USC's first training camp scrimmage Monday appeared as just that, a first scrimmage.
Referees threw several flags, quarterbacks missed open targets and coaches hollered at freshmen to join their special-team assignments.
However, despite some first-scrimmage miscues, there were several standout plays.
Sophomore Jonathan Lockett and freshmen Iman Marshall and Marvell Tell each intercepted a pass.
Third-year sophomore receiver Steven Mitchell caught two touchdown passes, including a long catch-and-run play, though it was called back because of a procedure penalty before the snap.
Junior tailback Justin Davis, who spent the first week of camp sidelined because of a hamstring injury, was impressive and showed little sign of a setback.
And the offensive line created enough holes for freshman tailback Ronald Jones to demonstrate his speed.
USC is scheduled to return to practice Wednesday at 8:45 a.m.