Poll of the Week: Pitt football concerns

Can Manasseh Garner make the change from TE to WR? - Justin K. Aller

There are a good amount of questions for Paul Chryst heading into spring football. Which one is keeping you up at night the most?

For the last several years, there weren't many questions as to the most pressing issues for Pitt football in the spring. How many times did we hear about who would be on the offensive line and whether or not they could be effective? Too many to count and that's why it is a pleasure to know that this aspect of the Panthers is less of a question mark right now.

They are still a year or two away, but the Panthers boast at least a nice two-deep with younger guys who they believe will improve. With the emergence of Jaryd Jones-Smith at left tackle while Adam Bisnowaty is recovering from a back injury, there could even be some spirited competition where we believed a spot was solid and locked up. That is not a bad thing.

With that being said, what is keeping you up at night this spring? Is it the paper thin depth at quarterback? Do you believe Aaron Donald's void will prove to be fatal to the defense? Maybe you are wondering if Manasseh Garner or Adonis Jennings can really step in for Devin Street without missing a beat. Is it something else? Take the poll below and let us know where you stand now that spring is half-way finished with practice.

Be sure to join Cardiac Hill's Facebook page and follow us on Twitter@PittPantherBlog for our regular updates on Pitt athletics. Follow the author @BrunoPittsburgh

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