A handful of Trojans had the opportunity to rise up the depth charts during spring camp due to limited depth, and many of them rose to the occasion. With a whole month of virtually competition-free practices for some positions, these athletes were able to show the coaches that they're ready for greater responsibility.
Position battles will resume in the fall, but thanks to promising performances this spring (particularly on the offensive line and in the secondary), the coaches will have some options in terms of who to start. And that's a good thing, because for the first time in a few years, the Trojans should have quality depth across all positions.
Listed from offense to defense, here's a look at the 10 theoretical winners of spring duels that really made their move during this month.