The Class of 2018 is a fun group. There are several players who fill immediate needs and are already on top of their new teams’ depth charts. But as we saw with Myles GarrettCorey Davis and Mike Williams last year, injuries and team situations can get in the way of instant success. By Mel Kiper Jr.Football analyst

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The billboard advertisement sits at one of the busiest intersections in town, at the nexus of a bustling shopping center, Palo Alto High School and one of the main entrances to Stanford University. All alone, against a white background, is the image of Bryce Love in something close to full flight, a football nestled in a Nike-gloved left hand. Written underneath the image is “Unanimous All-American” and “Football returns Aug. 31.” By Joel Anderson, ESPN

Checking in on first year head coaches. There was a ton of head-coaching turnover at the end of last season, and now that those guys have been through a spring at their new posts, it’s time to check in on their progress. By ESPN Staff

Scott Frost is looking to develop a new cast of leaders at Nebraska. Michael Spomer/Cal Sport Media/AP Photo

Scott Frost is undertaking a total reconstruction of the leadership structure at Nebraska. Safe to say, based on nearly two decades of evidence, the old way wasn’t working. The Huskers last won a conference title in 1999 and most recently defeated a top-five opponent in 2001. By Mitch Sherman, ESPN Staff Writer

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