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Everyone knows that Edwin Baker is a star. He will be a household name by the end of the 2011 season. The true sophomore ranked fourth in the Big Ten and 30th in the nation with his 92.4-yard rushing average.
Baker rushed for over 1,200 yards in his second season at Michigan State. He was a Big Ten First Team selection in the run-heavy conference.
Baker may be a Heisman candidate in 2011, but don't forget about Larry Caper. Le'Veon Bell moved past Caper as Caper nursed a hand injury early in the 2010 season. But don't forget, Caper was the No. 1 back as a freshman in 2009, and he's determined to get himself back into the rotation.
Look for Capers to burst onto the scene again this summer.