Joe Borchard, Stanford
The outfielder-DH hit .330 with 10 homers and 55 RBIs and made the All-West Regional team in '98; as a sophomore backup quarterback he's 12 of 26 for 146 yards and two touchdowns.
Reagan Bownds, Texas Tech
Though he has 64 tackles, two interceptions and a sack for the Red Raiders, the 5'10", 190-pound junior linebacker is better known as the 1996 world goat-roping champion.
John Capel, Florida
Winner of the 100 and 200 meters at the 1997 national scholastic track and field championships, the freshman speedster has eight carries for 65 yards and a touchdown and has returned eight punts for 77 yards for the Gators.
Ronald Curry, North Carolina
The 6'2", 200-pound freshman quarterback, a high school All-America in football and basketball, has thrown for 913 yards and six touchdowns. He will join the Tar Heels' basketball team after the football season.
Danny Farmer, UCLA
The Bruins' No. 1 receiver, a 6'4", 210-pound junior, has 38 catches for 772 yards and six touchdowns. He was also a key reserve on the Bruins' 1998 national championship volleyball team.
Drew Henson, Michigan
The freshman, a highly prized recruit (SI, Aug. 3, 1998), has passed for three TDs as the Wolverines' backup quarterback. He was a third-round pick of the Yankees last June.
Ja'Warren Hooker, Washington
Expected to be one of the Huskies' prime receivers this season, the 1998 NCAA indoor 55-meter track champ has missed three games with a shoulder injury and has seven catches for 59 yards.
Royce Huffman, TCU
The Horned Frogs' junior punter-punt returner-wide receiver is also an All-America third baseman.
Hubert Loudermilk, Arkansas
The junior wide receiver was a member of the distance-medley relay team that won in the SEC indoor track championships in 1997. He has two touchdown catches.