In one of the biggest surprises of the 2022 draft, Olu Fashanu’s decision to return is massive for both Penn State and for NFL teams wanting the best-left tackle in college football. At just 20 years old, the 6-foot-6 310 lineman was likely a top 10 pick in this year’s draft, and will likely be a top 5 pick in 2024.
Olu Fashanu and Penn State will run through a ton of teams and are a sneaky college football playoff threat.
The 2023 NFL Draft was full of some fantastic tight ends, but nothing compares to Georgia’s Brock Bowers. The two-time defending national champion has easily been the best tight end in college football the past two years.
Averaging 60 receptions, 900 yards, and 24 total touchdowns over the past two years. Bowers is an elite receiving threat like Travis Kelce and blocks like Rob Gronkowski. A tight end has never been the top pick, but Bowers should be an immediate star in the league.
Will Anderson Jr.’s partner in crime at Alabama in 2022, Dallas Turner is another Nick Saban defensive monster.
Likely a first-round pick in 2023, Verse chose to return to Florida State for a CFP run and a potential top-10 draft selection.
Did I say Alabama produces defensive stars? The top defensive back in 2023 is Alabama’s Kool-Aid McKinstry. McKinstry had a whopping 15 passes defended for the Sugar Bowl champs.