A Biletnikoff Award finalist and All-America in '11, he ranked fourth nationally in catches (9.3 per game), eighth in receiving yards (107.7) and fifth in TDs (15). The 6' 1" 190-pounder forms the nation's best receiving duo with Marqise Lee (73 catches, 11 TDs).
C KHALED HOLMES SENIOR
The transition from guard to center was seamless for this 6' 4" 305-pounder, who was snapping balls to Barkley when the two played at Mater Dei High in Santa Ana, Calif.
LT AUNDREY WALKER SOPHOMORE
Biggest man on campus needs to play bigger still
The 6' 6" 300-pounder has gotten by on his size. Practice with the first team in spring 2011 didn't work out, but now, despite another rough spring, he'll start at left tackle, replacing Matt Kalil, the first O-lineman taken in this year's NFL draft. If Walker is to remain Barkley's blind-side protector, though, he'll have to start throwing his weight around.