ESPN.com is ranking the top 100 players in college football. As the rankings are announced, you can find them here on the pages of ESPN.com.
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How did we rank the players?
We asked 32 of ESPN's college football writers and editors to rate players on a scale of 0-10 based on their expected contributions for this upcoming season.
T-59. RB Karlos Williams, Florida State Seminoles
"Third-string running back" does no justice to Williams' role last season, as the former safety led FSU in yards per carry (8.0). With a veteran line in front of him, the former five-star recruit now has his sights set on the record books in his senior year.
T-59. LB Shaq Thompson, Washington Huskies
The junior has been an honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection in both of his years at Washington. But this season, with the possibility of playing both ways, he's going to be an even bigger contributor for the Huskies.
T-57. WR DeVante Parker, Louisville Cardinals
Nicknamed "Spiderman," Parker enters Year 1 of the ACC era hoping to build off an 885-yard, 12-touchdown campaign from 2013. In new coach Bobby Petrino's offense, Parker figures to see his numbers, and profile, grow nationally.
T-57. LB Trey DePriest, Alabama Crimson Tide
After making a name for himself as a freshman on Alabama's special-teams units, DePriest has been a fixture at middle linebacker the past two seasons for the Crimson Tide. He will be the unquestioned leader of that defense this season.
56. RB Jeremy Langford, Michigan State Spartans
A former receiver, Langford came out of virtually nowhere last season to rush for more than 1,400 yards and more touchdowns (18) than any other Big Ten back. He was a great closer too, often sealing Spartans wins with a long touchdown run.
T-54. TE O.J. Howard, Alabama Crimson Tide
Don't look at his stats from last season. Just watch his touchdown grab against LSU and that will tell you all you need to know. Howard is a freak athlete with soft hands, and new offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will find ways to get him the ball.
T-54. OL A.J. Cann, South Carolina Gamecocks
At a hulking 6-foot-4 and weighing 311 pounds, Cann is not someone to mess with up front. He owns a team-high 38 starts, which he began after taking over at left guard as a redshirt freshman, and he is an All-SEC and All-American-caliber player.
T-52. LB Eric Striker, Oklahoma Sooners
Striker is already one of the most ferocious pass-rushers in the Big 12 and perhaps the country. To cap his sophomore season, he sacked Alabama QB AJ McCarron three times and forced the game-clinching fumble. The scary part? Striker is still raw in other areas, and he figures to keep rapidly improving.
T-52. DB Jalen Ramsey, Florida State Seminoles
The Seminoles' secondary is loaded, but there is a faction -- a large one -- that believes Ramsey will be the best when his career is finished. He will be moved all over the field and should fill up the stat sheet in 2014.
51. DE Noah Spence, Ohio State Buckeyes
Blessed with a freakish burst off the line of scrimmage, Spence finished second in the Big Ten in sacks as a first-year starter in 2013. A suspension will cost him the first two games of this season.