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At the end of each description I will have a little phrase that describes what that player may be like in the NFL. i.e. MVP, Super Bowl Winner, etc. Please comment.

1. Colt Brennan, Hawaii. Brennan's numbers are too good to be true. Well, they're true, Hawaii fans. Brennan is a top 10 candidate for the Heisman. Summary: MVP

2. Brian Brohm, Louisville. Brohm has a strong arm and great weapons around him. He is a top contender for the Heisman. Summary: Pro Bowler

3. Patrick White, West Virginia. White is more of a Vince Young-type guy. He has great weapons on the field and can make plays in the pocket. He, along with teammate Steve Slaton, is another top 5 candidate for the Heisman. Summary: Starter on Sundays

4. John David Booty, USC. Booty proved last year that he could lead the Trojans. He's another guy who can make an impact by leadership. But losing star receivers Steve Smith and Dwayne Jarrett may hurt Booty's numbers. Summary: Leader

5. Chad Henne, Michigan. Henne is the heart of Michigan's offense. He is another top contender for the Heisman. Summary: Starter on Sundays

6. Andre' Woodson, Kentucky. Woodson is a complete and absolute stud. But he plays for Kentucky and doesn't get enough love. Summary: MVP

7. Colt McCoy, Texas. Many people will complain McCoy should be ranked higher. I would rank him higher if he had more experience. Next season he'll be a sophomore, and his season last year might only be a one-time thing. When McCoy is a junior or senior, he may be number one. Summary: Too Early to Tell

8. Erik Ainge, Tennessee. Ainge has a great arm, but is known to be injured. He can really put up great numbers but can't play the whole season. Summary: Injury-prone

9. Graham Harrell, Texas Tech. I have never heard of this kid until I saw him play. I knew then that he was one of the best. Harrell has an awesome arm and is the leader for the Red Raiders. Summary: Pro Bowler

10. Nate Longshore, California. Longshore looks primed to put up big numbers this year. He'll have to, if he hopes to have any shot whatsoever at the Heisman. Summary: Starter on Sundays

As I said before, please feel free to comment and share your opinion.

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