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The first four guys on this list are all very exciting kids, who should have great 2009 seasons.
But who else should be No. 1? Who else deserves it?
Tebow, love him or hate him, has excited college football fans across America for the past three years.
From his freshman season of limited snaps, to his first true season as a quarterback, Tebow has answered the questions of his doubters.
He has won the big games, he has had the amazing performances, and he has also won a couple awards on the side.
That includes the Heisman trophy two years ago, and a runner-up finish in the voting last season.
Tebow will do nothing but excite college football fans again in 2009, for the fourth straight season.
His ability to run through brick walls, complete crazy passes, and his smarts, should up his numbers from a year ago.
In 2008, Tebow didn't really have the type of numbers most expected.
2,747 passing yards and 30 touchdown passes looked good, but some thought Tebow should have put up more than that. He did rush for 673 yards and 12 more touchdowns. Those numbers were good, don't get me wrong, but some expected more from the Heisman winner.
The thing that people loved about this beast a year ago, he took the Florida Gators, put them on his back and took them all the way to an SEC championship, and another BCS title win.
Tebow showed heart each and every week in 2008, and expect nothing less in 2009.
Florida fans will be very happy to see No. 15 take the snaps in 09, especially with all he has coming back. Oh yeah, and his defense returns all 11 started from last years 13-1 national championship team. That should help him out just a little bit.
I expect Tebow to have another great year. Opposing linebackers better watch out, when that shoulder lowers I might would wanna get out of the way.
I'll say Tebow get's over 3,100 yards in the air, and over 30 touchdowns. I also see him running for over 700 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Those numbers will get him back to New York, and possibly win another Heisman.
Love him or hate him, you know you like seeing him play. That's why he's the No. 1 college football player to watch out for in 2009.