It is almost time for college football, which means non-early enrolling freshmen will be practicing for the first time with their college teams. Coaches don't like to rely on freshmen, who must endure a steep learning curve. However, several 2013 signees are entering situations where they must stand out in camp.
A Big Ten school needs its incoming stud defensive end to hit the ground running. At another Big Ten school, a pocket-passing quarterback needs to have a great fall camp if he wants to start. And at an SEC school, at least one running back out of a great freshman quartet needs to separate himself from the pack.