- Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas – Miami? Oakland? He'd look real good in either locale
- Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon – Oregon bowling-ball has the makeup to be a fully-featured NFL starter from the get-go
- Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Illinois – I'm most eager to see all the ways in which Evans will embarass himself when it comes to his latest man-crush
- DeSean Jackson, WR, Cal – One of the most electric players that may be coming out this year
- Fred Davis, TE, USC – Sure, I'm showing some Pac-10 bias with this list, but Davis is a complete (read: stud) tight end
- Darren McFadden – Miami can't pass on McFadden, right? Could be a mid to late first-round fantasy pick, depending on his employer.
- Felix Jones, RB, Arkansas – He's averaging 9.1 yards per carry. His six 100-yard efforts have required very few touches. Jones is so explosive that Bobby Petrino might've limited him to five carries a game.
- Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon – Stewart has the size and speed; he's a 2008 starter for several NFL teams.
- Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Illinois – Just when Brandon Jacobs thought he had Brad Evans all to himself … meet the new man-crush!
- Davone Bess, WR, Hawaii – He's not the highest-ranked collegiate WR … but the category here is "eagerly anticipating," and I'm interested to see how a couple of these Hawaii guys transition to the NFL. Bess overwhelmed opponents this year.
- Darren McFadden – Future man-crush mainstay – rated higher by many scouts than the Purple Jesus
- Rashard Mendenhall – The mere mention of his name causes engorgement
- Jonathan Stewart – Oregon wrecking ball racked 2,199 all-purpose yards this year
- Felix Jones – Netted 50 percent fewer touches than McFadden but still eclipsed 100 yards six times in '07
- Steve Slaton, RB, West Virginia – Versatile, petite back could be damaging force in a West Coast or zone-blocking scheme