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Sal Interdonato’s Super 10: Army impact players


1. Ahmad Bradshaw, senior quarterback: Bradshaw has evolved into an elite triple-option quarterback, leading Army on late game-winning December drives against Navy and North Texas in the Heart of Dallas Bowl. Expect an even better season from Bradshaw, who has added 10 pounds of muscle after rushing for 830 yards and eight touchdowns in 2016. He’s the one player who Army can least afford to lose. Bradshaw’s value increased even more when junior quarterback Chris Carter was ruled academically ineligible this season.

2. Brett Toth, senior tackle: Toth is Army’s best offensive lineman on a strong unit. At 6-foot-6, 305 pounds, he’s an Outland Trophy candidate and has earned recognition from Pro Football Focus and Bleacher Report as one of the nation’s best run-blockers. Toth’s ability to reach the second and third levels of a defense keys Army’s triple-option attack.

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