The scuttlebutt this spring that UGA freshman RB Todd Gurley was a keep-your-head-down player who could make headlines with his talent was dead on, and the 2011 North Carolina player of the year is ready to do what it takes to make his team great.
The Texas offensive line, despite having four players who have started 90 percent of the games in the last two years and another tackle who started 11 of 13 in 2012, has not lived up to Mack Brown's recent high standard.
As a backup QB in the "Belldozer" package, Blake Bell gained notoriety for his punishing running style and voluminous touchdowns. Now he's ready to step into the spotlight and show of an equally powerful arm.
Outside of Damien Williams and Sterling Shepard, few Sooners from the Class of 2012 played a substantial role last season. But this class could still prove to be one of the better ones of the Bob Stoops era.