Who, you may be asking...
Well, if you haven't been paying attention to the stats, you might be surprised to see Baker at No. 1.
He's not a household name, but he should be, and probably will be soon if he continues to produce as he has been.
So far, Baker has carried the ball 46 times for 390 yards for a whopping 8.5 yards per carry, and he has scored four touchdowns.
When you look at the talent on this Michigan State team, it seems clear that the Spartans are underrated.
Kirk Cousins is one of the top QBs in the conference.
Keyshawn Martin, B.J Cunninghamm, and Mark Dell are probably the best trio of receivers on one team in the conference.
And then besides Baker, his backfield running mate, Le'Veon Bell made this list at No, 3, and in case you missed it, they are both averaging over eight yards per carry!
In the past, the higher the expectations, the more the Spartans seem to underachieve.
This could be the year they finally break through. They have the talent and a very good coach once he returns.
After hosting Northern Colorado this week, the following two weeks will validate or potentially expose MSU as they host No. 11 Wisconsin, then travel to Ann Arbor to play their in-state arch-rivals, No. 21 Michigan.
Go Sparty, go!