Here are four under-the-radar signal-callers who might have the best yardage-to-hype ratio in the country this fall.
After coach Doc Holliday installed an up-tempo offensive scheme in 2012, the 6-foot, 188-pound Cato led the nation in passing yards per game (350.1).
n Kline, who redshirted last season, is the favorite to be the Bears' starter, but 6'4", 205-pound true freshman Jared Goff also has a shot. Whoever wins the starting job should put up big numbers in coach Sonny Dykes's high-octane spread offense.
Coach Chris Ault is gone to the NFL (he's now a consultant for the Chiefs), but the 6'2", 215-pound Fajardo remains—as does Ault's pistol offense. Fajardo could improve on last fall's 1,121 rushing and 2,786 passing yards.