Now that coaches can make summer workouts mandatory—as if they weren't mandatory before—they can more closely monitor players. It's up to the coaches if they want to utilize that time, but let's be honest: They do.
For some players who are developmental projects, or who could be called into action quickly this season, this is a good thing. It's especially helpful for freshmen who are still transitioning to the college game.
Which young players around college football stand to benefit the most from summer workouts? Our answers are in the following slides.