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RB STEPFAN TAYLOR SENIOR
The Mansfield, Texas, native needs 1,264 yards to break Darrin Nelson's Stanford record. Last season he joined Nelson and Toby Gerhart as the only players in school history with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons.
TE LEVINE TOILOLO JUNIOR
Few teams rely on their tight ends as heavily as the Cardinal does. The 6' 8", 265-pound Toilolo, who caught 25 passes for 343 yards and six touchdowns in 2011, creates matchup headaches for opposing defenders.
CB WAYNE LYONS SOPHOMORE
Talented and ready to pick up where he left off
The 6' 1", 187-pound Fort Lauderdale native played just two games as a freshman before suffering a season-ending foot injury, but the four-star recruit and U.S. Army All-America looks to be the kind of elite athlete Stanford has been lacking at cornerback. David Shaw has already boldly predicted that Lyons will eventually contend for the Thorpe Award.