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Lache Seastrunk

Running back | Baylor

The preseason Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year and self-proclaimed Heisman Trophy contender finished with a downright baffling resume in 2012: He didn't receive double-digit carries in a game until November, then rushed for 831 yards and six touchdowns in Baylor's final six games (five of them wins). The Oregon transfer is as electrifying and confident a back as you'll find in the country, and the thought of what he could do with a lot more than the 131 carries he got in 2012 is a scary proposition. Maintaining his 7.7 yards-per-carry average won't be easy with a larger workload, but at that clip getting to 2,000 yards doesn't seem impossible. Nor does a Heisman. -- Max Olson

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