Every year there are those players that seem to electrify as they suprise both fans and coaches alike with there performances.
As today's athletes get better and better, and less prestigious programs garner the attention of recruits, you can find impact players everywhere. And every season there are players that sneak up on fans, analysts, and coaches alike.
These are those players to watch in the 2010 season
the 2008 season was a rough one for LSU fans and quarterbacks.
After the presumed heir apparent to Matt Flynn, Ryan Perriloux, was released from his scholarship, it left unexpierienced qb's Andrew Hatch and Redshirt Freshman Jarret Lee as the quaterbacks.
Hatch was injured early, and Lee performed decently, but his six interception for td's was too. Jefferson performed well in the loss to Arkansas, and the bowl win over Gerogia Tech.
Look for him to improve more this season.
Following in the footsteps of Pat White would not be easy for anyone, but Brown has as good a chance as anyone. After backing up White for four years, Brown is ready to take the reins.
He has better passing ability than White, and it will allow WVU to open up there passing game more
Helu led Nebraska in rushing with 803 yards rushing and averaged 6.4 yards a carry while sharing time with Marlon Lucky and Quentin Castille. He topped 100 yards three times in games against Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado.
He leads a good Husker offense into 2009.
Blount helped maintain a Ducks offense hurt by the loss of Johnathan Stewart and QB Dennis Dixon to the NFL.
Blount, who became know for choosing Oregon because of their uniforms, became the 13th back in the school history to rush for over 1000 yards with 1,002. A powerful runner, he also set school records for rushing touchdowns (17) and yards-per-carry (7.3).
Minor led the 3-9 Wolverines in rushing last season, despite playing with an injured right wrist that was hurt so bad that he could carry the ball in his right hand, and he couldn't stiff arm.
With the offensive line more experienced and this being year two under Rich Rodriguez, look for Minor to have a breakout season for Big Blue.
Jones was the top recruit in the country in 2008, and he lived up to his billing in his freshman season. He had 58 catches for 924 yards and four td's in 2008.
A physical freak at 6'4" 215 with great leaping ability, He causes mismatches for all DB's that are assigned to cover him.
Although he wont suprise anyone this year, Johnathan Dwyer sure did last season. Named the ACC player of the year, Dwyer rushed for over 2,000 yards as the primary runner in Paul Johnson's lfexbone offense.
He is only a Junior, and he could possibly wreak havoc on ACC defenses for at least two more seasons.
After being named an All-American in 2007, Selvie underperformed in 2008, Slowed by injuries and constant double-teams he only registered 5.5 sacks. Look Selvie to have a bounce-back season.
Presumed to be the next Vince Young, Pryor played well as a freshman, going 100-165, with 12 tds and only four picks. He also second on the team in rushing, with 853 yards and six tds.
He even had a highlight reel td catch in the Fiesta Bowl vs Texas. Look for OSU to open up the playbook for him in year two.
As the face of Baylor football now, he is also a fast face, Griffin runs 4.4 40, and was named an All-American in track. He led the team in rushing, passing, and overall electrifyingness (just made up that word) Against Washington State, he ran for 217 yards.
He also ran for over yards against Oklahoma and Texas. Only a sophomore, look for Griffin to bring Baylor to a bowl in the next few seasons