Knee healed, he's set to tap that mammoth potential
On a unit loaded with future NFL starters, this 6' 6" 311-pounder may have the most raw talent. Coming out of DeMatha Catholic in Hyattsville, Md., in 2011, Kouandjio was the consensus top offensive-line prospect in the nation. Last season he played in eight games as a backup before suffering a knee injury. Now healthy, he'll start at left tackle.
RB T.J. YELDON FRESHMAN
The 6' 2" 210 pounder turned heads in the spring
An early enrollee, Yeldon was MVP of the spring game, gaining 179 total yards while showing big speed and toughness between the tackles. As a senior at Daphne (Ala.) High, Yeldon ran for 2,193 yards and scored 31 TDs. He'll see action behind Eddie Lacy.