May 31, 2013
Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY Sports August 26, 2013
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"1. Bryce Petty, Baylor. Fewer systems are more quarterback-friendly than Art Briles' offense at Baylor. Petty steps in line behind Robert Griffin III and Nick Florence, who excelled in this scheme during the last two years. He'll have a superb season.
2. Taysom Hill, Brigham Young. The Cougars' defense will again be one of the nation's best. If Hill delivers as the full-time starter, BYU could make a charge for 10 or more wins. Hill is a mobile and athletic option who should add a different dimension on offense.
3. Clint Trickett, West Virginia. Trickett is the odds-on favorite to replace Geno Smith in coach Dana Holgorsen's pass-happy system. The former Florida State transfer has the size, arm and mobility to fit Holgorsen's style perfectly, making him one of the more promising new starters in the FBS.
4. Travis Wilson, Utah. Wilson takes the reins after seeing time in select packages as a freshman. He's added some much-needed weight and taken on a more vocal leadership role for an offense lacking a go-to player a season ago.
5. Brandon Allen, Arkansas. Allen won't be asked to lead this offense alone, but rather take advantage of the opportunities handed his way by Arkansas' new commitment to the running game. If he avoids turnovers and remains healthy, Allen could rapidly become a fan favorite."
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