Touchdowns aren't always the best barometer of success, but they are a decent correlative point. One mustn't score a lot, necessarily, to be considered among the best offensive players in the nation, but it certainly does not hurt.
With regard to football statistics, passing touchdowns are not considered "scoring." Only the player who takes the ball into the end zone is credited with the points—or, in the case of a field goal, the player who kicked it through the uprights.
This list discounts the quarterbacks entirely.
Players such as Taysom Hill at BYU and Keenan Reynolds at Navy could well lead the nation in rushing touchdowns, but this list sought to find players at other positions—the not-as-glamorous ones—who will reach the end zone with consistency.
Some have proven they can do so in previous seasons, while others are in store for a bigger workload and have a good situation around them. But all of them, if healthy, are a safe bet to score some points.
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