It was early.
It didn’t matter to the Rainbow Warriors, who showed up at 5:45 a.m. on the first day of the NCAA-approved offseason conditioning program.
The players rotated at workout stations. While a group lifted, one group ran shuttle drills, another worked on leg exercises, and so forth.
All but two players from the spring roster signed up for one of the three sessions — one is in California because of a family situation; another was not able to secure a stand-by seat in time.
Here’s quarterback Ikaika Woolsey waiting for the start of his workout session:
Quarterback Jeremy Higgins (front left) and Woolsey (right) then led their group in drills: