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2007: 4,306 pass yards, 253 rush yards, 37 TDs, 11 INTs
The Big 12 is loaded with quality quarterbacks - Todd Reesing, Sam Bradford, Graham Harrell and Colt McCoy among them. Daniel happens to be the best.
RB Knowshon Moreno, Georgia
2007: 1,334 yards (5.4 avg.), 14 TDs
He dazzled as a redshirt freshman, and he’s arguably the top reason the Bulldogs are considered title contenders. But will he get enough carries?
QB Tim Tebow, Florida
2007: 3,286 pass yards, 895 rush yards, 55 TDs, 6 INTs
The first sophomore to take home the Heisman hardware could become only the second player to win it twice.
RB Chris “Beanie” Wells, Ohio State
2007: 1,609 yards (5.9 avg.), 14 TDs
Obligatory Buckeyes player to include on the list in case Ohio State again makes the national title game.
QB Pat White, West Virginia
2007: 1,724 pass yards, 1,335 rush yards, 28 TDs, 4 INTs
If not the best player in the land, White might be the most valuable to his team - the Mountaineers would crumble without him under center.
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