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Andrew Norwell (78) and Jack Mewhort (74) are part of an offensive line that should pave the way for an explosive Buckeye offense.
Ohio State's 2013 football team is back to work trying to build on the successes of the 2012 season that saw the Buckeyes go 12-0 and win the Leaders Division in the Big Ten.
So far this spring there have been no signs of the Buckeyes and Urban Meyer letting up, as several young players have shown improvement and several veteran players are back healthy and ready to compete.
Meyer has said his greatest concern for this team is filling the void in leadership left by the 2012 seniors like Zach Boren and John Simon.
While the 2012 season showed how important great leadership can be, it's not as concerning as last spring when Meyer called the offense a "clown show."
Veterans like Jack Mewhort, Carlos Hyde and Corey Linsley aren't on this list because they have been held out of parts of the action to allow the younger players to get more reps.
But some of the players filling in have made some noise, and no, Braxton Miller's new hair isn't on the list.