Every college football team has players who do not get enough touches or need an expanded role in an offense—at least in the opinions of the fans.
Here is a look at five such football players for the University of Texas, including two who are set for breakout seasons.
One side effect of trading out Bryan Harsin for Major Applewhite at offensive coordinator is that many of Texas' skill players will see expanded roles in the fall or at least have a shot at securing one for themselves.
Applewhite wants speed and pace, which translates into more playmakers being needed on the field. That means certain Longhorns will maintain their previous duties in the offense while others may seemingly come out of nowhere to become major contributors.
These five Longhorns will be those featured players in 2013, but only if they get the touches they deserve.