Aaron Murray will have several goals set for himself and for his team when the 2013 season begins in September.
The obvious goals are winning the SEC East, winning the conference and playing for a national title which is the reason why Murray returned for his final year of eligibility.
But there's another reason why Murray is back and it has to do with the NFL Draft.
When he was graded by the pro scouts, he received a second-third round grade, which means that he would likely be picked in the second day of the draft.
That is not bad, but there's no doubt he would like to be a first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Here are five things Murray has to do to make this happen.