Pleasant Surprises 1. The overall offensive scheme. We seem to finally have a scheme where we know what we want to do. No more Chinese Fire Drills pre-snap and no lining up in the shotgun for 90% of the time. We actually seem to have a coaching staff implementing a scheme that will bring out the best in the players. 2. The running backs. We knew we had a good starter entering the spring, but Tony Jones and Josh Ford have really stepped it up as well. If Lockridge can stay healthy in the fall, we have a really solid group here. Certainly not the biggest group of backs, but some playmakers for the new offense. 3. Conrad Obi. Fans have been waiting for this guy to break out and it appears Obi is making the most of his senior year. He was very impressive in the spring game and looks to be an important contributor for the defense this season. Concerns 1. Cornerback. It was one the obvious concerns heading into the spring and we did not get many answers coming out of spring. We have an inexperienced group regardless of who starts, so hopefully they are able to hit the ground running. 2. The kicking game. We still are seeing inconsistency here and it is not just the kickers. The snappers still have a ways to go. Really hoping we can at least be mediocre here for the 2011 season. 3. Injuries. The team at the spring game will not be the same team that takes the field in Honolulu, but it does give a glimpse at how this team looks with just a few injuries at certain positions (wide receiver, center, and safety to name a few). With questionable depth at several positions, we need to stay healthy for this team to have a shot with a 13-game schedule and no byes.