The NCAA has a ton of great players with endless potential.
There are guys like Terrelle Pryor, who give you hope that there is a quarterback who can run as efficiently as he can pass, and guys like Trent Richardson, who run like there are nothing but green lights in their paths.
However, there are other guys who can be the catalyst for changing the very complexion of a game from "out of reach" to winnable in just one game-breaking play.
Darren McFadden was that guy for Arkansas in 2007. Percy Harvin was that guy for Florida in 2008. Eric Decker and Dexter McCluster were definitely those guys for Minnesota and Ole Miss, respectively, in 2009.
Those are the guys you love to see out there on Saturday. Those are your “money” players—your X-factors—the slightly less respected, less known commodities who can burn you the moment you forget they exist. The ones who make you walk away and say, "Man, that guy is something else."
This list, I must warn you, will leave out just as many as it names, but I encourage the football-savvy fan that is you, the reader, to drop some names of your own below—I bet you can't name just one.