One of the most hotly anticipated Orange & White Games in recent memory will take place Saturday in Neyland Stadium, and there won't be any shortage of storylines for the Tennessee Volunteers.
While it is just a glorified scrimmage, head coach Butch Jones' second spring game at the helm of the Vols will feature plenty of excitement.
From a four-man quarterback race to 14 early enrollees to completely rebuilt offensive and defensive lines, the game will be a Big Orange sensory overload.
Jones held open competitions virtually all over the field, and this will be the biggest stage yet for them to showcase their talents.
Seventeen more fresh faces will get to Knoxville this summer to up the ante even more, but those guys will find themselves behind the youngsters who have arrived early. Many of those newcomers are firmly in the two-deep depth chart, and a few are penciled in as starters.
From some of those first-year Vols to other old faces who've stepped up and seized key roles, this spring has been huge for the program. Now, fans will get the opportunity to self-evaluate those guys and get their first peek at the 2014 Vols.
Let's take a look at 10 players to examine closely on Saturday.