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Richardson tallied 11 stops for loss with seven sacks last season. Deondre Francois, QB, Florida State A talented player worthy of a higher individual ranking, Deondre Francois will guide a respected yet flawed Florida State offense, thus his lower standing.

The dual-threat quarterback might not match his totals of 3,798 combined passing/rushing yards and 37 touchdowns, but he'll lead Mississippi State to bowl season again. Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State Once quarterback Nick Stevens entered the starting lineup, Michael Gallup averaged 126.3 receiving yards and caught at least one touchdown in every game.

The senior wideout could be in the All-American conversation when November arrives. Mark Walton, RB, Miami As long as he stays healthy, Mark Walton will be a heavily featured player.

During his freshman year, Richards set a program freshman record with 934 yards, breaking Michael Irvin's previous mark. Gesicki, who grabbed 48 passes for 679 yards and five touchdowns last year, is Penn State's leading returner in all three categories. Ronnie Harrison, FS, Alabama Although the spotlight follows Minkah Fitzpatrick, Ronnie Harrison is a main reason Alabama can afford to showcase Fitzpatrick's versatility.

As a sophomore, Harrison gathered 85 tackles, broke up seven passes and nabbed three takeaways with two defensive scores. Cameron Smith, ILB, USCCameron Smith followed an injury-shortened freshman season with a strong sophomore year.

Steven Richardson, DT, Minnesota Steven Richardson might be the best-kept secret in the Big Ten.

Despite being undersized for the position (6'0", 292 lbs), the rising senior has elevated his level of disruption every year.

Andre Dillard, a 6'5", 306-pound tackle, is a dominant pass-blocker.

If he can overcome a penchant for penalties, Dillard will push for All-Pac-12 honors along with two teammates. Mitch Wishnowsky, P, Utah Mitch Wishnowsky, the reigning Ray Guy Award winner, is carrying on a tradition of specialist excellence at Utah.

He broke up nine passes as a sophomore and will assume the role of lockdown corner for Ohio State this season. Da'Shawn Hand, DE, Alabama Rashan Gary and Nick Bosa have attracted most of the attention as reserves who are ready to break out, but Da'Shawn Hand fits an identical mold. Jarrett Stidham doesn't need to win a Heisman and be a top-20 player for the season to be a success, though.

The former top prospect has starred in a backup role and will be an All-SEC performer as a starter. Ahmmon Richards, WR, Miami Miami needs a new quarterback, but he already has a go-to target in Ahmmon Richards. He'll elevate a passing game that has lacked diversity since Nick Marshall was in town, and he'll lead Auburn to double-digit wins. Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State NFL teams certainly would prefer if Mike Gesicki developed his blocking ability, but there's no doubting his receiving skills.

He totaled 67 tackles with 6.5 stops for loss, four interceptions and 11 pass breakups last year. Marquis Haynes, DE, Ole Miss Ole Miss may stumble this season, but Marquis Hayneswill still be a menace up front.