And here's my list- and I'll only be able to count guys I saw play in person, so post '99 only: 1. Chris Brown- You can't say enough about the 62-36 game, but I mostly remember how dominant he was in '02. He's gotta be a Heisman winner if he doesn't get hurt for those last couple games. It felt like all you had to do was feed him the football and you had a top 25 offense at the minimum. It's hard to even imagine what this used to feel like to watch, as no one since him has really come close. 2. Bobby Purify- That he and Brown played on a lot of the same teams is sort of crazy to me. Such a smooth, cool, and dependable runner. His great game against Nebraska in 01 gets buried thanks to Brown's gargantuan performance. He had a great year in 2004 to cement his position here. 3. Cortlen Johnson- Feel like he gets overlooked a lot because Brown and Purify were the ones to show up in 01's crucial games. He was a great buff all the same- his game where he was national player of the week (or at least nominated) against ISU was very memorable. 4. Hugh Charles- Really consistent career for the Buffs- great game against Oklahoma in 07. 5. Rodney Stewart- Speedy was one of the few exciting offensive players of the Hawk years. His breakout game against West Virginia in Folsom was great- felt like he countered the hype of the WVU running offense with ease. Were he on some better teams, I would maybe have to move him up a bit.