For the Notre Dame football team, the work on the field is done. The Irish's 15 spring practices gave Brian Kelly and his retooled coaching staff a look at the pieces that'll assemble to form the 2014 Fighting Irish.
On offense, Everett Golson returned to a talented offense to find competition from Malik Zaire at quarterback. On defense, Brian VanGorder will need to rebuild a front seven that lost elite talent in Louis Nix and Stephon Tuitt and long-time starters Prince Shembo, Dan Fox and Carlo Calabrese.
The attrition will hurt, with Kelly needing to find replacements for potentially three first-round draft picks (left tackle Zack Martin could be the first Irish played picked), not to mention team MVP T.J. Jones. But the cupboards are far from bare, with Kelly calling this his deepest team at Notre Dame.
With a schematic shakeup on both sides of the ball, there will be unanswered questions that follow this team into the season. But with spring practice behind us, let's take a look at the projected two-deep depth chart heading into the summer.