QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson

QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson* (6’6”, 220) Background: Three-year starter who burst on the scene as a freshman, passing for 3,280 yards (65.2%, 8.3 YPA), 30 touchdowns, and four interceptions, sharing quarterback duties with Kelly Bryant for four games before taking over as the full-time starter and leading his team to an undefeated season, culminating inContinue reading “QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson”

OC Landon Dickerson, Alabama

OC Landon Dickerson, Alabama (6’6”, 325) Background: Originally attended Florida State, where he started the first seven games of the year at right guard before sustaining a season-ending knee injury. Saw his sophomore season at left guard end due to an ankle injury just four games in, then medically redshirted after sustaining a season-ending ankleContinue reading “OC Landon Dickerson, Alabama”

OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma St.

OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma St. (6’5”, 310) Background: Redshirted, then started three of twelve games played the following year, one at right tackle and two at right guard. Became the team’s full-time starter at right tackle the following year, starting ten games there and three at the left tackle position. Reprised his starting role inContinue reading “OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma St.”

RB Travis Etienne Jr., Clemson

RB Travis Etienne Jr., Clemson (5’10”, 205) Background: Has been an important part of Clemson’s team since his freshman season, a year in which he carried the ball 107 times for 766 yards (7.2) and 13 touchdowns. Put together two excellent seasons after that, finishing his sophomore year with a line of 204-1,658-24 (8.1) andContinue reading “RB Travis Etienne Jr., Clemson”

RB Najee Harris, Alabama

RB Najee Harris, Alabama (6’2”, 230) Background: Touched the ball 67 times as a freshman (61 on the ground), totaling 415 yards and three touchdowns. Saw his role expand the following year, finishing with a line of 117-783-4 (6.7) rushing and adding four receptions. Became the team’s priamry ballcarrier as a junior, breaking out toContinue reading “RB Najee Harris, Alabama”

WR Terrace Marshall Jr., Louisiana St.

WR Terrace Marshall Jr., Louisiana St.* (6’3”, 200) Background: Five-star recruit despite missing most of his senior season of high school with an ankle injury. Caught twelve passes as a freshman, then enjoyed a strong sophomore season line of 46-671-13 (14.6) despite playing behind Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase. Posted 48-731-10 (15.2) this season beforeContinue reading “WR Terrace Marshall Jr., Louisiana St.”

WR Rondale Moore, Purdue

WR Rondale Moore, Purdue** (5’7”, 180) Background: Burst onto the scene with a monster freshman season, posting 114-1,258-12 (11.0); also ran the ball 21-213-2. However, was limited to a total of just seven games over the two subsequent seasons, finishing with a combined 64-657-2 over those campaigns before declaring for the draft. Positives: Considered aContinue reading “WR Rondale Moore, Purdue”

WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota

WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota* (6’0”, 190) Background: Has been a major contributor for all three seasons. Caught 51-704-6 (13.8) as a freshman, then broke out the following year to the tune of 60-1,219-11 (20.3). Followed that up with 36-472-2 (13.1) as a junior over five games before opting out of the remainder of the seasonContinue reading “WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota”

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”