Experience 2011 MVP Experience 2011 MVP â€“ Preseason Watch List Name Team Position Year OVR Comments Julio Jones Alabama WR Senior 99 Contrary to popular belief, Mr. Jones is the leader of the most talented team on paper again in 2011. Alabama has an amazing 11 players rated 95+ OVR. He will be the main target for new QB AJ McCarron. DaQuan Bowers Clemson DE Senior 99 A beastly kid, with size, strength and speed. He will look to terrorize opposing QBâ€™s all season. Expect him to rack up 12-15 sacks this year and contend for the Lombardi award. Terrelle Pryor Ohio St QB Senior 97 Physically, heâ€™s been the most talented QB in the nation for 2 years, can he finally put up the numbers on the field to match? Coach Shaun has promised a new offense this year, only time will tell. Jacory Harris Miami QB Senior 94 Missed the entire 2010 season due to injury, but returns with a veteran WR corp to wreak havoc on the ACC. Coach Hova has sworn revenge on Miami and Virginia, but perhaps he should worry about keeping Harris upright? Fozzy Whittaker Texas HB Senior 93 When healthy last year, he was a running machine, as evidenced by a 200+ yard day vs Oklahoma St. Texas has 4 solid backs and Coach Dru likes to spread out the carries, so itâ€™s unlikely he puts up the stats to win this award. Caleb King Georgia HB Senior 92 Another player who missed a large portion of 2010. Coach Psycho likes to run the ball, and he has very little depth at HB, so King is a candidate to run for 2,000 yards if he stays healthy. Bert Reed Florida St WR Senior 92 The Noles lost a lot of offensive firepower with Chris Ponder and Jermaine Thomas taking their talents to South Beach, er, the NFL. Bert Reed is the best of a really nice WR group who will make the new QBâ€™s job a bit easier. Larry Caper Michigan St HB Junior 90 Caper leads the rushing attack for our other run-happy coach at East Lansing. Heâ€™ll get the carries, and JC has the stick skills to user juke the CPU into submission. Another guy that could sniff 2,000 yards if he stays out of the training room. John Brantley Florida QB Senior 88 Even though there are more talented players on the Gators offense (Demps/Rainey), Brantley is the straw that stirs the drink for the Sherminator. He put up 3500+ yards and 30+ TDâ€™s in 2010, expect more of the same in 2011. Brandon Weeden Oklahoma St QB Senior 88 Was the most prolific passer in the nation in 2010, leading the nation in yards, TDâ€™s and INTâ€™s. He needs to cut back on the turnovers, especially in user games, if he wants his team to contend. Denard Robinson Michigan QB Junior 84 Similar to Brantley on Florida, Robinson is surrounded by elite skill position talent, but Coach Jello has stated that Robinson is the biggest playmaker on the Wolverine offense. The question is, can he stay on the field long enough to make an impact, as he was injured for a large portion of 2010. Michael Dyer Auburn HB Sophomore 83 The baby of this group, Dyer took over in the Tiger backfield after an injury to Onterrio McCallebb in 2010, and I expect him to win the job in camp. Coach Basis has stated that the offense needs to open up a bit to compete, but I see him giving the ball quite a bit to this talented underclassman.