Yeah, I know, spring practices concluded a while ago, but better late than never. Here is a quick look at the spring football winners and losers...
Wes Lunt, QB, Okalahoma State - The freshman enrolled early and captured the starting quarterback job in one of college fantasy football's most prolific offenses.
Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon - Pulled even or maybe even ahead of Brian Bennett in the Ducks' quarterback race.
Jordan Lynch, QB, Northern Illinois - Replacing Chandler Harnish doesn't appear to be an issue for the Huskies.
Wisconsin's Offense - Quarterback Danny O'Brien transfers in and was granted a waiver to play in 2012. This is huge for the Badgers offense and running back Monte Ball as they were especially thin (and young) at quarterback.
T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama - It may have been against second and third teamers, but the true freshman showed that he belongs in the rotation this fall with a strong A-Day Spring Game showing.
Trey Metoyer, WR, Oklahoma - Sooner fans will say It took a little longer than it was hoped for him to get on campus, but the wait looks to be well worth it.
Everett Golson, QB, Notre Dame - Even before Tommy Rees was pepper sprayed, the vibes on Gholson were very positive this spring. The starting job is not his yet, but it is trending that way.
Jordan Thompson, WR, West Virginia - He may have to pick up the leftovers from Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey, but Thompson looks like an excellent keeper value.
David Piland, QB, Houston - Not a surprise, he won one of the more noteworthy quarterback battles and appears to have some new wide receivers to throw to this fall.
Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee - We touched on some of the running backs coming off injury this spring, and Hunter headlines the receiver group and appears to be back to his old self.
Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor - I'm still leery of Seastrunk and his departure from Oregon, but he's off to a good start this spring at Baylor.
Matthew Tucker, RB, TCU - The triple-headed running back monster is down to two.
Arkansas State's Offense - Is Ryan Aplin the top quarterback for 2012? He had a strong first showing in Gus Malzahn's offense this spring. The Red Wolves should be deadly this year on offense. Load up.
Toledo WRs - Eric Page who?
Arkansas - Bobby Petrino is out, John L. Smith is in. While the rest of the coaching staff remains, the loss of one of the top offensive minds in college football can't be understated.
Jalen Saunders, WR, Fresno State - The Bulldogs move to the spread should be great for their 2011 leading receiver, right? Wrong.
Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson - Don't roll around with weed in your car. No word yet on if Watkins will miss any game time.
Montel Harris, RB, Boston College - A strange spring for Harris led to him seeking a new home.
Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado - Out for the season.
James Franklin, QB, Missouri - What initially looked liked like a minor injury diving for a loose ball has turned into a torn labrum in his throwing shoulder. He is expected to be good to go come the season opener against Southeast Louisiana, but his fantasy stock still takes an even bigger hit than the one delivered with the SEC move.
Iowa's Run Game - The hits keep coming.
Brian Bennett, QB, Oregon - Seemed to be the odds-on favorite to win the QB battle this spring. Don't count him out yet, but Bennett is no longer a sure-fire fantasy pick.
Tommy Rees, QB, Notre Dame - Fighting cops is not a good way to hold onto your starting job.
The WAC - You know things are bad when Texas State and UTSA are jumping ship.
The Big East - Things could get just as ugly in the Big East (again) once the playoff scenario is nailed down in late July. Without an automatic bid to a BCS-type bowl, the Big East is looking less and less attractive.