1. Maurice Clarett, RB, OHIO STATE
The Buckeyes back (above) has the talent, the team and the TV exposure; if he avoids injury (and clears the air with the NCAA), it's his to lose.
2. Kevin Jones, RB, VIRGINIA TECH
With last year's platoon partner Lee Suggs gone to the NFL, the top high school recruit from 2001 is poised for a huge season.
3. Cody Pickett, QB, WASHINGTON
His 2002 passing numbers (4,458 yards, 28 touchdowns) were on par with Carson Palmer's.
4. Andrew Walter, QB, ARIZONA STATE
He didn't start until the fifth game and still passed for 3,877 yards in a let-it-fly system.
5. Roy Williams, WR, TEXAS
The potential top pick next spring would be the first wideout to win since Desmond Howard in '91.
1. Anthony Davis, RB, WISCONSIN
He had the most rushing yards (3,021) in the A nation over the past two seasons.
2. Chris Gamble, DB-WR, OHIO STATE
Might see 100 snaps per game; playing in the shadow of Clarett, he'll need them.