Perhaps no player has changed as much in one year as wide receiver Devin Aromashodu. A much bigger and stronger receiver now, the sophomore appears ready to have a break out season for the Tigers. Last year he caught 18 passes for 304 yards and one touchdown.
Big Brandon Jacobs stretches while waiting for his turn in the rotation during passing drills. Although coaches aren't allowed on the field, Jason Campbell took over the drills and kept everything running smoothly on Wednesday.
While the backs and receivers worked against the defensive backs, the defensive line and linebackers worked on alignment and calls with the young players. Here Mayo Sowell lines up young players Kyle Derozan, Ben Grubbs, Antarrious Williams, Tim Duckworth and Josh Thompson as a scout offensive line while the starting defense works on lining up in the right defense for the formation. Both Sowell and Demarco McNeil did a lot of coaching with the young players.
Recovering from a knee injury suffered at the end of last season, Sowell appears to be back to full speed and ready to challenge for playing time at linebacker once again. Here he works in pass coverage.
One of the incoming players that could see some immediate playing time is freshman wide receiver Bruce Edwards. Showing blazing speed and good hands, he was one of highlights of Wednesday's throwing session. Here he runs by Gerald Williams on a deep route.
Courtney Taylor was perhaps the most valuable player of spring practice and he continues to improve on both his route running and catching the ball. Here he catches a bullet over the middle from Jason Campbell while Tre Smith falls in behind him.