Beau Sandland (6-6/255/Sr) -- A former Junior College All-American, Sandland played in all 13 games last season but was used primarily as a blocker. He caught just nine passes for 94 yards and one score in those 13 games. He's too talented a pass-catcher to be limited like that, so it'll be interesting to see if his involvement changes now that Miami has a new quarterback at the helm.
Standish Dobard (6-4/260/So) -- A former nationally-recruited player, Dobard played in just three games and caught just one pass for 15 yards last season. Considering his talents and the fact that he started school in the spring, his lack of playing time and involvement in the passing game was a bit strange. He'll hope to elevate his game this spring.
Jake O'Donnell (6-7/250/R-So) -- A lightly recruited player from the state of Pennsylvania a couple years ago, O'Donnell was unable to see the field as a tight end in 2013. The converted defensive end will look to capitalize on some opportunities this spring.