I've made so many comments on other peoples lists, I guess I owe it to the board to make my own. 1. Driskel 2. Humphries 3. Dunbar 4. Cummings 5. VH3 Rationale for each and rationale for omissions- 1. Driskel is a no-brainer. If he doesn't have a great year, UF doesn't have even a good year. 2. Neither Driskel nor our running backs will be successful if Humphries doesn't progress a lot from where he left off from his injury. He is the best high school OL we've signed in years. It's time to see him play like that, consistently. I think the rest of the OL will emulate whatever he does. I know that RBs are important but Roper will not depend enough on any one of them to put them on a list of five. Love McGee, but with all the depth between TE and the B-Back, I don't see him quite in the top five. I could be proven wrong. I do think he'll be the best and the most productive since he whose name we cannot say. 3. Dunbar is already our most reliable receiver and has caught some of the most difficult throws Jeff has ever made. He is the team leader at the position, has the most fundamental skills and is one of two or three guys Jeff will look for when he's got to get the ball away (That's as many as he can check off). I think we'll rotate six or seven WRs, but Q is the one guy who will barely leave the field. Love our DEs and think they will have monstrous years. It seems like a crime not putting Fowler on the list, but his impact will depend a lot on the rest of the front four and the secondary. If they do their job, he will get double digit sacks, a couple of picks and be the Lombardi winner. Love our LBs, but there are so many now with Taylor and Ball all grown up, Morrison's potential to be a star and the development of the current sophomores and RS freshmen, that we won't depend on one much more than the others. They do need to perform very well as a group. 4. What our defense does up front inside will determine what it can do everywhere else. I could have named Orr, but Cummings is the one most likely to disrupt the pocket on passing plays and most likely to make contact with a RB, slowing him down for our LBs to finish him off at or near the LOS. 5. Hargreaves is going to have a huge year, assuming he isn't injured. There is no most important position in the secondary. The most important position is wherever your most disruptive player is. Five to seven picks, or two pick sixes can turn the momentum around against ANY opponent. Forcing opponents to throw to the opposite side of the field will make a good QB and good receivers much less effective.