USC cornerback Kevon Seymour's chances of playing in the Holiday Bowl on Dec. 30 in San Diego are "50-50 at best", according to Trojans head coach Clay Helton, via The Los Angeles Times.

Seymour, a senior, suffered a high-ankle sprain in practice earlier this week.

Seymour has been USC's third cornerback for most of the season after suffering a knee injury earlier in the season. He has played behind sophomore Adoree' Jackson and true freshman Iman Marshall.

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