Auburn's Ronney Daniels had more yards (1,068), more touchdowns (nine) and a higher average (19.1 yards per catch) than any of the receivers you listed.
JOHN MCKAY, Fort Morgan, Colo.
After an injury to Vernon Banks, linebacker Clifton Smith of Syracuse was thrust into a starting role on a highly ranked defense. Smith had 61 tackles, including 34 unassisted and three for a loss. He also had one sack.
Matt Kelly, East Freedom, Pa.
Saleem Rasheed, a freshman outside linebacker, started every game for Alabama, led the Crimson Tide in tackles, had one of 'Bama's two blocked kicks and was moved to middle linebacker because of injuries to other players.
WALTER G. BERRY JR., Birmingham
Your Nov. 15 issue's The Hot Corner named five future managers who played for the 1972 Dodgers (INSIDE BASEBALL). Unfortunately, you left off one of the best shortstops ever, Maury Wills, whose '72 season was his last as a player. He went on to manage the Seattle Mariners for parts of '80 and '81.
RANDY KEYES, Mission Viejo, Calif.
You omitted Cedric Cobbs of Arkansas, who ran for 107 yards on 15 carries against Tennessee, the first back to gain more than 100 yards against the Volunteers in 15 games. He also was second in the SEC in yards per carry (5.8) and averaged 27.3 yards on 12 kickoff returns. Cobbs has tremendous speed, great size and a never-say-die attitude.
LANE STAFFORD, Little Rock