Spring football is a critical piece of the college football game. It provides a preview of what the coming year can hold, shows what players have developed in the offseason and provides a handful of lessons to the coaches roaming the sidelines.
This is a look at the things that stick out to coaching staffs after spring.
The spring session is 15 practices built for development, and it is a kick-start to summer workouts for college teams. A number of players step into new roles, and starters emerge overnight during early April.
At the end of the spring, these six things are what coaches are looking for as they prepare their teams for summer workouts.