Even after a superb freshman campaign, Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg still has some strides to make. He's one of college football's brightest young stars who has the weight of an entire fanbase resting on his shoulders.
Hackenberg will enter 2014 a bit bigger, faster and stronger than he was as a freshman. The promising physical tools will still be there as well.
When James Franklin took the head coaching job back in January, he spoke very highly of his new quarterback. With Franklin mentoring the young star, Year 2 is the time for Hackenberg to distinguish himself as one of the best in the country.
Here are three things he must do in order to become elite.