Power Ranking the 10 Most Underrated Offensive Weapons in the Big 12

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Power Ranking the 10 Most Underrated Offensive Weapons in the Big 12
Charlie Riedel

Lately, the Big 12 has been known for having some of the most potent offensive weapons in all of college football. 

In 2013, it was Baylor's prolific offense that rewrote the record books. 2012 saw Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein finish third in the Heisman Trophy voting. Before that, you have guys like Sam Bradford, Vince Young, Ricky Williams and Adrian Peterson leave their marks on the conference. 

Going into 2014, there are certainly the big names to watch out for. Bryce Petty and Co., should be back at it in Waco, Texas, while everybody knows about Trevor Knight after his deconstruction of Alabama's storied defense. 

But what about the guys you haven't necessarily heard about? Guys like Baylor wide receiver Robbie Rhodes or Iowa State running back Aaron Wimberly, who are set to make huge impacts for their squads in 2014? 

It's these guys that are often the X-factors in a team's success, which will prove vital in what is sure to be a wild Big 12 season. 

With that, check out the top 10 underrated offensive weapons in the Big 12. 

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