Day two of football camp, so we'll weigh observations accordingly.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins spoke with the media today for the first time since being pulled over for DUI in March. You can see that video here. Seferian-Jenkins was contrite and talked about how he's aware of the severity of DUI.
As for the actual football, some news, notes and quotes:
> Good day for Keith Price. He hit freshman John Ross over the top for a touchdown that left Sean Parker screaming in dismay. Price's pass was just beyond Parker's fingertips.
> Price had one hiccup when Travis Feeney made an athletic play to pick off a pass. Feeney also sprinkled in a post-pick dance session.
> Kicker Travis Coons was 2-for-5 and newcomer Cameron Van Winkle was 4 -for-5 with a long of 53 yards.
> We saw a little more work for Deontae Cooper and Jesse Callier today. Each had a couple carries during the scaled-down team sessions, a small step from Monday, but still a step.
> Converted tight end Evan Hudson is working with the No. 1 defensive line. Head coach Steve Sarkisian said they will make a decision on where to predominantly play Hudson -- offense or defense -- by next week. If Hudson remains on the defensive line, he will still see some time on offense in goal-line or possibly jumbo formations.
> Hau'oli Jamora, also coming off injury, did more work in team settings today, too.
> Wide receiver Jaydon Mickens hurt his shoulder and sat out the majority of practice.
> Offensive lineman Shane Brostek had a walking boot on his left leg.
> Speaking of the offensive line, OL coach Dan Cozzetto was fully his salty self on just day two of camp, letting many on the offensive line know what they were doing was not correct or acceptable.
> Wide receiver Kevin Smith is moving much better than last season when he played with a giant knee brace. No knee brace in fall camp.