Brady Quinn, Sr. - Notre Dame
- Should have been invited in 2005. Is Weis really a genius
or is Quinn that good?
2. Adrian Peterson, Jr. - Oklahoma
- Still needs more support from the QB and OL. As a junior
now, he is the pride of Norman.
Troy Smith, Sr. - Ohio State
- The passing numbers are not good enough, but his rushing
numbers and leadership may be.
4. Drew Stanton, Sr. - Michigan State
- Talk about a late season drop-off in 2005, a 5-6 team record
just won't do. But he’s got talent.
5. Brian Brohm, Jr. - Louisville
- Will a season ending knee injury slow him down? Now is the
time for Brohm to be where expected.
6. Marshawn Lynch, Jr. - California
- Coach Tedford loves to produce quality running backs. If
healthy, Lynch will continue the tradition.
7. Michael Bush, Sr. - Louisville
- A big, bruising back. He must carry Louisville to a Big
East title first.
8. Kenny Irons, Sr. - Auburn
- On Williams, on Brown, on Irons. The Tigers love to run
and Irons should top his 2005 production.
9. Jeff Samardzija, Sr. - Notre Dame
- If Quinn is near the top, who is catching all the passes?
If a WR can win the Heisman, this is our guy.
10. Dwayne Jarrett, Jr. - Southern
- A long shot as a receiver, but he can take over any game
versus any defender.
11. Ted Ginn, Jr. - Ohio State
- With Holmes off to the NFL, Ginn takes over. He does return
kicks and punts. Can he finally play CB?
12. Garrett Wolfe, Sr. - Northern Illinois
- This kid is a small pack of dynamite. The MAC always has
a few and Wolfe is on the short list.
13. Chris Leak, Sr. - Florida
- A second year in the Meyer system should ease decision-making
14. Drew Tate, Sr. - Iowa
- A front-runner last preseason with a disappointing campaign.
Never count out a Kirk Ferentz senior QB.
15. Calvin Johnson, Jr. - Georgia Tech
- Always mentioned as the nation's most athletic WR. Can Reggie
Ball get him enough touches?