WEEK 5 1. Marcus Coker - SR - HB - IOWA HAWKEYES43 Carries 320 Yards 7.4 ypc 7 TDs, 2 Catches 58 Yards TDMarcus Coker is leading the nation in rushing touchdowns and is off to a quick start helping his team to a 3-0 start and currently ranked #14. He is coming off a huge week against Texas Tech, where he rushed for 138 yards and scored 3 TD's 2. Brion Carnes - JR - QB - NEBRASKA CORNHUSKERS35-56 492 Yards 62.5 comp % 3 TDs 2 INTsBrion Carnes lead his #4 Cornhuskers in back-to-back huge road wins against 2 top 10 schools. He is a dangerous dual-threat qb with a strong arm and nice wheels. 3. Vincent Smith - SR(rs) - RB - MICHIGAN WOLVERINES28 carries 328 Yards 11.7 ypc 4 TDs, 6 Catches 83 Yards TDVincent Smith continues to take carries away from starter Stephen Hopkins due to ineffectivness. Smith is electric with the ball in his hands, he can turn a negative play into a positive play with his speed. 4. Ken Malcome - JR(rs) - RB - NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES81 carries 633 Yards 7.8 ypc 6 TDs, 11 Catches 113 Yards Ken Malcome leads the nation in rushing yards after sitting his whole sophomore year due his transfer from Georgia in 2012. He is a all-around back that can do it all. He averages 211 yards on the ground to help them start 3-0. 5. CJ Brown - SR - QB - MARYLAND TERRAPINS 62-91 869 Yards 68.1 Comp % 8 TDs 1 INT, 40 Carries 172 Yards 3 TDsCJ Brown finally gets his chance to start as a SR and leads the Terps to a 3-0 start and now is ranked #21. He is also a dual-threat QB with good wheels and decent arm.