Just a first-year starter after enrolling at Oklahoma in January, the sky is the limit for Loadholt, who is as large and athletic as any of the top tackles in next April's draft.<br><br>* Denotes Underclassman
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A nice sized wide out, Kelly is a natural receiver with deceptive speed. He has played in spurts this season since opponents often double him, but he has the potential to be a No. 1 wide receiver in the NFL.<br><br>* Denotes Underclassman
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After a hot start to the season, Woodson has cooled down recently. He has the arm strength to play in the NFL, although his erratic accuracy concerns teams.
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The little known tackle is a great combination of size and athleticism. In the midst of a good campaign, Oher offers terrific upside at the all important left tackle spot.<br><br>* Denotes Underclassman
5 of 10John W. McDonough/SI
A game breaker with home run hitting speed, Jackson offers devastating skills as a return specialist and is a better receiver than Ted Ginn Jr., the ninth pick of last year's draft.<br><br>* Denotes Underclassman
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With Oregon climbing the polls, Stewart is starting to get the notoriety he deserves. A big back with outstanding vision, the junior has run roughshod over opponents and been a key cog in the Ducks' offense.<br><br>* Denotes Underclassman
7 of 10Gary Bogdon/SI
Somewhat of a forgotten man, Brohm has quietly had a solid year despite Louisville's problems. His size, arm strength and intangibles put him the draft's first dozen selections.
8 of 10Lou Capozzola/SI
Ryan has been impressive this season, building upon a solid junior campaign. His ability to accurately make passes downfield and win games has Ryan flying up draft boards.
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Long considered entering last April's draft and would've been a top-five pick. He's improved his game as a senior and is likely to be one of the first three players selected in '08.
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The big ball carrier has been a dominant force this season and could justifiably be the first pick of the draft if he leaves for the NFL, which most expect.
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