With more than half of the 2012 college football season officially in the books, it’s time to send freshman parents their athletes’ midterm grades.
Yes, Mom and Dad have may have gotten to see their boys on HD TV, but they’ll still be anxious to get some specific feedback on how Junior is doing in his inaugural campaign on the collegiate gridiron.
The following slideshow offers up a healthy sampling of the nation's top freshmen and issues each a report card that grades their work through eight weeks of play.
Instead of Political Science 101 or Intro to Economic Theory 116, we’ll be handing out marks in more meaty subjects like Picks 101, Passer Efficiency 145, Yards per Carry 257 and Sacks 132.
Though some of these guys are doing better than others, you’ve got to be impressed with how this collection of 18- and 19-year-olds have managed to impact the “next level” at such a young age.