Todd McShay and Scouts Inc. break down the top NFL prospects in the Big 12, including a trio of defensive backs from Texas.
Sam Bradford, Colt McCoy and Tim Tebow are already great QBs, but there are some things they could improve to make them even better.
Quarterbacks like LSU's Matt Flynn are going to be the players under the most pressure to perform this upcoming season, writes Todd McShay.
Rules changes have thrust kickers and kickoff return specialists into the spotlight. Todd McShay looks at which teams are in the best position to take advantage of the new rule.
Todd McShay takes a look at 16 players who need to perform in 2006 for their teams to meet or exceed expectations.
From Florida to USC, Todd McShay breaks down the top defensive lines of 2006.
These players missed parts or all of last season, but they're poised for big comebacks.
From the marquee QBs to every other position, there are certain players who just have to produce this year.
New stars emerge each season in college football. Take a look at the group ready to explode onto the scene in 2005.
The Sooners possess the best special teams unit in the Big 12 and potentially the best in the nation.
With Corey Webster and Travis Daniels as his starting cornerbacks, Nick Saban is a happy man.
David Pollack is the best defensive end in the country and arguably the biggest impact player in all of college football.
The Seminoles return all five starters from last year's group, including standout tackles Alex Barron and Ray Willis.
No team in the nation has the type of talent at wide receiver and tight end that the Wolverines can brag of in 2004.
Matt Leinart enters his junior season as a legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate following a remarkable sophomore year.