You may as well pencil George Selvie in as a starter at one end position.  However, the end spot opposite Selvie remains an open competition, one that might just come down to the last day of practice.

“It’s really close,”  said USF coach Jim Leavitt.  “(David) Bedford is having a good camp.  (Craig) Marshall has done some good things.  You got (Patrick) Hampton…It’s hard.”

David Bedford, Craig Marshall, Ryne Giddins, Julius Forte, Patrick Hampton, and Aaron Harris have all played well in practice, Leavitt said.

Harris started 12 games last year as a junior, but Leavitt said he is “not necessarily” a starter because of experience.

Leavitt said Harris, Selvie, and Craig Marshall can rotate to tackle if need be.

-Phil Neary

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