WR – Antwan Goodley, Baylor
Goodley returns as Petty’s top target after recording 1,339 yards for 13 touchdowns last season. He averaged 18.9 yards per catch.
WR – Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech
The speedy Grant returns as Tech’s leading receiver after catching 65 passes for 796 yards and seven touchdowns.
TE – E.J. Bibbs, Iowa State
Coach Paul Rhoads calls Bibbs the best tight end in the league after he posted one of the best seasons by a tight end in Cyclones history with 39 catches for 462 yards.
OL – Daryl Williams, Oklahoma
Williams is expected to anchor the Sooners’ deep offensive line this year with the loss of All-American Gabe Ikard.
OL – Cody Whitehair, Kansas State
At 6-foot-4, 309-pounds, Whitehair is deceptively quick for his size. He has started 25 of his 26 games for the Wildcats.
OL – B.J. Finney – Kansas State
The former walk-on is the foundation of Kansas State’s offensive line. Finney has started all 39 of his career games for the Wildcats.
OL – Spencer Drango, Baylor
Drango missed the last four games of 2013 due to injury. During that time, the Baylor offense went from scoring 57.3 points per game to 32.5.
OL – Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech
The freshman All-American in 2012 and first-team all-Big 12 honoree last season starts this season with some momentum after not allowing a sack to Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl.
QB – Bryce Petty, Baylor
In his first season in the pocket for the Bears, Petty threw for 4,200 yards and 32 touchdowns. In 403 pass attempts, he only threw three interceptions.
RB – Malcolm Brown, Texas
Malcolm Brown led the Longhorns rushers last season with 904 yards and nine touchdowns. Alone he made up 35.4 percent of Texas’ 2,551 total rushing yards.
RB – Shock Linwood, Baylor
Linwood finished 2013 as Baylor’s No. 2 running back with 894 total yards. He scored eight touchdowns, while averaging 6.9 yards per carry.
UTIL – Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
Lockett recorded 1,262 receiving yards and 583 kickoff return yards last season. Throughout his career at Kansas State, Lockett has averaged 31.1 yards per kickoff return and scored four touchdowns.
K – Michael Hunnicutt, Oklahoma
The Sooners have never had an all-American kicker, but Hunnicutt might be the first. He made 24 field goals — second in the FBS — out of 27 last season.
WR – Bradley Marquez, Texas Tech
WR – Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma
TE – Jimmay Mundine, Kansas
OL – Daniel Koenig, Oklahoma State
OL – Tom Farniok, Iowa State
OL – Dominic Espinosa, Texas
OL – Joey Hunt, TCU
OL – Quinton Spain, West Virginia
QB – Davis Webb, Texas Tech
RB – Desmond Roland, Okla. State
RB – Johnathan Gray, Texas
UTIL – Levi Norwood, Baylor
K – Jaden Oberkrom, TCU
DL – Ryan Mueller, Kansas State
Mueller was the 2013 defensive lineman of the year after recording 82 tackles and 11.5 sacks for 66 yards.
DL – Shawn Oakman, Baylor
At 6-foot-9, 275, Oakman is expected to build off his 12.5 tackles for loss from a year ago.
DL – Chucky Hunter, TCU
Hunter led the TCU defensive line last season with 43 tackles with 6 tackles for loss.
DL – Cedric Reed, Texas
Reed recorded 10 sacks last season.
LB – Bryce Hager, Baylor
Hager is coming off a groin injury that sidelined him at the end of the 2013 season. He recorded 71 tackles on the season.
LB – Ben Heeney, Kansas
Heeney led the Jayhawks in tackles with a total of 88, including 11.5 tackles for loss, two sacks and three interceptions
LB – Eric Striker, Oklahoma
Striker led the Sooners with 6.5 sacks, three of which came in the Sugar Bowl against Alabama.
DB – Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma
Sanchez finished last season with 46 tackles and a pair for interceptions for 117 yards.
DB – Sam Carter, TCU
Carter recorded five interceptions last year to go along with four sacks, 7.5 tackles for loss and 49 total tackles.
DB – Quandre Diggs, Texas
Diggs is expected to lead the Longhorns’ secondary after recording 58 tackles and 10 pass breakups last year.
DB – Karl Joseph, West Virginia
Joseph finished No. 4 on the West Virginia defense in 2013 with 68 total tackles. He also forced a pair of fumbles while recovering four.
P – Spencer Roth, Baylor
Junior Spencer Roth returns as the top punter in the Big 12 from a year ago with a 45.8-yard average.
DL – Charles Tapper
DL – James Castleman
DL – Malcom Brown
DL – Andrew Billings
LB – Nick Kwiatkowski
LB – Jonathan Truman
LB – Sam Eguavoen
DB – Kevin White
DB – Chris Hackett
DB – Dante Barnett
DB – Isaiah Johnson
P – Nick O’Toole