That said, some cursory notes: 1. As was the case in 2014, the coaches have not been liberal with QB offers. They clearly like the guys they have offered (five in total) and they are definitely setting their sights high. 2. With the newest WR offer out to A.D. Miller out of Dallas, the coaches have now offered three WRs over 6'3" and are looking at others with similar builds. Not surprising considering we lack bigger players at the position, but good to see nonetheless. 3. Coaches seem to be hitting the Inland Empire and Hawaii harder than last year. May be a product of better players, coaches having better footholds in both areas now, or a combination of both. 4. The early OL offers are out to some massive players. Interestingly, interior OL seems to be just as big a priority as OT in the early going. 5. DT seems to be a big priority as well. Seems like the coaches are hoping to land a prep player who can play early here (again, not really a surprise). Will be interesting to see what other trends develop going forward.