This week, ESPN.com has been ranking the top 100 players in college football going into the 2014 season. The rankings were done based on the expected contributions of each player for the 2014 season, regardless of position.
Today, the unveiling continued with Nos. 40-21.
Here is the lone Big 12 player who made the fourth installment:
No. 30: Baylor WR Antwan Goodley
Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty seems to get all the national headlines. But Goodley is a pretty good player, too. Despite splitting touches with a host of other playmakers, Goodley finished the 2013 season with 71 catches, 1,339 receiving yards and a Big 12-best 13 touchdowns. Goodley was the only receiver in the country that had five catches of at least 60 yards.
With Lache Seastrunk and Tevin Reese gone, Goodley will have a little more pressure to carry the playmaking load. But the Bears still boast plenty of firepower elsewhere in Corey Coleman, Shock Linwood and Levi Norwood. Plus, Goodley will still be hauling in passes from one of the preeminent quarterbacks in the country.
Make sure to check back Friday to find out who our top 20 players are.
Coming Friday: Nos. 20-1.