Tony Moore, running back: Moore missed this season with a mysterious "leg injury". Hopefully, he's back in the fall. Moore led Army with five touchdowns as a freshman in 2006, adding 399 rushing yards. He could be the Black Knights' hardest runner.
Colin Mooney, fullback: He has some huge pads to fill, replacing Mike Viti. But Mooney, a sophomore, has earned the reputation as another tough son of a gun. Knock em' dead, Colin.
Jordan Trimble, defensive back: Hey, he's a Trimble. So, of course, he can play the game. Trimble saw plenty of time as a freshman and more than held his own. He and Josh Mitchell are expected to play defensive back for Army this season.
Victor Ugenyi, defensive end: To be honest, we expected more out Ugenyi as a sophomore last season. But he still has two more years to play and we're betting they will be good ones. Army's d-line has more talent, too. Players to watch include juniors Ted Bentler and Mike Gann.
Mike Weich, right guard: At 6-3, 280, Weich is highly touted and could be the starter this fall. The o-line will be key for Army this fall as they lose three starters.
Extra points: Jamestown (Va.) High School offensive lineman Mike Netherland has verbally committed to Army and is expected to attend U.S.M.A. Prep this fall.
Netherland was named to the Bay Rivers District and Region I all-star teams and was honorable mention all-state by the Virginia High School Coaches Association and Virginia Preps.com. "Coach (Stan) Brock wants most of the incoming recruits to go to the prep school. It's sort of like a redshirt year," Netherland told the Daily Press (Va.).