Texas wideout Roy Williams vs. Oklahoma cornerback Derrick Strait
Of these 2000 freshman All-Americas, Williams has received more publicity as a sophomore because he's the go-to wideout for quarterback Chris Simms. At 6'5", 210 pounds, Williams has the size and 4.4 speed to develop into an NFL receiver. The Longhorns didn't cut him loose until last Saturday, when he had 10 catches for 98 yards in a 42-7 win over Texas Tech. Usually Williams sees single coverage only in practice, but he might get it against the Sooners. The 5'11", 191-pound Strait has proved he can stop big receivers—including Williams. In Oklahoma's 63-14 victory over the Longhorns last season, Strait helped hold Williams to four catches for 16 yards and made 10 tackles, eight of them unassisted.