He may be small in stature, but Pittsburgh's Aaron Donald (#97 pictured) plays a big man's game.
A former USA Today Defensive Player of the Year out of the state of Florida, Florida State's LeMarcus Joyner (#20 pictured breaking up a pass vs. BYU in 2010) has played all over the Seminoles defensive backfield in his three-year stint with the team.
He’s been a starter since his true freshman season, and Linder’s (#65 pictured) game-day acumen is a big reason for his success.
One of college football’s best athletes, Virginia Tech’s Kyle Fuller (#17 pictured) is looking to follow in the footsteps of his older brother, Vincent, and one day get a shot in the NFL.
Amidon was one of the surprises of the ACC in 2012, setting school single-season records in receptions (78) and receiving yards (1,210).
Watson contributed with 24 receptions for the Wolfpack in 2012.
Price had his best season as a Tar Heel in 2012 recording 76 tackles, 9 pass breakups, and one interception.
After sitting out the 2012 season, Armstrong is looking to restore his career with a chance to play in the NFL.
Boston College may have lacked the explosive playmaking ability of former first round draft pick Luke Kuechly, but Clancy still gave the Eagles another 140-plus tackle a year player at linebacker.
Phillips' (#89 pictured) final two seasons at Virginia has been turbulent with injuries and adapting to a new offense in 2012.