22. Darren McFadden
McFadden was a dominant running back for the Arkansas Razorbacks from 2005 to 2007. His final two years were his most explosive seasons when the “Wildcat” playbook was introduced. This allowed McFadden to be not only a running and receiving threat, but also a threat to pass. This led to McFadden putting up huge sophomore year numbers with 1,647 yards rushing and 14 TDs. He caught a TD, returned a kick for a TD, and threw for three more.
His junior year, McFadden rushed for 1,830 yards and 16 TDs. This included one receiving TD and four passing TDs. He was First-Team ALL-SEC all three years he started. His final two years, he won the Doak Walker Award and SEC Offensive Player of the Year, as well as took home All-American honors twice each. He is still among only a handful of players to finish second in the Heisman race two years in a row and never win.