Graham Harrell won’t be making his choice for USC’s QB starter until deep into fall practices. That’s when he expects Sears, Fink, Daniels or Slovis to jump out and stake his claim to the spot that starts getting all the extra reps.
You get the sense Harrell doesn’t believe this will be a difficult call. It’s as though he feels there will be a natural evolution by one candidate to the level of precision, quickness and sophistication he expects from his starter — the guy he feels who finds the “open grass” quicker, more frequently and regardless if the defense knows what’s coming. If sounds verbally overworked in today’s sports performance lingo, but Harrell’s waiting to find his “executioner”, the youngster who just plays best, free of wasted thinking and motions, and too accurate to be stopped.
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