Five players who impressed in the spring and potentially earned a bigger role in 2022




For every college football team in the country, spring football is a team to earn new roles and more playing time.


This article seeks to highlight five players who may have earned bigger-than-expected roles as Spring Football month approaches.


Miami’s new head coach Mario Cristobal is all about competition and this spring has pushed the Hurricanes into every practice.


After the spring game on Saturday, Cristobal made it clear he was pleased with how the team responded to his first full spring as head coach.


“You wish you had 15 more of these practices, but you don’t,” Cristobal said. “So now it’s about player choices and decisions in order to take the next step. We have to grow and we have to be mature. Everyone has 100 days until the first game, so what are you going to do? to do with these 100 days? I know what we want to see. We want to see a team that plays with tenacity, passion, physicality and resilience. To get there, it’s not a magic formula and there’s no secret sauce or sleight of hand The Canes have to get to work.


Which five players could have earned a bigger role due to strong spring performances?

Read on for a look.