Curtis Conway, a former USC receiver who played 12 years in the NFL, watched JuJu Smith-Schuster during training camp as the sophomore prepared for the season.
"He has to understand now that when defenses play USC, JuJu's going to be circled," Conway, a television analyst, said after the workout. "He has to learn how to be a No. 1 receiver."
"You've got to be able to beat double-teams."
After Smith-Schuster scored on a 61-yard touchdown pass play in the Trojans' opener against Arkansas State, he found himself double-covered for much of the game.
The sophomore finished with four catches, and with...