Shelton talks learning from other USC corners

USC cornerback Devian Shelton discusses learning from older players in his position group as well as his performance in the Trojans' second scrimmage of Fall Camp.

Day fourteen of USC Fall Camp brought the Trojans back to the Coliseum for the team's second scrimmage of the preseason.

Although cornerback Devian Shelton said he did "okay," he still says there is always room for improvement.

"I felt like it went okay," said Shelton. "But I can get better every play, every practice. I could have done better."

Shelton drew a penalty during the scrimmage while covering a deep ball to De'Von Flournoy in the endzone. Shelton says that with these USC receivers, not drawing a penalty is extremely difficult.

"it's really hard," said Shelton. "Our receivers are probably the best in the country and they make us work hard every day, every practice."

Shelton says he wants to improve every part of his game, and that he looks to the older players in his position group for guidance.

"[Anthony Brown] is just tough, he's a tough dude," said Shelton. "Kevon [Seymour] could cover anybody and Torin [Harris] is just the smart one in the group, so I try to learn from everybody."

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