One prospect that has been picking up steam over the past few weeks on #DraftTwitter is Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes. He was stuck on a team that had a non existent defense and offensive line this year, yet still managed to have a ridiculous season which included this game
Since is freshman season, Juju Smith-Schuster has been considered one of the top players in this class. While he had a bit of a down season this year, he was still the leading receiver for a top ten USC team.
Alabama has a historically great defense that looks impenetrable. If Washington wants to shock the world and upset the Crimson Tide in the Peach Bowl on December 31st, they’ll need to make some big plays to stay in the game.
Ohio State vs. Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl on December 31st is one of the best games bowl season has to offer. Deshaun Watson, one of the best players in this game, has been sliding down draft boards for some reason.
Boise State has been the most consistent team in the country outside the Power-5 for much of the last decade plus, and has produced a fair number of NFL players over this time period. In particular, they’ve produced two quality starting running backs in Doug Martin and Jay Ajayi.
Leonard Fournette seems to have been labelled by many as “the Chosen One” at the running back position. He commonly gets called the next Adrian Peterson, and after a career of running over collegiate defenders, he’s decided to turn pro.
Outside of the college football playoff, there might not be a better bowl game than the Orange Bowl, which features Florida State and Michigan. The best player in the game will be Florida State running back Dalvin Cook, who will go up against a Michigan defense that many consider to
Colorado and Oklahoma State face off in the Alamo Bowl on December 29th, and it’s one of the more anticipated games of bowl season.
The Sun Bowl lost it’s biggest star when Christian McCaffery announced that he wouldn’t be playing in the game. Now, all eyes will be on quarterback Mitch Trubisky, who recently received a first round grade from the NFL draft advisory board and has been labeled by some as the top
If you haven’t heard of Christian McCaffrey then in all likelihood you don’t follow football very closely. The Stanford running back blew up last year and finished second in the Heisman voting, but has been bothered by nagging injuries this season.