You can make a case that some USC players are raising their draft stock simply by getting away from Clay Helton.
USC offensive lineman Chuma Edoga scored a 34 on the Wonderlic test, which is one of the top scores I’ve seen this year. The only Pac-12 score that was better was Washington State quarterback Gardner Minshew, who scored a 42.
Edoga did not get along with former USC offensive line coach Neil Callaway and you’re seeing how motivated he is now that he got away from USC because he had a good Senior Bowl and generally good reviews since he left. He missed quite a few practices at USC and also famously got ejected against Utah State when he pushed an official.