Mastro noted that while every one of his RBs is capable of producing in the Pac-12, they all still have work to do heading into summer workouts.
Indeed, he said learning the intricacies of the Air Raid offense is necessary for any of them to see the field, let alone excel in the offense.
"It's an easy offense for them to understand but I think between now and fall camp they have to really absorb it," he said. "They're all kind of in the same boat as far as knowledge. They're not there yet but they'll get there by the time we get to fall camp."
AND WHILE THERE has been some buzz about the emergence of depth at the position, and that Brooks served notice this spring, Mastro said it is pretty clear who is at the top of the depth chart.
"(Carl) Winston and (Rickey) Galvin are your 1's," he said. "Leon, (Teondray) Caldwell and (Marcus) Mason are in that next tier… but that's where it's at as of right now."
And so things could change when fall camp kicks off in August, preceded by the Cougs' late spring and summer voluntary workouts.
"If we win I don't care (how many times we carry the ball)," he said.
His backs weren't bored, however. Six of them caught passes in the game.