Here in Urban Meyer's very first season as the head coach of the Ohio State football team, the Buckeyes have officially gone 10-0 for the first time since the 2007 season. Meyer is essentially making a statement to the rest of the conference that he means business, and they hear him loud and clear.
While Meyer is a pretty good coach, even he knows that he couldn't do it alone. There has to be a certain amount of talent on the field, and the players have to give their all. It appears as if Meyer has gotten the very best out of his players thus far, as he has always seemed to do.
That leaves us with a question. Which players are the biggest keys to Meyer's success? Here I will rank every one of Ohio State's starters from the ones who have the least amount of value to the team to the ones who have the most.