The first name that comes to mind among possible standouts in the Big Ten this is season is Wisconsin running back Montee Bell.
Bell, who is emerging from the shadow of John Clay, will split the carries with James White.
However, Bell will take over as the team's leading rusher due to his natural ability.
The dynamic Robinson is an exciting player to watch.
However, he has a history of injuries keeping him from playing a full season.
Due to his reckless style of play, Robinson needs to refine his skills as a quarterback in order to take his game to the next level.
As was the case in early 2010, except Robinson generated plenty of buzz for his electrifying scrambles. However, only time will tell if he can sustain his performance over the course of an entire season.
Persa threw for over 2500 yards and 15 TDs before injuring his leg late in the 2010 season.
However, Persa is a capable signal caller who will lead the Wildcats offense to the next level in 2011.
Persa, much like his predecessor Mike Kafka, can also tuck the ball down and run with the best of them.
Martinez had a great start to his freshman year as the starting quarterback for the Cornhuskers.
However, injuries slowed him down and made him one dimensional in his game.
Martinez looks for a fresh start in a new conference that welcomes Nebraska into the fold in 2011.
Moye possesses the size and speed desirable for a top notch receiver.
As evidenced in Penn State's comeback against Northwestern, Moye can be a game changer.
With the quarterback situation at Penn State in flux, it will be interesting to see if Moye has better success than Matt McGloin or Rob Bolden.