All kinds of candidates for this one. Logan Ryan did a nice job when called upon. Michael Hoomanawanui saw plenty of time in different spots -- blocking tight end, fullback, receiver. Chris Jones and Joe Vellano had their moments early in the year, while Sealver Siliga came on strong late. Heck, even Austin Collie had a few big catches when he was pressed into action. But Jamie Collins has to get the nod here. It wasn't until late in the season that we really got to see what he was capable of as a linebacker -- he was more of a special teamer, and a good one, before that. But when he got his chance, he impressed. Had it not been for injuries to Mayo and Spikes, we may still be wondering what he was capable of as a defensive player as he makes his way into his sophomore season.