With training camp set to take place next week, it's that time of year when fantasy football owners will begin ranking players for their upcoming draft(s) for the 2010 NFL season.
Most owners tend to have an idea of which players they want to select the first few rounds of the draft based off statistics from the previous season.
Unfortunately, this doesn't always go as according to plan for most owners.
After rushing for 1,789 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2006, Larry Johnson emerged as the No. 1 overall pick in most fantasy leagues the following year ahead of LaDainian Tomlinson.
In 2007, Johnson rushed for just 559 yards and three touchdowns during the eight games he played.
While most of the top players in fantasy football from last season should put up decent numbers again in 2010, many owners may be disappointed if their players fail to live up to last year's numbers.
Here are 25 studs, in no particular order, from 2009 who may be facing a deep production decline this upcoming season.