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USC Spring Recap: Part 2

Devon Kennard

After 15 spring practices, SCPlaybook's Kevin Carden and Dan Greenspan evaluate the Trojans and let you know what they need to do to be successful in 2010. Look inside for the details.

Most important defensive player Greenspan: LB Devon Kennard - The Pac-10 chase comes down to three teams: USC, Oregon and Oregon State. If the Trojans want to win the conference, it means stopping LaMichael James and Jacquizz Rodgers. Kennard clearly has the physical gifts to be an NFL player, the thumper capable of punishing running backs and shutting them down. If he develops the necessary...

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