College Football 2015: Ranking The Top 100 Impact Players

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The 2015 college football season may not start for another six months. Nevertheless, with spring practice now beginning to kick into full swing around the country, that means it’s time to start looking ahead to a season that should be full of intriguing storylines.

Defending national champion Ohio State is shaping up to be a viable contender to repeat, as the Buckeyes return the most star-stocked roster in all of college football.

Columbus isn’t the only town where the star names will shine this fall, though.

Plenty of players from all corners of the country are worthy of acclaim and attention this offseason.

Since so many of the top underclassmen opted to declare early for the 2015 NFL draft, it’s not easy to put together a truly definitive list of the top returning players. The tricky part about putting together a preseason player ranking list is that’s based both on observations as well as projections. There’s plenty of data that shows statically who the top performers were this past season. But as we know, college football can change drastically every season, as a host of new players emerge as breakout stars on a yearly basis.

This list was made to identify who the cream-of-the-crop talent is. These are the players who possess the elite talent and ability to be a valuable game-changer and a difference-maker at their individual position.

So who are the top players, and how do they stack up?

Here’s a look at Gridiron Perspective’s top 100 overall preseason player rankings for the 2015 college football season.

*Note: Recruiting rankings are based on 247Sports‘ composite rankings.

The Top 25 Players

1. Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State

Class: Junior
Size: 6’0”, 225-pounds
Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 1,878 rushing yards,18 touchdowns, 6.8 yards per carry
Notable 2014 Honors: Sugar Bowl Offensive MVP, National Championship Game Offensive MVP


2. Trevone Boykin, QB, TCU

Class: Redshirt Senior
Size: 6’2”, 205-pounds
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
Recruit Ranking: 3-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 3,901 passing yards, 707 rushing yards, 41 total touchdowns
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-Big 12, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year


3. Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State

Class: Junior
Size: 6’5”, 278-pounds
Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 13.5 sacks, 21 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-Big Ten, Unanimous All-American


4. Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida

Class: Junior
Size: 5’11”, 192-pounds
Hometown: Tampa, Florida
Recruit Ranking: 5-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: Three interceptions, 13 pass breakups, 50 total tackles
Notable 2014 Honors: All-American (TSN, ESPN, CBS), First-Team All-SEC


5. Scooby Wright III, LB, Arizona

Class: Junior
Size: 6’1”, 246-pounds
Hometown: Windsor, California
Recruit Ranking: 2-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 163 tackles, 14 sacks, 29 tackles for loss, six forced fumbles
Notable 2014 Honors: Unanimous All-American, First-Team All-American, Defensive Player of the Year (CBS Sports, SB Nation), Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Rotary Lombardi Award, Chuck Bednarik Award, Jack Lambert Award


6. J.T. Barrett, QB, Ohio State

Class: Redshirt Sophomore
Size: 6’1”, 225-pounds
Hometown: Wichita Falls, Texas
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 2,834 passing yards, 983 rushing yards, 45 total touchdowns
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-Big Ten, Third-Team All-American (AP)


7. Samaje Perine, RB, Oklahoma

Class: Sophomore
Size: 5’11”, 243-pounds
Hometown: Pflugerville, Texas
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 1,713 rushing yards, 21 touchdowns, 6.5 yards per carry
Notable 2014 Honors: Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year, Second-Team All-American (FWAA and Phil Steele)


8. Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

Class: Junior
Size: 6’0”, 190-pounds
Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland
Recruit Ranking: 5- Stars
Key 2014 Stats: Two interceptions, 15 pass breakups, 32 solo tackles
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-ACC, Second-Team All-American (Walter Camp, FWAA, Fox Sports and USA Today)


 9. Shawn Oakman, DE, Baylor

Class: Senior
Size: 6’9”, 280-Pounds
Hometown: Lansdowne, Pennsylvania,
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 11 sacks, 19.5 tackles for loss and eight quarterback hurries
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-Big 12


 10. Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia

Class: Sophomore
Size: 5’10”, 228-pounds
Hometown: Cedartown, Georgia
Recruit Ranking: 5-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 1,760 total yards, 16 total touchdowns, Seven yards per carry average
Notable 2014 Honors: SEC Freshman of the Year, First-Team All-SEC


11. Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss

Class: Junior
Size: 6’2”, 229-pounds
Hometown: Crete, Illinois
Recruit Ranking: 5-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 48 catches, 632 receiving yards, five receiving touchdowns


12. Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

Class: Sophomore
Size: 6’0”, 229-pounds
Hometown: Imperial, California
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 1,365 rushing yards, 19 total touchdowns, 5.4 yards per carry
Notable 2014 Honors: Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year, Second-Team All-Pac-12


13. Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State

Class: Senior
Size: 6’2”, 230-pounds
Hometown: Haughton, Louisiana
Recruit Ranking: 3-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 3,449 passing yards, 986 rushing yards, 42 total touchdowns
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-SEC


14. Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Ole Miss

Class: Junior
Size: 6’4”, 280-pounds
Hometown: Loganville, Georgia
Recruit Ranking: 5-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: two sacks, four tackles for loss
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-SEC


 15. James Conner, RB, Pittsburgh

Class: Junior
Size: 6’2”, 250-pounds
Hometown: Erie, Pennsylvania
Recruit Ranking: 3-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 1,765 rushing yards, 26 rushing touchdowns
Notable 2014 Honors: ACC Player of the Year, First-Team All-ACC


16. Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State

Class: Senior
Size: 6’4”, 218-pounds
Hometown: Hinckley, Ohio
Recruit Ranking: 3- stars
Key 2014 Stats: 3,214 passing yards, 24-8 TD-INT ratio, 149.3 passer rating
Notable 2014 Honors: Second-Team All-Big 10


17. Eric Striker, LB, Oklahoma

Class: Senior
Size: 6’0”, 221-pounds
Hometown: Seffner, Florida
Recruit Ranking: 3-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: nine sacks, 68 total tackles, 17 tackles for loss
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-Big 12, Third-Team All-American (Phil Steele, AP)


18. Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M

Class: Sophomore
Size: 6’5”, 255-pounds
Hometown: Arlington, Texas
Recruit Ranking: 5-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 11.5 sacks, 14 tackles for loss, 10 quarterback hurries
Notable 2014 Honors: Second-Team SEC, First-Team Freshman All-American


 19. Jalen Ramsey, S, Florida State

Class: Junior
Size: 6’1”, 204-pounds
Hometown: Smyrna, Tennessee
Recruit Ranking: 5-stars
Key 2014 Stats: 80 tackles, 12 pass breakups, three forced fumbles
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-ACC, Second-Team All- American (AP)


 20. Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh

Class: Junior
Size: 6’2”, 190-pounds
Hometown: Clairton, Pennsylvania
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 1,423 total yards, eight touchdown, 55 catches of 10 plus yards
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-ACC


 21. Su’a Cravens, S, USC


Class
: Junior
Size: 6’1”, 225-pounds
Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Recruit Ranking: 5-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 68 tackles, three interceptions, nine pass breakups
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-Pac-12, Third-Team All-American (AP)


 22. Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee


Class
: Sophomore
Size: 6’3”, 267-pounds
Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 72 tackles, 10 sacks, 20.5 tackles for loss, eight quarterback hurries
Notable 2014 Honors: Second-Team All-SEC, Freshman All-American


 23. D’haquille Williams, WR, Auburn

Class: Senior
Size: 6’2”, 216-pounds
Hometown: LaPlace, Louisiana
Recruit Ranking: 4-Stars
Key 2014 Stats: 45 catches, 730 receiving yards, five touchdowns


24. Shilique Calhoun, DE, Michigan State

Class: Junior
Size: 6’5”, 256-pounds
Hometown: Middletown, New Jersey
Recruit Ranking: 3-stars
Key 2014 Stats: Eight sacks, 12.5 tackles for loss, eight quarterback hurries
Notable 2014 Honors: First-Team All-Big Ten


25. Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame

Class: Junior
Size: 6’5”, 315
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada
Recruit Ranking: 4-stars


The Rest of the Top 100

  1. Spencer Drango, OT, Baylor

  2. Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State

  3. Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss

  4. DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon

  5. Jaylon Smith, LB, Notre Dame

  6. Jack Allen, OC, Michigan State

  7. Jonathan Williams, RB, Arkansas

  8. Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State

  9. Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia

  10. Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama

  11. Tyler Matakevich, LB, Temple

  12. Le’Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech

  13. Will Redmond, CB, Mississippi State

  14. Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State

  15. Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State

  16. Leonard Floyd, LB, Georgia

  17. Zack Sanchez, CB, Oklahoma

  18. Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU

  19. Quin Blanding, S, Virginia

  20. Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama

  21. Cody Kessler, QB, USC

  22. Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado State

  23. Myles Jack, LB, UCLA

  24. Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State

  25. Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State

  1. Kamali Correa, DE, Boise State

  2. Roberto Aguayo, K, Florida State

  3. Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CB, Minnesota

  4. Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor

  5. Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford

  6. Chris Jones, DT, Mississippi State

  7. Shock Linwood, RB, Baylor

  8. Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State

  9. Jonathan Allen, DE, Alabama

  10. Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson

  11. Josh Doctson, WR, TCU

  12. Max Tuerk, OC, USC

  13. Maleik Collins, DT, Nebraska

  14. Hunter Dimick, DE, Utah

  15. Evan Engram, TE, Ole Miss

  16. Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford

  17. Devontae Booker, RB, Utah

  18. Leonte Carroo, WR, Rutgers

  19. Pharoh Cooper, WR, South Carolina

  20. Nelson Spruce, WR, Colorado

  21. Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State

  22. Will Likely, CB, Maryland

  23. Jarran Reed, DE, Alabama

  24. D.J. Foster, RB, Arizona State

  25. Tyler Marz, OT, Wisconsin

  1. Terrance Smith, LB, Florida State

  2. Adoree Jackson, CB, USC

  3. Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama

  4. Dadi Nicolas, DE, Virginia Tech

  5. Antonio Morrison, LB, Florida

  6. Jordan Jenkins, LB, Georgia

  7. Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor

  8. Vadal Alexander, OG, LSU

  9. Nick Wilson, RB, Arizona

  10. Paul Davis, LB, Georgia Tech

  11. Michael Caputo, S, Wisconsin

  12. A’Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama

  13. Kyler Fackrell, LB, BYU

  14. Marquis Haynes, DE, Ole Miss

  15. Adolphus Washington, DT, Ohio State

  16. KD Cannon, WR, Baylor

  17. Jonathan Jones, CB, Auburn

  18. Adam Gotsis, DT, Georgia Tech

  19. Ishmael Adams, CB, UCLA

  20. Tony Conner, S, Ole Miss

  21. Elijah McGuire, RB, Louisiana-Lafayette

  22. Mike Williams, WR, Clemson

  23. Jalen Mills, S, LSU

  24. Donte Deayon, CB, Boise State

  25. Justin Thomas, QB, Georgia Tech

Rankings By Position

Quarterbacks

  • Trevone Boykin, TCU: 2
  • J.T. Barrett, Ohio State: 6
  • Dak Prescott, Mississippi State: 13
  • Connor Cook, Michigan State: 16
  • Cody Kessler, USC: 46
  • Braxton Miller, Ohio State: 50
  • Kevin Hogan, Stanford: 55
  • Cardale Jones, Ohio State: 58
  • Deshaun Watson, Clemson: 60
  • Justin Thomas, Georgia Tech: 100

Honorable Mention

  • Brad Kaaya, Miami
  • Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky
  • Christian Hackenberg, Penn State
  • Davis Webb, Texas Tech
  • Everett Golson, Notre Dame
  • Kyle Allen, Texas A&M
  • Jared Goff, California
  • Marquise Williams, North Carolina
  • Seth Russell, Baylor
  • Trevor Knight, Oklahoma

Running Backs

  • Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State: 1
  • Samaje Perine, Oklahoma: 7
  • Nick Chubb, Georgia: 10
  • Royce Freeman, Oregon: 12
  • James Conner, Pittsburgh: 15
  • Jonathan Williams, Arkansas: 32
  • Derrick Henry, Alabama: 35
  • Dalvin Cook, Florida State: 39
  • Leonard Fournette, LSU: 43
  • Shock Linwood, Baylor: 57
  • Devontae Booker, Utah: 67
  • D.J. Foster, Arizona State: 74
  • Nick Wilson, Arizona: 84
  • Elijah McGuire, UL-Lafayette: 96

Honorable Mention

  • Akeel Lynch, Penn State
  • Alex Collins, Arkansas
  • Corey Clement, Wisconsin
  • Devon Johnson, Marshall
  • Donnel Pumphrey, San Diego State
  • Jon Hilliman, Boston College
  • Joseph Yearby, Miami
  • Josh Ferguson, Illinois
  • Justin Jackson, Northwestern
  • Paul Perkins, UCLA

Wide Receivers

  • Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss: 11
  • Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh: 20
  • D’haquille Williams, Auburn: 23
  • Rashard Higgins, Colorado State: 47
  • Corey Coleman, Baylor: 54
  • Josh Doctson, TCU: 61
  • Leonte Carroo, Rutgers: 68
  • Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina: 69
  • Nelson Spruce, Colorado: 70
  • KD Cannon, Baylor: 91
  • Mike Williams, Clemson: 97

Honorable Mention

  • Byron Marshall, Oregon
  • Cayleb Jones, Arizona
  • Corey Davis, Western Michigan
  • DaeSean Hamilton, Penn State
  • Jordan Payton, UCLA
  • Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M
  • JuJu Smith, USC
  • Michael Thomas, Ohio State
  • Quinshad Davis, North Carolina
  • William Fuller, Notre Dame

Tight Ends

  • Evan Engram, Ole Miss: 65

Honorable Mention

  • Austin Hooper, TE, Stanford
  • Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech
  • Cam Serigne, Wake Forest
  • Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas
  • Jake Duzey, TE, Iowa
  • Jonnu Smith, TE, FIU
  • Josiah Price, TE, Michigan State
  • Nick Vannett, TE, Ohio State
  • Pharaoh Brown, TE, Oregon
  • Tre’Von Armstead, TE, Baylor

Offensive Tackles

  • Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame: 25
  • Spencer Drango, Baylor: 26
  • Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss: 28
  • Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech: 37
  • Cam Robinson, Alabama: 45
  • Jack Conklin, Michigan State: 49
  • Kyle Murphy, Stanford: 66
  • Taylor Decker, Ohio State: 71
  • Tyler Marz, Wisconsin: 75

Honorable Mention

  • Brandon Shell, South Carolina
  • Caleb Benenoch, UCLA
  • Clint Van Horn, Marshall
  • Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M
  • Halapoulivaati Vaitai, TCU
  • Jason Spriggs, Indiana
  • Jerald Hawkins, LSU
  • John Theus, Georgia
  • Jon Heck, North Carolina
  • Tyler Johnstone, Oregon

Interior Offensive Linemen

  • Jack Allen, Michigan State: 31
  • Max Tuerk, USC: 62
  • Vadal Alexander, LSU: 83

Honorable Mention

  • Christian Westerman, Arizona State
  • Dan Voltz, Wisconsin
  • Greg Pyke, Georgia
  • Jake Brendel, UCLA
  • Jashon Robertson, Tennessee
  • Nick Kelly, Arizona State
  • Pat Elflein, Ohio State
  • Ryan Kelly, Alabama
  • Toa Lobendahn, USC
  • Viane Talamaivao, USC

Defensive Tackles

  • Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss: 14
  • Chris Jones, Mississippi State: 56
  • Maliek Collins, Nebraska: 63
  • Andrew Billings, Baylor: 82
  • A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama: 87
  • Adolphus Washington, Ohio State: 90
  • Adam Gotsis, Georgia Tech: 93

Honorable Mention

  • Anthony Zettel, Penn State
  • Antwaun Woods, USC
  • Beau Blackshear, Baylor
  • Darius Hamilton, Rutgers
  • Hassan Ridgeway, Texas
  • Kenny Clark, UCLA
  • Luther Maddy, Virginia Tech
  • Malik McDowell, Michigan State
  • Sheldon Day, Notre Dame
  • Tylor Harris, Wake Forest

Defensive Ends

  • Joey Bosa, Ohio State: 3
  • Shawn Oakman, Baylor: 9
  • Myles Garrett, Texas A&M: 18
  • Derek Barnett, Tennessee: 22
  • Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State: 24
  • DeForest Buckner, Oregon: 29
  • Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma: 33
  • Kamalei Correa, Boise State: 51
  • Jonathan Allen, Alabama: 59
  • Hunter Dimick, Utah: 64
  • Jarran Reed, Alabama: 73
  • Dadi Nicolas, Virginia Tech: 79
  • Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss: 89

Honorable Mention

  • Brian Nordstrom, Rice
  • Bronson Kaufusi, BYU
  • Charles Tapper, Oklahoma
  • Devonte Fields, Louisville
  • Drew Ott, Iowa
  • Eddie Vanderdoes, UCLA
  • Eddie Yarbrough, Wyoming
  • Jonathan Bullard, Florida
  • Ken Ekanem, Virginia Tech
  • Sheldon Rankins, Louisville

Linebackers

  • Scooby Wright III, Arizona: 5
  • Eric Striker, Oklahoma: 17
  • Darron Lee, Ohio State: 27
  • Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame: 30
  • Tyler Matakevich, Temple: 36
  • Leonard Floyd, Georgia: 41
  • Myles Jack, UCLA: 48
  • Terrance Smith, Florida State: 76
  • Reggie Ragland, Alabama: 78
  • Antonio Morrison, Florida: 80
  • Jordan Jenkins, Georgia: 81
  • Paul Davis, Georgia Tech: 85
  • Kyler Fackrell, Utah State: 88

Honorable Mention

  • Brandon Chubb, Wake Forest
  • Christian French, Oregon
  • DJ Calhoun, Arizona State
  • Jared Norris, Utah
  • Joshua Perry, Ohio State
  • Kris Frost, Auburn
  • Pete Robertson, Texas Tech
  • Nick Kwiatkowski, West Virginia
  • Reggie Northrup, Florida State
  • Taylor Young, Baylor

Cornerbacks

  • Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida: 4
  • Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech: 8
  • Will Redmond, Mississippi State: 38
  • Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma: 42
  • Briean Boddy-Calhoun, Minnesota: 53
  • Will Likely, Maryland: 72
  • Adoree Jackson, USC: 77
  • Jonathan Jones, Auburn: 92
  • Ishmael Adams, UCLA: 94
  • Donte Deayon, Boise State: 99

Honorable Mention

  • Darryl Worley, West Virginia
  • Fabian Moreau, UCLA
  • Jordan Lucas, Penn State
  • Mackensie Alexander, Clemson
  • Maurice Canady, Virginia
  • Nick VanHoose, Northwestern
  • Taveze Calhoun, Mississippi State
  • Wayne Lyons, Michigan
  • William Jackson, Houston
  • Xavien Howard, Baylor

Safeties

  • Jalen Ramsey, Florida State: 19
  • Su’a Cravens, USC: 21
  • Karl Joseph, West Virginia: 34
  • Vonn Bell, Ohio State: 40
  • Quin Blanding, Virginia: 44
  • Michael Caputo, Wisconsin: 86
  • Tony Conner, Ole Miss: 95
  • Jalen Mills, LSU: 98

Honorable Mention

  • Dante Barnett, Kansas State
  • Darrian Thompson, Boise State
  • DeVon Edwards, Duke
  • Jamal Golden, Georgia Tech
  • Jeremy Cash, Duke
  • Jonathan Ford, Auburn
  • Kamari Cotton-Moya, Iowa State
  • Nate Gerry, Nebraska
  • Quincy Mauger, Georgia
  • Sean Davis, Maryland

Specialists

  • Roberto Aguayo, Florida State: 52

Honorable Mention

  • Andy Phillips, Utah
  • Austin MacGinnis, Kentucky
  • Austin Rehkow, Idaho
  • Brad Craddock, Maryland
  • Jaden Oberkrom, TCU
  • Jake Elliott, Memphis
  • JK Scott, Alabama
  • Justin Vogel, Miami
  • Ross Martin, Duke
  • Tom Hackett, Utah

Total Number of Teams Represented in The Top 100: 44

Number of Players Per Team

  • Ohio State: 9
  • Alabama: 6
  • Baylor: 6
  • Ole Miss: 6
  • Florida State: 4
  • Michigan State: 4
  • USC: 4
  • Georgia: 3
  • Georgia Tech: 3
  • LSU: 3
  • Mississippi State: 3
  • Oklahoma: 3
  • Arizona: 2
  • Auburn: 2
  • Boise State: 2
  • Clemson: 2
  • Florida: 2
  • Notre Dame: 2
  • Oregon: 2
  • Pittsburgh: 2
  • Stanford: 2
  • TCU: 2
  • UCLA: 2
  • Utah: 2
  • Virginia Tech: 2
  • Wisconsin: 2
  • Arizona State: 1
  • Arkansas: 1
  • BYU: 1
  • Colorado: 1
  • Colorado State: 1
  • Louisiana-Lafayette: 1
  • Maryland: 1
  • Minnesota: 1
  • Nebraska: 1
  • Oklahoma State: 1
  • Rutgers: 1
  • South Carolina: 1
  • Temple: 1
  • Tennessee: 1
  • Texas A&M: 1
  • Texas Tech: 1
  • Virginia: 1
  • West Virginia: 1
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