You can only hope to contain them
While Adrian Peterson has been almost unstoppable on the ground, Braylon Edwards does his damage through the air.
Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay examines the most devastating offensive players in college football.
1. Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
He isn't the most versatile player, and he is the least experienced member of this group, but the freshman phenom has quickly developed into college football's most dangerous weapon. Peterson, who has rushed for 1,272 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games this season, is a tough, shifty and powerful runner. His vision and patience have been impressive for such a young back, and his durability has been crucial in Oklahoma's national championship campaign.
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