In his first season as Toledo's featured back, Fluellen rushed for 1,498 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2012.
Oliver will enter the 2013 season looking to get back on the track that led him to nearly 1,400 yards rushing as a sophomore.
Can Blankenship (#22 pictured) break his own single season rushing record in 2013?
Addae, a three-time All-MAC selection, has arguably been one of the most aggressive defenders in the conference over the last three seasons.
Means may have played second-fiddle to more heralded teammate Khalil Mack, but his impact was just as impressive.
There may not be a more underrated safety in college football than Toledo’s Jermaine Robinson.
The leading tackler in college football last season resided in Toledo, Ohio. Guess what? It may have not have even been Dan Molls' (#32 pictured) best season.
One of the NCAA's most active penetrators, Bowling Green's Chris Jones (#91 pictured) excelled at staying in the opponent's backfield.
Allen ended his career with 38 consecutive starts for the Bobcats.
Since transferring from Syracuse after the 2009 season, Speller has held down the LT position for the Minutemen over the last three seasons.