Playing early is the goal of pretty much every recruit in the country, with prospects nowadays paying close attention to each school's depth chart.
However some of the players in the 2014 recruiting class will be on the sidelines for a couple of seasons. In fact, a few of them appear likely to have to wait until their junior year to be in the spotlight.
A quarterback headed to a Pac-12 school will have to wait a few years to shine, while a talented linebacker headed to an SEC powerhouse faces a stacked depth chart. Plus, a defensive end needs several seasons to add strength and mass.