Spring football is all but over in the Big Ten with only Iowa, Michigan State and Rutgers left to put their teams out for the public to see. One thing most watch for in spring ball is how the youngsters are looking, and in 2014, there is no shortage of impressive players already on campus from the freshman class.
History tells us there will be plenty of freshmen who take off from their spring experiences and become starters once the games are for real. Last season, it was Christian Hackenberg (Penn State) and Sojourn Shelton (Wisconsin) to name just a couple of impressive performers.
Who are the Hackenbergs and Sheltons in the Big Ten this year? If spring is any indication, there are plenty of open opportunities for players on campus and those yet to start their collegiate journey.
Let's take a look at 10 freshmen who are likely to come out of fall camp as starters.
*All recruiting information courtesy 247Sports.com.