USC Football capped off a month of practice with its 2017 Spring Game at the Coliseum today.
USC QB Sam Darnold was efficient in his limited outing, going 4-for-6 for 58 yards before heading to the sideline to give USC's younger gunslingers their opportunities.
QB Matt Fink connected with fellow redshirt freshman Tyler Vaughns for a 20-yard touchdown, the only receiving TD of the day.
Early enrollee Jack Sears went 3-for-7 for 32 yards.
With senior wideout Deontay Burnett out, USC's young receiving corps stepped up.
Vaughns led all wide receivers with 48 yards on the day.
Vaughns, Michael Pittman Jr. and Jalen Greene all hauled in three balls each.
On the defensive side of the ball, early enrollee Marlon Tuipulotu impressed, with four tackles.
In the fall, he and USC's other spring freshmen will be joined by the rest of the Class of 2017, who were introduced to the Trojan Family during today's game.
While the Spring Game showcased the future of Trojan football, USC also took time to honor last year's success.
USC's seniors and draft-bound juniors received their Rose Bowl rings in a special ceremony during the scrimmage.
The Trojans also honored USC's men's basketball team, which set a program record with 26 wins this season and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Check out all the highlights of USC's 2017 Spring Game here!