Well with someone working on the freshmen report and someone else handling the recruiting. I thought Id take a look at the most impactful Seniors who will be leaving each team at the end of the year. Read 'em and weep...LE Melvin Fellows (96OVR), Ohio State: Fellows has an impressive stat line on the season with 43 tackles (29FL), 13 sacks and 2 FF. His 13 sacks are 2nd in the nation.WR Keith Mumphrey (81OVR), Michigan State: Although he is only an 81 overall, in Michigan State's pass happy offense he is their leading receiver. More importantly though he ranks 7th in the nation with 1065 yards on 48 catches and 9 TD.HB Fitzgerald Touissant (99OVR), Michigan: This cat is certainly going to be missed. This season has been a monsterous one as he is currently 2nd in the Nation with 1410 yards rushing on only 143 carries, nearly 10 YPC.. His 15 TD rank 3rd in the nation.WR Shawney Kersey (85OVR), Penn State: The Nittany Lions are not very deep at WR, and Kersey is easily their best receiver. He ranks 3rd in the Big Ten with 887 yards and has 9 TD. His 69 receptions lead the Big Ten.QB Jordan Luallen (89OVR), Georgia Tech: Any time you lose a senior at QB it's rough. Luallen runs the option as good as anyone even though he hasn't wracked up the big stats. It's not that big of a loss really considering GT will be scrapping the option next season.HB Mike James (92OVR), Miami: In Miami's versatile offense, the HB doesn't need to get a ton of carries for a W. James has his fair share though splitting the carries with Storm Johnson. They are both tied with 13 TD (leads conference). James nearly has 1000 yards, so the two backs will account for 2000 yards rushing on the season.QB Tajh Boyd (88OVR), Clemson: Ouch, just as big as Touissant leaving Michigan this one will probably hurt more. Boyd has passed for 3000 (2nd) yards and 21 (3rd) TD to 13 INT. He's also rushed for 5 TD.WR Greg Dent (97OVR), Florida State: Florida State likes to spread the ball around, but Dent will obviously be a big loss. His 703 yards are only 5th in the conference, but his 9 TD are second.WR Kadron Boone (94OVR), LSU: 1270 combined yards on returns and receiving, Boone is incredibly versatile and is a playmaker any time he touches the ball.QB AJ McCarron (97OVR), Alabama: Another senior QB leaving his team this year, McCarron is the best of the bunch. He has 3200 yards passing (5th in the nation) and 32 TD (3rd in the nation) with 15 INT. Mccaron will be tough to replace.CB Branden Smith (95OVR), Georgia: I could not find any images of impact players from Georgia but who cares. It's not often you have a Cornerback with this much talent leaving your team. His 5 interceptions are currently 3rd in the SEC, and I expect him to get more before it's all said and done..WR Andre Debose (93OVR), Florida: It's not often you see a 93 rated receiver who doesn't lead his team in nearly every category. Even though Debose doesn't, Jonathan Carter wouldn't be doing what he is without him..