Top Returning Kickoff Speedsters

De’Anthony Thomas RB Sophomore #6, 5-7, 173 – Oregon 

Quick burner that had an average of 27.3 yards per return on kicks and 17.3 yards per on punts. Can take it the distance no matter what the situation. With a 96 yard kickoff return a total of 18 Total touchdowns (2 special teams, 7 rushing, 9 receiving) in 2011, Thomas should improve statistically despite the fact teams will be keeping close tabs on him.

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Andre Debose WR Junior #4,  5-11, 186- Florida 

Will continue to be a stud on special teams. Additionally, Debose found his rhythm as a WR in 2011 accumulating over 400 receiving yards. Solidifying a #1 QB at Florida should help Debose settle down and continue to produce. With 3 special teams TD’s over the past 2 seasons, Debose is the deep threat the Gators need in the SEC.


Justin Gilbert CB  Junior #4, 6-0, 194- Oklahoma State 

Sports 4 special teams touchdowns coming into camp as a Junior, including a 100 yard return this past season. With elite speed, 2012 should be no different as his name will start to be mentioned among the NCAA’s top CB’s.


Greg Reid CB Senior # 5,  5-8, 185- Florida State 

Has 7 career interceptions entering his Senior season for the Seminoles, accumulating a total of 120 tackles over the past 3 seasons. With experience including: 3 punt return TD’s and over 60 kick return touches Reid is poised to take a few more to the house.


Jamal Miles WR Senior # 32, 5-10, 180- ASU 

With over 100 special teams touches Miles gives the Devils the X-factor they need. With career longs of 99 and 98 yards,going  the distance is no problem for the shifty hybrid type who touches the balls in space and in the backfield.



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