There's something different about 2011's class of second year players, and for once, it doesn't bear an uncertain question towards their skill, athleticism or ability.
For those that have been keeping track, St. Louis' Sam Bradford averaged a double-double in his senior year of high school basketball. Ndamukong Suh, on the other hand, has a first name that is translated to mean "House of Spears" in the Ngemba language. While Colt McCoy has earned the nickname "The Real McCoy" associating him with a genuine attitude or perhaps a future brand of french fries in the years to come.
What do these seemingly irrelevant facts have to do with anything?
Nothing, nothing at all. Instead, all of these mindless stories are simply distracting us from the talent that is set to unleash on the NFL next season, as 2010's rookies look to portray their talent on a bigger stage next year.
So which players are worth your attention?
Simply put, a lot.
Here's a look at 10 Former NFL Rookies Set to Excel in 2011.