If USC's spring game last Saturday was a Saturday during the fall, USC All-American defensive lineman Leonard Williams says he "definitely" would have been on the field.
However, it was the spring game and just like the 14 practices USC held prior to that, Williams was relegated to being a spectator.
It was all a part of USC head coach Steve Sarkisian's decision to try to make sure, as best he can, that his team enters fall camp 100 percent healthy.
Williams underwent offseason surgery for a torn labrum. He injured his shoulder in fall camp heading into the 2013 season but managed to play in 13 of 14 games with the injury.
This spring, he continued his rehab as his teammates went through spring drills but had a minor setback prior to the spring game.
"(My shoulder) got a little inflamed," Williams admitted. "I was cleared to do a lot of stuff and I, kind of, went past my limit. Other than that, it was feeling great."
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