As players jockey for starting positions and coaches experiment with new schemes and formations, teams across the Southeastern Conference are building toward the 2014 football season. The losses on both sides of the football, but particularly on offense, are acute, and the need to rebuild is significant.
Through key injuries or emerging players, new schemes and coordinators, spring camps have a massive impact on the performance of teams during the regular season. This year's sheer amount of questions that teams have to answer makes that even more true in 2014.
Several teams have either answered those questions outstandingly, have had leaders emerge or simply are fulfilling expectations, and those great spring performances follow.