QB Deshaun Watson Jr. Clemson
RB Christian McCaffrey Jr. Stanford - The only debate here might be whether McCaffrey or Fournette is the best running back in the country. The should have been 2015 Heisman winner is back for another round of electricity and looks to be the preseason favorite to win the Heisman and an easy first-team All-American choice.
RB Leonard Fournette Jr. LSU
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster Jr. USC - Smith-Schuster had a huge 2015 but I still think he has a lot of room to grow and will in 2016. He might not have the best stats of any returning receiver, but he is still the scariest threat of any of them.
WR Gabe Marks Sr. Washington State - Marks gets snubbed for honors in preseason magazines, but who cares, he has the best stats of any power five conference returning receiver after turning down the NFL for one more year. He's one of the most complete receivers in the nation and will fill it up with unmatched consistency in Mike Leach's offense.
TE O.J. Howard Sr. Alabama
OL Pat Elflein Sr. Ohio State
OL Dan Feeney Sr. Indiana
OL Cam Robinson Jr. Alabama
OL Dan Voltz Sr. Wisconsin
OL Roderick Johnson Jr. Florida State
DL Myles Garrett Jr. Texas A&M
DL Jonathan Allen Sr. Alabama
DL Carlos Watkins Sr. Clemson
DL Malik McDowell Jr. Michigan State
LB Raekwon McMillan Jr. Ohio State
LB Tim Williams Sr. Alabama
LB Anthony Walker Jr. Northwestern
DB Desmond King Sr. Iowa
DB Jamal Adams Jr. LSU
DB Jourdan Lewis Sr. Michigan
DB Jalen Tabor Jr. Florida
K Jake Elliott Sr. Memphis
P J.K. Scott Jr. Alabama
R Evan Berry Jr. Tennessee
QB Baker Mayfield Sr. Oklahoma
RB Dalvin Cook Jr. Florida State
RB Royce Freeman Jr. Oregon - Freeman would be the nation's best running back in most years, this one just happens to be an all-time strongest year at RB. He has the potential to break the 2,000-yard-mark this season and might be the strongest, most-consistent back in the nation, right there with Fournette.
WR Calvin Ridley So. Alabama
WR Corey Davis Sr. Western Michigan
TE Jordan Leggett Jr. Clemson
OL Ethan Pocic Sr. LSU
OL Zach Banner Sr. USC - Maybe the biggest offensive lineman to ever play in the Pac-12 put it all together last year and now is back for a victory lap as an All-American. He might be the craziest physical specimen on either side of the line in college football this year.
OL Conor McDermott Sr. UCLA - This guy is right there with Banner as a 6'8-9 creature at tackle except he plays left tackle. Expect him to have a great season protecting Josh Rosen.
OL Dan Skipper Sr. Arkansas
OL Mike McClinchey Jr. Notre Dame
DL Derek Barnett Jr. Tennessee
DL DeMarcus Walker Sr. Florida State
DL Lowell Lotulelei Jr. Utah - Lowell is working his way into an All-American. He might be the best run stuffer in the country and makes a major impact at the line of scrimmage.
DL Charles Harris Jr. Missouri
LB Reuben Foster Sr. Alabama
LB Jabril Peppers Jr. Michigan
LB Devonte Fields Sr. Louisville
DB Adoree Jackson Jr. USC - The two-way star looks like a darkhorse Heisman candidate if he can pick off some more passes in 2016. He has had a great career so far but looks ready for a star turn in 2016.
DB Sidney Jones Jr. Washington - Jones might actually be a better pure cover corner than Jackson. He's a rangy athlete who has six interceptions in two seasons.
DB Tre'Davious White Sr. LSU
DB Eddie Jackson Sr. Alabama
K Andy Phillips Sr. Utah - Phillips has long been one of the best kickers in the Pac-12 and one of the best in the nation.
P Hayden Hunt Sr. Colorado State
R Christian McCaffrey Jr. Stanford - He's not just a running back, he's a star return man.
QB Luke Falk Jr. Washington State - Mike Leach's next record breaker is far from a system QB. He's one of the most prolific and accurate QBs in the nation and could lead the nation in passing.
RB Samaje Perine Jr. Oklahoma
RB Wayne Gallman Jr. Clemson
WR Christian Kirk So. Texas A&M
WR Taywan Taylor Sr. Western Kentucky
TE Bucky Hodges Jr. Virginia Tech
OL Adam Bisnowaty Sr. Pittsburgh
OL Brian Allen Jr. Michigan State
OL Tyler Orlosky Sr. West Virginia
OL Mitch Hyatt So. Clemson
OL Sean Welsh Jr. Iowa
DL Chris Wormley Sr. Michigan
DL Charles Walker Jr. Oklahoma
DL Montravius Adams Sr. Auburn
DL Davon Godchaux Jr. LSU
LB Kendell Beckwith Sr. LSU
LB Zach Cunningham Jr. Vanderbilt
LB Vince Biegel Sr. Wisconsin
DB Budda Baker Jr. Washington - Baker has been a steady standout ever since he started starting for the Huskies as a true freshman. He is poised to take that next step and become a national star in 2016 as one of the fastest safeties in the game.
DB Derwin James So. Florida State
DB Marcus Mayes Sr. Florida
DB Cordrea Tankersly Sr. Clemson
K Daniel Carlson Jr. Auburn
P Cameron Johnston Sr. Ohio State
R Cameron Sutton Sr. Tennessee
QB Chad Kelly Sr. Mississippi
RB Nick Chubb Jr. Georgia
RB Elijah Hood Jr. North Carolina
WR Isaiah Ford Jr. Virginia Tech
WR KD Cannon Jr. Baylor
TE Jake Butt Sr. Michigan
OL Mason Cole Jr. Michigan
OL Greg Pyke Sr. Georgia
OL Johnny Caspers Sr. Stanford - Caspers was a rock on the line with Joshua Garnett and Kyle Murphy last year and is now ready to lead the Cardinal offensive line. He was a great chance to be their next OL All-American.
OL Erik Magnuson Sr. Michigan
OL J.J. Dielman Sr. Utah - Dielman dominated the line, opening up a ton of holes for Devontae Booker and earned All-Pac-12 honors. He is a physical tackle who has the athleticism to pull and excel in pass protection as well.
DL Eddie Vanderdoes Jr. UCLA - Vanderdoes feels ready to come full circle after missing all of 2015. He is as big and as talented of a defensive lineman as you can find in college football and could be poised for a huge season.
DL Arden Key So. LSU
DL Ejuan Price Sr. Pittsburgh
DL Carl Lawson Sr. Auburn
LB Jarrad Davis Sr. Florida
LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin Sr. Tennessee
LB Riley Bullough Sr. Michigan State
DB Jonathan Ford Sr. Auburn
DB Quin Blanding Jr. Virginia
DB Max Redfield Sr. Notre Dame
DB Jamar Summers Jr. UConn
K Aidan Schneider Jr. Oregon - Oregon has been known in recent years for not having a kicker. That is no longer the case.
P Dalton Schomps Sr. Florida Atlantic
R John Ross Jr. Washington - Ross missed all of 2015 due to injury but has returned numerous kicks for touchdowns in his career.