A big key to the middle of the Arkansas State defensive front, Carrethers (#98 pictured) may be the strongest player in college football.
Browning's heroic effort in Louisiana-Monroe's overtime victory versus Arkansas in 2012 set the tone for the teams 8-5 record and a trip to a bowl game last season.
Baer, pictured, is yet another kicker in this year's draft who has some clutch genes. Where does he rank among this year's class of kickers?
Arkansas State’s Don ‘Wild Man’ Jones is capable of putting up some eye-popping workout numbers. But how does he project on the field?
One of the better leaders in the Sun Belt, Doyle (#82 pictured) has been a consistent starter since his freshman season.
After toiling as a backup, Graham Wilbert had a rough opening debut in 2011 for the Owls. He's since overcome inconsistency and turned himself into a late round NFL prospect.
Andrew Jackson (#4 pictured) could be considered the president of the Western Kentucky football program. His presence has changed the face of the team. In Andrew's two seasons as the team's starting middle linebacker, the Hilltoppers have won 14 games.
In 2012, Western Kentucky’s Antonio Andrews (#5 pictured) finished second in the history of college football in All-Purpose yards in a season (3,166).
A two-time Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, Arkansas State QB Ryan Aplin (#16 pictured on the move) provides both running and passing punch for the Red Wolves. He'll look to continue his stellar play in the GoDaddy.com Bowl versus 25th-ranked Kent State.
Amos (#6 going up for the football) fell just eight yards shy of eclipsing the 1,000-yard mark for the season, but that still doesn’t erase the stellar performance he put on during his final season.