This article is part of our College Football Draft Kit series.1. Montee Ball, Sr., Wisconsin
Ball's numbers could decline drastically in 2012. His starting center, right guard and right tackle are gone, as is quarterback Russell Wilson, who in his lone season as a Badger may have been the most effective player Wisconsin has ever seen. The result is a lot more attention from defenses as Wisconsin breaks in a new, less effective quarterback and worse blocking against those additional defenders. Still, after running for 1,923 yards (6.3 YPC) and 33 touchdowns and catching 24 passes for 306 yards and six more scores, Ball can afford to lose a lot of productivity and still come out as the nation's top fantasy runner.
2. Joseph Randle, Jr., Oklahoma State
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