Markese Stepp has arrived in Lincoln, and he’s eager to make an impact with the Huskers.

Stepp joins the program after spending the first three seasons of his collegiate career at USC. A four-star member of the 2018 recruiting class out of Indianapolis, Stepp is hoping to provide a spark for a Nebraska team that is losing Dedrick Mills to the NFL and star receiver Wan’Dale Robinson to transfer.

On Friday, Nebraska Football released a video officially introducing Stepp to the Husker faithful. In that segment, Stepp said he is thankful to be a part of a program as historical as Nebraska:

“It felt good to be a part of a historical program like Nebraska…I’m ready just to put my best foot forward and bond with my teammates,” said Stepp.

Here’s the video:

Stepp rushed for 505 yards over three seasons with the Trojans to go along with six touchdowns. After splitting time in a loaded backfield the past two seasons, Stepp will look to carve out more of a feature role opportunity at Nebraska.