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USC Linemen Camp Recap

Antwaun Woods

Yesterday USC held its annual Offensive/Defensive Linemen Camp and Scott Schrader and Kevin Carden collaborated in providing a recap of the top performers at the camp. Scout.com West Coast expert and one of the best in the business, Brandon Huffman, also provided commentary on many of the prospects.

Giovanni Di Poalo – Di Poalo from St. Bonaventure, has a good frame and athleticism, but struggled a bit during the one-on-one drills in the morning session. He got better as the day went on and definitely got a lot of attention from the USC coaching staff. According to Scout.com West Coast Analyst, Brandon Huffman, DiPoalo will more than likely end up a center or guard. And most of the time on...

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