In a landslide, converted offensive tackle Cameron Erving ran away with this unofficial MVP vote. Here are a few of the votes I received, including one for ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach, who served as a guest coach.
(Side note: the same question was asked on the official FSU Football Facebook page and it was backup quarterback Clint Trickett that garnered the most votes.)
-- Ethan Aily (@E_the_abstract) April 18, 2012
@BrandonMellor Cameron Erving should be the MVP. He made the switch to OL and has never played there and was very successful.
-- Pablo Garcia(@pg_2006) April 18, 2012
@BrandonMellor Brandon Jenkins work, endurance, and leadership.
-- Brad Watson(@Watsn2003) April 18, 2012
@BrandonMellor not totally sure but Kelvin Benjamin had a ton of positive buzz over the Spring.
-- Mike (@StrikerObi) April 18, 2012
@BrandonMellor cam Erving. Will be the keystone in the most improved unit on the team. Definitely the most valuable.
-- Stephen Michels (@booshigotyou) April 18, 2012
@BrandonMellor Cam Erving. The way he's willing to sacrifice. Big decision on the position change but it looks like he's gonna do well.
-- Chuck Neely (@noleboy0) April 19, 2012
@BrandonMellor My MVP: The Lack of Season-Ending Injuries
-- David Block (@davidraider88) April 19, 2012
-- Bert (@ACCrefsSuck) April 19, 2012
@BrandonMellor I'd have to go with Erving. He seemed to exceed everyone's expectations this Spring and he's going to be EJ's Michael Oher.
-- jenna rae mundree (@itsjennarae) April 19, 2012