Janarion Grant, WR, Rutgers

The Scarlet Knights were probably the worst Power Five team in college football last season. The offense was especially dreadful, and losing Grant in the fourth game of the season on a spectacular play against Iowa made it even worse. He was averaging 163.75 all-purpose yards per game when he went down. He was second in the Big Ten with 1,583 all-purpose yards the year before. The Scarlet Knights will get him the ball as many ways as they can this season and hope to take a step toward respectability.

Above: Rutgers wide receiver Janarion Grant (1) runs against Iowa during the first half of NCAA college football game in Piscataway, N.J., on Sept. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Noah K. Murray, File)

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