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41. Tyler Bray, Tennessee
-Showed promise last year, he's the face of one of the more prestigious programs in the SEC.
42.Chris Polk, Washington
-With Jake Locker gone, the offense will run through this very talented and capable feature back.
43. Geno Smith, West Virginia
-Curious to see how much he can benefit from having one of the best offensive minds in football as his head coach.
44. Tim Jefferson, Air Force
-The leader of the best "academy" school in the country, he's productive, consistent, and could get to 10 wins this year.
45. Ray Graham, Pittsburgh
-No Dion Lewis, Graham showed explosive ability in 2010, and now he'll be the unquestioned feature weapon for Pitt.
46. Jacory Harris, Miami (FL)
-In danger of losing his starting job, Harris has too much talent himself and at receiver for him not to be able to thrive in 2011.
47. Brandon Bolden, Ole Miss
-Ole Miss will need to be in contention in the brutal SEC West, but he'll be featured like Darren McFadden this year.
48. BJ Daniels, South Florida
-The best quarterback athlete in the conference, Daniels has a chance to upset Notre Dame week one and put this team on track to be back to the Big East title.
49. Dan Persa, Northwestern
-Maybe the next great Northwestern quarterback after Mike Kafka, Persa has a chance to upset Big Ten foes this year.
50. Manti Te'o, Notre Dame
-The lone defensive player of the list, he's the most valuable asset to a Notre Dame team that some feel could be BCS good.
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