The Oregon Ducks continue to put a championship caliber team out year after year. Lets take a look at5 players on the current roster who are looking to have break out seasons. The Ducks have a lot of fire power and that will continue in 2013 with these young talented players.
Whose Prime and Ready for a breakout year?
WR B.J. Kelley - Despite the depth ahead of him, Kelley can earn more playing time by continuing to develop in the offseason. If that happens, Kelley should find himself in the end zone more than a couple times in 2013.
S Reggie Daniels - He's got the size at 6'1" and 200 pounds to hang with bigger wide receivers and his athleticism should allow him to cover most of the field.
WR Dwayne Stanford - Because of his athleticism and ability to make one-on-one catches, I think Stanford will be one of those receivers that gets on the field and stays there.
RB Byron Marshall - Being the starting running back for the Ducks has become sort of a holy grail spot over the past few years. From Jonathan Stewart and Jeremiah Johnson to LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner, leading the Ducks' ground attack will assuredly earn a player hype and attention from the NFL.
LB Rodney Hardrick - His frame at 230 pounds gives him the kind of muscle it takes to battle with offensive linemen and stuff any runs that may reach the second level. But he also has two years of learning behind cerebral studs like Michael Clay.