Nesbitt, though not a prototypical option qb, was tremendous for GT because of his running prowess and toughness. He was less accurate than Tevin and terrible at pass reading defenses so he was surely not a prototypical pocket qb. The fact that he didn't have to throw it 30 times a game was a blessing for this kid.
Dwyer, was a protoypical Bback, CPJ has said so.
Thomas was as perfect a fit for the flexbone as you can find in a WR.
Those 3 players, as close to prototypical as you can get, comprised 75%+ of our offense and made up for most of the short comings of the patchwork OL. (Iowa and LSU showed us what happens when you don't have "prototypical OL" against great defenses.)
The Abacks played a smaller role in the offense than in 2011.
Not sure of your point unless it's great players are great players which I wholeheartedly agree.
Imagine how good our O would have been in '09 had we had a protypical OL.