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Stanford Football: Cardinal and White Spring Game Highlights

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From "2016 Spring Game Reflections":

"Keller Chryst on the other hand still looked like the college game was moving too fast and was inconsistent all day. The one positive that I can take away from this is don't expect Chryst to be a clipboard holder. He is still very athletic and you may see Shaw use him like he did with Kevin Hogan in his first season. I will also say that even though I think it was an easy decision to say Burns is better than Chryst, it is still only April and Burns wasn't good enough to completely rule out Chryst or incoming freshman K.J. Costello competing for the starting job.

There wasn't much that was noteworthy but Stanford could have even more weapons offensively this season than last. Losing Hooper will be tough but Stanford has playmakers all over the field at all times and Bryce Love and Trent Irwin are already making preseason all-conference headlines. Rector is a homerun threat at all times and tight end Dalton Schultz is going to add to the list of Stanford tight ends who burst onto the national scene."