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Penn State is not short on bodies in the secondary.
But there is a bit of a concern at the cornerback spot opposite junior Jordan Lucas as spring practice winds down.
Three-quarters of the defensive backfield appears set heading into Saturday's Blue-White scrimmage at Beaver Stadium.
Assuming everyone remains in good health, you can expect to see Lucas at one of the corners and seniors Adrian Amos and Ryan Keiser at the safety spots.
Should anything happen to Amos or Keiser, indications are the defensive staff is pleased with redshirt sophomore Malik Golden, a converted wideout.
But with Amos making the move from corner to safety, it will be interesting to see how the competition for one of the corner spots plays out.
Lucas, third on the team in tackles (55) last season, was one of PSU's most active defenders. He also intercepted three passes and was credited with a team-high 29 passes defensed. Lucas' starting job is secure.
Junior Trevor Williams is one of the top contenders for the corner opening. He began 2013 as a starting corner, intercepting two passes, but gave way to Amos when the coaches moved Amos from safety.
Two other corner possibilities are junior Da'Quan Davis and sophomore Jordan Smith.
Should a clear-cut winner from the group of Williams, Davis and Smith fail to emerge by late August, one of three cornerbacks from the 2014 recruiting class -- Coatesville's Daquan Worley, Grant Haley or Amani Oruwariye -- could possibly push for playing time.
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