Clay Helton said today Chuma Edoga is focused on playing right tackle. This is big because Edoga was supposed to be the left tackle of the future after playing there all during spring practice.
Toa Lobendahn and Clayton Johnston are practicing at left tackle so far. That means you can bet Lobendahn will be the starting left tackle. And then that means Nico Falah starts at center.
Edoga supposedly prefers the move. Lobendahn probably wants to play center but is also USC’s most valuable lineman, so he goes to the toughest spot.