When James Franklin took over at Penn State in early January, he wasn't too familiar with his current roster.
Being a head coach in the SEC doesn't leave much time for scouting Big Ten teams not on the schedule.
Just three months later, he has been able to observe his Nittany Lions through a winter conditioning period and, as of Saturday, has spent 15 practices with those players.
There's no doubt he has a better feel now for the strengths of his team, as well as the issues he'll have to work with this fall.
With depth concerns across the board and no established front-line wide receiver in place, Franklin has plenty on his plate.
What are the top issues for the new Nittany Lions head coach now that spring practice is behind him?