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The Players You're Most Looking Forward To Seeing Next Season...

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So watching a lot of videos from 2012 season to look at Draft prospects has got me itching for the 2013 season. While a lot of great players have left the college game this year, there's some really special players who will be making our jaws drop on a weekly basis this season. So with that said, who are the guys you're looking forward to being able to watch in just over four months.....

I'll start with a few guys from USC...

First off, the most dangerous player in college football last year, Marqise Lee....

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Looking forward to seeing a more experienced Quinshad Davis tear up the ACC next season.

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Looking forward to seeing a more experienced Quinshad Davis tear up the ACC next season.

Yeah he was incredibly impressive for a true Frosh....

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As far as other teams go, I am looking forward to seeing Teddy Bridgewater, Jadeveon Clowney, Jackson Jeffcoat, Trey Millard, C.J. Mosley, Jake Matthews, Taylor Lewan, Sammy Watkins, and hopefully my cousin Anthony Vecchio finally gets to play this year at WVU.

As far as UNC goes, I'm looking forward to seeing Romar Morris, Bryn Renner, Quinshad Davis, Jabari Price, Kareem Martin, James Hurst, and Tre Boston.

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Oh how could I forget Lache Seastrunk....

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Looking forward to seeing a more experienced Quinshad Davis tear up the ACC next season.

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lee

clowney

watkins

yeldon

thomas

just to name a few in no particular order

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Bryn Renner, Romar Morris and Quinshad Davis.

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- Sammy Watkins WR Clemson,

- Duke Johnson Miami,

- Marquez North WR Tenn,

- TJ Logan RB UNC,

- Braxton Miller QB Ohio State,

- Todd Gurley RB Georgia,

- Johnny Manziel QB TA&M,

- Terry BridgeWater QB Louisville,

- Clowney DE South Carolina,

- Pharoh Cooper ATH South Carolina

- DeAnthony Thomas RB Oregon

- TaQuan Mizzell RB UVA

- Alabama Defense- lol they are always fun to watch

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Duke Johnson is a good one....

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