His coach boasts, “Nobody is better at making something out of nothing,” and Boykin’s stats show it.
The 225-pounder will continue to pile up big numbers as OSU returns the best O-line in the country.
In 2014 Chubb had eight consecutive 100-yard games while also displaying a good pair of hands.
Only a junior, Boyd is the first player in ACC history to have 1,000-yard seasons in his first two years.
Last season, the six-two, 224-pound junior quickly emerged as the top red-zone threat in the country.
A downfield threat, he burned Alabama, Auburn and Miss State for plays for 50 yards or longer.
Stanley faced six D-linemen who were picked in the NFL draft and allowed only one sack all season.
He has first-pick-of-the-draft potential and showed it by not allowing a sack against a fierce OSU defense.
Set to become a four-year starter, he was named the team’s lineman of the week six times in 2014.
The 315-pounder is the best lineman on the country’s best O-line and allowed only one sack in 2014.
Named first-team All-American by USA Today, Allen had 80 knockdown blocks and allowed no sacks in 2014.
The son of Dolphins first-rounder John Bosa led college ball with 21 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks.
At six-nine and 280, Oakman became a dominant force in 2014, notching 11 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss.
The six-four 320-pounder with ridiculously long arms already looks like a 10-year NFL vet.
The former number one overall recruit lived up to his hype, setting an SEC freshman sack record with 11.
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Motivated by his low recruiting ranking, “Two-Star” Scooby proved doubters wrong with 163 tackles.
The six-two, 235-pound Smith had a team-high 112 tackles and nine tackles for loss in 2014.
Jack has doubled as a running back, but the junior’s best work is roaming sideline to sideline.
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He led the SEC in passes broken up (13) to go with 50 tackles and three interceptions.
The other three Fuller brothers played at Tech and in the NFL. This is the best athlete of the bunch.
Ramsey does everything for the Noles’ D. He had 9.5 tackles for loss and a team-high 12 passes broken up.
In this hybrid role, he had 17 tackles for loss, the most for a non-D-lineman for the Trojans in 14 years.
In the past eight seasons, Meyer’s teams have finished in the top three five times and won three national titles. Don’t bet against his making it four.
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