At the end of every season it can be a tough time for some fans. Lets look past the fact that your favorite team may have missed the playoffs or could have even lost a heartbreaker in the SuperBowl itself. Im talking about that sting when your favorite player decides to retire and its time to hang that jersey up on your wall of fame. When these household names and future hall of famers retire, us fans can become a little lost. This usually lasts until we find our next favorite player worthy enough to christen the back of our Jerseys with his name. So who are these up-and-coming players that are worthy of that honor? This list will be players who are in their 2nd and 3rd seasons. I have omitted the players who have just completed their first season because we never know if a sophomore slump will strike and send a player spiraling down to the bench. So here it is, the players that we all need to know as the big names retire and we are searching for our next favorite player. QB This guy could very well be a future Hall of Famer. In each of his 3 seasons he has thrown for over 3500 yards and this past season he threw for 5569 yards, not to be outdone by his 44 TDs this season. He has one of the strongest arms in the league already and has exponentially gotten better each season. There isn't a throw he cant make and he has the football IQ to go along with is arm talent. Hamilton could break many records on his way to the Hall of Fame. People may be scratching their heads on this decision (and it was a tough one), but I think all Scott was missing was the right ownership. As soon as the new ownership took over they sent Scott off to summer workouts with some of the best QB mechanic minds in the business. It paid off big time. His rookie campaign was shaky and his sophomore was superb. He more than doubled his TD production and cut down on his interceptions. Scott is another guy with amazing arm talent and a really good football IQ. Scott does struggle on the deep ball and may end up being more of a game manager rather than a big playmaking QB. NOTE: Sean Warren is a name we all know already, but is it for the right reasons? He has possibly the best arm talent in the past 3 years, but the football IQ seems to fade in and out during games. He is an old school gun slinger that will torch even the best defenses, but he can throw his team out of any game. I like this kid and even with an improved sophomore season I just feel his mistakes and turnovers are too hard to overlook and this is why Warren was left off. Lets hope he proves us all wrong because this kid has some crazy talent.