Stafford’s (#3 pictured) leadership in Nebraska’s multiple coverage packages helped the team field one of the nation’s better pass defenses.
One of the most clutch kickers in Big Ten history, what happened to Dan Conroy's (#4 pictured) stroke in 2012?
A former high school dual-threat quarterback from the state of Florida, Johnson made a successful transition to the nickel back and safety positions for the Buckeyes.
One of the NCAA's leaders in tackles, Taylor (#53 pictured) normally looks right down the chimney to find the ball.
Compton (#51 pictured) was one of Nebraska’s senior leaders on defense. In fact, he led the Cornhuskers in tackles (110) in 2012.
Howard was instrumental from his corner position last season, coming up with four picks for the Buckeyes.
Anthony Reshad White (#99 pictured during 2013 Texas vs. The Nation practices) took over former stalwart Jerel Worthy in 2012 with varying levels of success.
For years, Penn State's Jordan Hill (#47 pictured) was overshadowed by more heralded teammate Devon Still. Now is his time to finally get his shine, and he's taken advantage of the opportunity.
An unsung guard in this year’s draft class from the Big Ten, Omameh (#65 pictured) is one of the most experienced players in the nation.
Hawthorne's most memorable moment came in the 2011 Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, as his 39-yard interception return was the go-ahead score in the Fighting Illini victory versus UCLA.