I've put this together utilizing a combination of guys expected ratings, who they are playing with, my knowledge of various coaches playstyles (which is a bit limited for many of you), and some secret ingredients. Enjoy..... Expected Contenders I expect Barkley to be rated among the top 3 QB's in the game, and when you combine the fact that I'm usually pretty good at passing and I'll have 4 WR sets that are filled with 6'3"+ guys with speed, I expect him to put up big numbers and leave for the pros after his junior year. Question mark - Does Dru bail on the Trojans before the year even starts? Denard will be rated the best dual threat QB and I'll be shocked if he doesn't have speed in the 96-97 range. I'm assuming that Dan will use him as an option QB of some form and put up some big numbers. Question mark - Does Dan run a pro-style attack that neuters some of Robinsons big play ability? This is with the assumption that Wisconsins offensive line is rated crazy good as usual. Cole will run the ball, and I believe he likes the young kid over John Clay. Question mark - Will Cole pass too much to get a RB the award? Surpise Out of the Running Award Based on what I've heard about Cheez, he wants to run a power running set at Stanford, which I think will limit Luck's opportunities to put up the numbers needed to win the award. I'll be wrong if - Stanford goes undefeated and Cheez realizes that you should use your best guys to win. Suprise Darkhorse Candidate I'm basing this primarily on the fact that wazzu runs a spread and he will be in a lot of shootouts due to an awful defensive unit. Question mark - Can the kid stay healthy passing 50+ times a game?