It is never too early to look to the future. With this in mind, we are at Sports Illustrated Set our eyes on who will be next and who you should consider for the 2023 NFL Draft, with five players each week who have excelled in college football.
Chase Brown, RB, Illinois
You probably already know Brown. He is the college football major in yards (496) and yards per game (165.3). He’s a smart 5’11” and 205 pounds. We might not necessarily be in the working ponytail era anymore, but Brown did rock 36 times against Indiana. Once he sticks his foot in the ground, he’s gone.
Mohamed Ibrahim, right back, Minnesota
Ibrahim, essentially, missed the entirety of last season due to a torn achilles. He’s a solid comeback, and it’s safe to say he’s back to what he once was as a ball carrier in the Golden Gophers.
The 6’7″ transfer from Arizona State had his standout game against Louisville on Friday night. Even after quarterback Jordan Travis came off injured, Wilson back-up gave Tate Rodemaker a massive goal. He showed every inch of what his chassis could do when he managed to snatch the go-ahead. Late victory is close.
Pac-12 player of the week has been relocated from Nevada, and new Wazzu coach Jake Dickert’s crew is getting the best of him. Henley Obtained the highest degree of Focus on professional football From any defender of Washington State in the last five years. He is definitely on the radar of those at Senior Bowl, he brings the sport and has appeared in multiple positions during his career. For a modern game where placement diversity is key, Henley is a name to watch.
Isaiah Fosky, Edge, Notre Dame
Foskey has just tied for the most midfield pressures against a Power 5 opponent for any player in the past five seasons, According to Sports Info Solutionsincluding this key sack as he fights through a block to pull the quarterback with one hand boasting one of his best traits, his freakishly wide wingspan (right side of the defensive line).
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