In 2012, it was easy to identify the top offensive playmakers on the West Virginia football team. Receivers Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey were both locks to post 1,000-plus yards and of course quarterback Geno Smith could be considered a top playmaker, as well.
But in 2013, that isn't the case. The Mountaineers still have no idea who will be taking their snaps this season or even whom that signal-caller will be targeting.
WVU returns the most experience at running back, where a pair of runners each with starting experience will be joined by a physically imposing junior college transfer to form a formidable ground attack.
However, it remains to be seen which of those three will earn the most carries this fall.
With all the uncertainty, this list will serve as more of a prediction for which players will end up as the go-to weapons in this 2013 Mountaineer offense, rather than a ranking based on past performance.
So, let's take a look at who will be making the most plays and producing the most points on the WVU offense in 2013.