"We do a little bit of adjusting," he said. "Obviously you want to sort out whoever is the best in the open field because you want to get them the ball in different ways.
"We will probably have the best rotation of guys we have had since I have been here. Instead of playing just five or six receivers, we want to be able to play eight or nine and move them in different positions."
"The first few practices Connor was looking for him all the time whether he was open or not," Rodriguez said. "I think that was his comfort zone, but I think now it is more system oriented. Connor is reading the defense and Cayleb is still learning too.
"I have been proud of the older guys, I think they have taken another step towards getting better too. I think all the competition we have is helping."
"It's obviously an issue when you have so many, trying to give them reps," Rodriguez said. "If I didn't think they were progressing enough, I would have to narrow it down, but because I think they are all getting better, it is working out okay.
"There's not been a great separation and I don't expect in four practices there will be a while lot more, but I suspect at the end of August camp it will clear up for sure."
"He has a cannon for an arm and he can run, but right now everything is a cloud," Rodriguez said. "For his first spring he is learning pretty well, but he's the last one to the party so to speak because he has only been here for a few months. He has gotten better and he will be in the mix too."
"I think they have gotten bigger, stronger," Rodriguez said of the cornerbacks. "With our defense what you saw was what you got as far as coverage wise.
"We didn't have the confidence or ability to move and disguise and change things up a little bit and I think we will be able to do that a little bit this fall."