For the next few days, the focus of the football world will again turn back to Indianapolis for the much-anticipated annual NFL combine.
Many of the stars of the 2011 college football season will be looking to strut their stuff and show off their skills for the pro scouts to see when they take the field for the various workouts and drills at Lucas Oil Stadium.
With a record number of underclassmen having declared for this year's draft, college football has lost many of its most prominent names. The good news is that there are plenty of up-and-coming younger players who appear ready to take center stage next season.
USC quarterback Matt Barkley may be considered the consensus favorite to be the No. 1 overall pick of the 2013 NFL draft, but Barkley certainly isn't the only college player that scouts will be paying close attention to during the 2012 season.
Here's a very early look at college football's top 100 eligible pro prospects for the 2013 NFL draft.