs. Look for him to redshirt as he finds his fit with whatever college he ends up attending.
" — 6/28/2010
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