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We end here with Fitz Toussaint, arguably the most important man on this entire list.
Toussaint is progressing at an amazing rate, as he is actually taking part in a few non-contact drills in practice. At the rate he's going, one would think he'd be ready for the 2013 opener. However, that's still a big IF.
Toussaint's leg injury occurred on Nov. 17 last year against Iowa, and we usually don't see this kind of progress this quickly.
If he somehow is ready for fall camp, though, he will still face plenty of competition for the starting running back job; guys like Derrick Green, Thomas Rawls and Drake Johnson will all pose a realistic challenge.
Now a fifth-year senior, Toussaint is determined to bounce back and end his career on a high note, not letting this leg injury define him.