Spring ball roundup: Top 10 CFB takeaways

Georgia's new coaching staff is excited about early enrollee QB Jacob Eason. AP Photo/John Bazemore

With spring ball winding down, here are 10 takeaways gleaned from campus visits and conversations over the past couple of months.

1. Even after a strong G-Day performance, hold off on crowning Georgia freshman QB Jacob Eason the team's starter.

The staff has indicated this spring that Eason, the 6-foot-5 early enrollee from Washington, has some learning to do.

That said ...

"There's two or three throws a practice that make you stop and say, 'Wow,' " a Georgia assistant told Insider.

Veteran Greyson Lambert would be the starter if the season began today, those close to the program have indicated. Eason has plenty of time between now and September to close the gap; it's all about how consistently he can perform in Jim Chaney's system by then.