With signing day over, the roster management begins. While many of the top prospects recruiting during this cycle will see the field in 2016, here are five touted players that we think might take a redshirt.

Kendell “Hulk” Jones, DT, Alabama

Jones, a four-star recruit, certainly has the size to come in and play right away, but is it too much size at 375 pounds? More than likely Jones, who is not an early enrollee, will redshirt as Alabama’s renowned strength and conditioning staff will get Jones down to a lean, mean 330-340 pounds so he can begin to plug holes in the middle of the line in 2017.

Feleipe Franks, QB, Florida

This seems less likely with the announcement that Treon Harris is moving to wide receiver. Franks has a lot of tools and some raw ability but he has a TON to work on from his long release to just adapting to the speed of the game. In a perfect world transfer Luke Del Rio will start and stay healthy so Franks has the opportunity to redshirt. A lot of this depends on how well he performs in spring practice, but the player I saw in December and January is at least a year away.

Marcus Tatum, OL, Tennessee

I have high hopes for Tatum, but he weighs right around 255 pounds right now and it’ll take a year for the Tennessee strength coaches to add the upper body weight necessary for Tatum to play the tackle position in the SEC. He’s going to be a good one eventually, but he’ll be more focused on his eating plan and weight training in 2016.

Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia

God willing both Nick Chubb and Sony Michel will stay healthy for the Bulldogs in 2016. That gives Georgia two 1,000-yard rushers in the backfield to control the ball and a chance for the son of former world heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield to watch how they work to perfect their craft so he’s able to jump into the mix in 2017.

Drake Davis, WR, LSU

The Tigers are loaded at wide receiver to start with and Davis is still more of a great athlete than a great football player at this point. He’ll spend the year learning the route tree from the scout team, competing against some of the nation’s best defensive backs (his teammates) and praying that the quarterback play improves when he finally sees the field in 2017.