Kale Pick (Sr., WR), Daymond Patterson (Sr., WR)
In game one, Dayne Crist will spread the ball around evenly. Only one wideout made the list, but not for his work as a receiver.
Mike Ragone (Sr., TE)
Ragone will be a consistent rock within the offense. As a block-first tight end, however, nothing he does will "wow" those in attendance on opening day.
Aslam Sterling (Jr., OT)
Listen to Matt Tait of the Lawrence Journal-World talk about how big Sterling is, and fans know he'll be hard to ignore. He just needs to practice, first.
Toben Opurum (Sr., DE)
Opurum will be one of the most impressive specimens on the field. His counterpart at defensive end may be due for a bigger day, though.
Anthony McDonald (Sr., LB)
It doesn't seem right for more than one linebacker to make the list, and this list takes it's chances on the guy more likely to get through fall practices injury-free.
Victor Simmons (So., S), Tevin Shaw (Fr., S)
Kansas' safeties will be the defense's deepest individual unit. If the Hawks can start to pull away from the Jackrabbits, both of these youngsters will have a great opportunity to hit the ground running.