Freshman QB Max Browne had his best practice of the spring, according to Lane Kiffin. Browne completed a 65-yard yard pass to WR George Farmer, albeit against a walk-on defensive back.
Tailback Justin Davis was named the practice MVP after a strong performance. Kiffin also complimented linebacker Hayes Pullard for taking over a role as team leader.
“It goes back to the bowl practices, he made a decision that this was going to be his defense,” Kiffin said. “He became more vocal.”