I mentioned this a couple weeks ago but I think it’s going to be listed as a concern going into the fall.
A USC coach told me he’s been surprised in spring drills by the number of interceptions thrown by Kedon Slovis.
The expectations were unusually high for Slovis a year ago. And now he’s under intense scrutiny because of his inconsistent 2020 performance. But this spring, I’ve heard from multiple sources they were surprised at his interceptions.
Matt Barkley used to throw a lot of interceptions in practice so it’s not unheard of. But everything Slovis does also tends to be overmagnified because of the Air Raid. Let’s also be honest that he wasn’t overwhelming in the spring scrimmage.
Bottom line: The questions/doubts from 2020 were not snuffed out during spring practice.