College football season is coming to an end. The good news is that it was head-to-head week and head-to-head week leading up to championship week, marking the beginning of the post-season period. CBSSports.com looks at future NFL prospects who will make the difference in this weekend’s games:
NOTE: The ranking is the latest word University Football Playoff Rankings.
Ohio State is 2nd in 5th place Michigan
Saturday, November 27 at 12 p.m. ET on Fox
Chris Olave and Garrett Wilson of Ohio State are the top prospects in their positions. Wilson had more opportunities to strike while Olave proved to be a reliable pass catcher who also ran great routes. They both of CBSSports.com’s top 20 leads Overall. Another Buckeye that garnered buzz from round one was Nicholas Petit-Frere’s offensive tackle. He is a great size and sometimes, checks all the boxes like a NFL start up. Unfortunately, those moments need to become more consistent.
Haskell Garrett defended, Jeremy Ruckert shot, Dawand Jones saved and winger Thayer Munford were among Buckeye’s other talented prospects.
Michigan Aidan Hutchinson Edge Trolley has established itself as one of the top trolley potential customers to qualify for 2022. NFL Drafts. He was there with Kayvon Thibodeaux of Oregon, George Karlaftis of Purdue and Drake Jackson of USC. A second Wolverine, David Ojabo, is trying to break that group up. Ojabo needs to link together more consistently in order to overcome the rush of movements and become a more reliable running defender. From a pure crossing point of view, Ojabo is definitely one of the best. His waist bend is higher than average around the corner. Michigan also boasts defender Daxton Hill, defender Josh Ross and safety Brad Hawkins, among others.
Forest of Awakening No. 18 at Boston College
Saturday, November 27 at 12 p.m. ET on ESPN2
Zach Tom attacking Wake Forest has emerged as one of my favorite lightly discussed prospects in class. He’s reminiscent of Christian Darrisaw a year ago with the feeling that he seems bored at times and his technique slips. Wide receiver Jaquarii Roberson is an explosive, slim-framed narrow-player who has played for full-back Sam Hartman all season. He was forced to step up after Donavon Greene was injured. In 51 touches, Roberson averaged 16.9 yards per catch over eight touches.
Phil Jurkovec of Boston University is a big playmaker who needs to make better decisions with football. His wide ball receiver, Zay Flowers, is a really fun player with the ball in hand. In the 2021 NFL Draft, there was a run on fast, snappy wide receivers on Day 2. Hoa will be in that group this year. Attack is a very talented team with Tyler Vrabel, Zion Johnson, Alec Lindstrom and Ben Petrula.
#3 Alabama in Auburn
Saturday, November 27 at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS (Stream on Paramount +)
Alabama wide recordist Jameson Williams climbed our rankings to become the #24 lead overall. He’s in his first season with the Crimson Tide since moving from Ohio State. Williams compared with LSU’s Justin Jefferson. He glides across the football field and is improving every week. He had the best chance of challenging Wilson as the first wide-recorder made in draft.
Here are the movie credits reels of the other top prospects in Nick Saban’s lineup: Jordan safe, Jahleel Billingsley tight finish, DJ Dale make a defence, defensive midfielder Justin Eboigbe, back attacking defender Emil Ekiyor, full-back Christian Harris, full-back Josh Jobe, save defensively Phidarian Mathis, John Metchie III received wide, Evan Neal saved in attack, blocked Brian Robinson and wide-fielder Henry To’ oTo’o.
Auburn’s NFL draft outlook is mostly about defense. Roger McCreary and Nehemiah Pritchett are one of the best full-backs in the SEC. The change in defense has benefited McCreary, who has elevated his play to the point where he is considered for the top senior full-back position in the Premier League. College football. Smoke Monday is a long safe that has shown improvement this year.
Penn State at No. 12 Michigan State
Saturday, November 27 at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC
A year ago, Penn State lost Micah Parsons and Odafe Oweh, among others. Head coach James Franklin kept the closet full of talent. The Jahan Dotson wide receiver is a small, explosive wide receiver, but don’t put him in a box just as a utility music player. He is capable of winning at all three levels of defence. The transfer of line-ups Arnold Ebiketie, Rasheed Walker, full-back Joey Porter Jr., full-back Tariq Castro-Fields and safety Jaquan Brisker are also very gifted players. Linebacker Brandon Smith is one of many advocates, but he has to better understand what he’s seeing before it happens and react quickly. Currently, he is relying too much on his sport.
Michigan State is backing Kenneth Walker III who took college football by storm. He is a strong runner who fights through contact. The Wake Forest transfer kept his team involved in the big games and was the main reason for the comeback win over rival Michigan. The Spartans also had a few talented catchers: catchers Jalen Nailor and Jayden Reed. Nailor is a bit higher in my personal rankings. He shows deep tracking, has good pace and has some nuance in his tackles and breakthroughs. Reed is a bit more of a utility player, but he leads the team in receptions and pitches.
Number 10 Oklahoma at Number 7 Oklahoma State
Saturday, November 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC
Oklahoma has a lot of talent on the front lines. Winger Isaiah Thomas has improved a lot this season with his ability to use his power and win with his hands. Line attacker Nik Bonitto and defensive stopper Perrion Winfrey are among the others on that talented front.
Oklahoma State fullback Spencer Sanders is a double-threat player. Aside from his midfield prospects, he’s also second on the team in terms of dashes. Safety Kolby Harvell-Peel might be the best prospect on their list. He leads the team with three interceptions.
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