MarQueis Gray will be the face of the Minnesota program for the next two years.
With Adam Weber still in town, Gray played full-time at wide receiver last season, and saw limited time on the field in his freshman season.
This year, Gray will play the position he came here to play: quarterback.
For quarterbacks, experience is the most important thing. Obviously, Gray is playing this year somewhat like it is his freshman season.
Still, Gray has taken snaps in games under center, but mostly to run the ball.
All that he can do is prepare for the first game.
He needs to be working out, studying film, eating right, and practicing with his receivers on his own time.
Coach Jerry Kill has made it clear that Gray has a long way to go before he will be ready for the opener.
This summer, Gray needs get ready, and this may be the most important offseason task for the entire program.