- Garry Paskwietz, Publisher, WeAreSC.com
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Through two weeks of USC fall camp, here is our take on the current depth chart (an asterisk denotes a player who is missing time right now due to injury):
Still no word from Lane Kiffin on which back-up quarterback is in the lead for the No. 2 spot.
Redd appears to have moved ahead of Morgan for the No. 2 spot.
Vainuku has put together a real nice fall camp as he gets ready for starting role.
Woods is looking good on that ankle lately.
Farmer and Blackwell have both performed well in recent practices
Pomee was looking real good early in camp before getting hurt
Tuerk was impressive while Walker was out, but Walker recently returned to action.
Markowitz can also serve as an option at center
Holmes looks like an All-American in camp
Martinez pairs with Graf to form an effective right side
Guerlter has moved over to the right side in recent days with Graf out of action.
With Tavai and Townsend both out and DeVante Wilson going down for the year with a knee injury, Breslin has flipped over from the right side.
Uko is showing signs of very good play -- a breakout year could definitely be on the horizon.
Woods has improved greatly from last fall.
Greene could be counted on to play an increased role this fall.
Pullard will move to the middle if Dawson is out.
Dawson has been out of action for a while.
Bailey has seen spot duty in recent days, he should be fine.
Seymour has taken advantage of the absence of other corners to make an early impact.
Kiffin has made no secret of how much he misses Harris in the lineup.
After missing spring, Bowman started slow in camp but has come on lately.
Shaw could play either corner or safety, though the coaches appear to prefer him at safety.
Through two weeks of USC fall camp, here is our take on the current depth chart (an asterisk denotes a player who is missing time right now due to injury):QB: Matt Barkley; Cody Kessler or Max WittekStill no word from Lane Kiffin on which back-up quarterback is in the lead for the No.