And there will be unlimited chances to impress the coaches in the last structured workouts in front of them until August.
Here are three pass-catchers with the most to gain in spring practice:
The primary position for the sophomore-to-be from Mustang is the slot, played in 2008 by Davis and Bowling, so the opportunity to step to the forefront at the position is optimal.
The Plainview High School product generated as much buzz as any redshirting freshman in 2008. The door is open for someone to step in as the No. 2 receiver opposite Bryant, and Blackmon has loads of talent.
The tight end has been an important piece of the passing game, and the coaching staff obviously likes Mosley in that realm. He had five catches as a true freshman, with his primary playing time coming during the span when Pettigrew was injured.