The transfer from Oregon has 25 catches for 375 yards and four touchdowns this year. The 5-foot-10 senior played two years in Eugene, where he had 40 catches for more than 400 yards before transferring to Tempe. Last year he caught 29 passes for 329 yards. This year against Missouri he had eight catches for a career-high 180 yards.
He's not on the same level as Washington's Chris Polk, but the junior has started 15 games for ASU and been the team's leading rusher over that time. He has 1,455 yards rushing in his career with 374 yards this year. He has three career 100-yard games and 18 career touchdowns.
He's done everything for the Sun Devils this year. He returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the season opener, threw a touchdown pass against Missouri, returned a punt 78 yards for touchdown against Oregon State and has also caught three touchdown passes. He had 249 all-purpose yards against Oregon State.
At 6-foot-8, he is the tallest quarterback in college football. The native of Kalispel, Mont., is in his first year as a full-time starter and after five games has completed 68 percent of his passes for 1,352 yards, 10 touchdowns with six interceptions and a 146.3 passing efficiency. He is also an outstanding basketball player, who originally committed to play for hoops for Gonzaga.
The 6-foot-3, 252-pound junior is one player the Ute offense must be aware of all game. After earning all-Pac-10 honors last year, Burfict was on numerous preseason all-America lists this year. He has 24 tackles, including four sacks, four pass breakups and an interception this year. Burfict has been a starter since his freshman season and has 183 tackles including 20 for loss and has forced four fumbles.