Members of the 2013 NFL rookie class are little over a month away from their first training camps, which will open throughout the league in late July.
The organized team activity/minicamp portion of the NFL offseason schedule has come to a close for all but three teams (Atlanta Falcons, Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans).
From rookie minicamp to OTAs to mandatory minicamp, the rookies have had their opportunities to make initial impressions on their veteran teammates. Even with training camps yet to begin, some of the rookie class' biggest names are looking in either better or worse shape than they did following the draft in April.
In the following 12 slides, we take a look at some of the biggest names in this year's NFL rookie class and evaluate whether each has moved toward or away from meeting high expectations in his opening NFL season.