This article is part of our College Football Draft Kit series.1. Collin Klein, Sr., Kansas State
Klein came into 2011 under the radar as a first-year starter and former obscure recruit, but he no doubt won plenty of his owners league championships. He complemented his 1,918 yards and 13 touchdowns passing with 1,141 yards on the ground, as well as 27 rushing touchdowns. What's amazing is that his year actually started slowly, as he scored just one touchdown in Week 1 against Eastern Kentucky, in theory the weakest opponent on the schedule. Durability is a worry after Klein averaged more than 24 carries per game last year, but at nearly 230 pounds he seems able to carry the load.
2. Ryan Aplin, Sr., Arkansas State
Aplin is not Cam Newton, but he might turn into the Sun Belt equivalent in 2012 with former Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn taking over the Arkansas State program. Aplin is already one of the nation's most established dual-threat ...
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