WR Kadarius Toney, Florida

WR Kadarius Toney, Florida (6’0”, 193) Background: Was limited to four games as a freshman and touched the ball 29 times in total, then saw that total increase to 46 over twelve games as a sophomore. Missed six games due to injury as a junior, then broke out as a senior to the tune ofContinue reading “WR Kadarius Toney, Florida”

WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama* (5’10”, 182) Background: Was named freshman of the year after catching 45-848-7 (18.8). Followed that up with 33-560-6 (17.0), then posted 28-591-4 (21.1) after missing most of this past season with a broken ankle. Also scored three return touchdowns over the past three years, mostly as a punt returner. Positives: LinesContinue reading “WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama”

WR Ja’Marr Chase, Louisiana St.

WR Ja’Marr Chase, Lousiana St.* (6’0”, 208) Background: Worked into the offense as a freshman, catching 23-313-3 (13.6) over ten games, then exploded the following season, finishing with an incredible 84-1,780-20 (21.2). Decided to opt out of this past season in order to prepare for the draft. Positives: Highly productive player from a program whichContinue reading “WR Ja’Marr Chase, Louisiana St.”

WR Elijah Moore, Mississippi

WR Elijah Moore, Mississippi* (5’9”, 185) Background: Has been a significant part of the offense since his freshman season, in which he went 36-398-2 (11.1). Followed that up with a 67-850-6 (12.7) sophomore campaign, then put together an incredible junior line of 86-1,193-8 (13.9) in Lane Kiffin’s offense. Positives: Productive three-year contributor with a veryContinue reading “WR Elijah Moore, Mississippi”

WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama

WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama (6’1”, 175) Background: Caught eight passes as a true freshman, then saw his production escalate each season. Went 42-693-6 (16.5) as a sophomore, then 68-1,256-14 (18.5) as a junior before finishing his career with an unfathomable senior line of 117-1,856-23 (15.9) en route to the Heisman trophy. Positives: Long-limbed receiver withContinue reading “WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama”

TE Kyle Pitts, Florida

TE Kyle Pitts, Florida* (6’5”, 245) Background: Following a freshman season in which he caught three passes, stepped into a major role as a sophomore, catching 54-649-5 (12.0) before breaking out further as a junior, totaling 43-770-12 (17.9) in just eight games before entering the draft. Positives: Comes with two seasons of high-end, escalating production.Continue reading “TE Kyle Pitts, Florida”

QB Zach Wilson, Brigham Young

QB Zach Wilson, Brigham Young* (6’3”, 210) Background: Posted a line of 1,578 yards (65.9%, 8.7 YPA), 12 touchdowns, and three interceptions as a freshman over seven starts in nine games, then saw his effciency drop off the following year, finishing with 2,382 yards (62.4%, 7.5 YPA), 11 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. Started twelve gamesContinue reading “QB Zach Wilson, Brigham Young”

QB Trey Lance, North Dakota St.

QB Trey Lance, North Dakota St.** (6’3”, 221) Background: Redshirted in 2018, then started all sixteen games the following year, going 16-0 and became the first freshman to win the Walter Payton Award, given to the top player at the FCS level; completed 66.9% of his passes for 2,786 yards (9.7 YPA), with 28 touchdownsContinue reading “QB Trey Lance, North Dakota St.”

QB Mac Jones, Alabama

QB Mac Jones, Alabama* (6’3”, 214) Background: Originally committed to Kentucky, but decided to attend Alabama. Redshirted in 2017, served as a backup the following year, and then took over the starting role midway through the 2019 season after Tua Tagovailoa was lost for the season. Started a total of four games that year andContinue reading “QB Mac Jones, Alabama”

QB Justin Fields, Ohio St.

QB Justin Fields, Ohio St.* (6’3”, 228) Background: Five-star recruit who originally committed to Penn St. but ended up attending Georgia, where he backed up Jake Fromm in 2018, totaling nearly six hundred yards before transferring to Ohio St. Earned a waiver granting him immediate eligibility for Ohio St. after filing a lawsuit against theContinue reading “QB Justin Fields, Ohio St.”