free hit counter script
NCAAF

The most underrated player on each Top 25 team

The most underrated player on each Top 25 team

Each season, new stars emerge on the gridiron. It’s often the players who have been with the program for a while, waiting for a chance, who sneak into starring roles while no one is looking. Don’t sleep on these potential breakout players for each of the Top 25 teams.


All Damien Harris has done is rushed for 900 yards or more in each of the past two seasons, and yet he keeps getting overlooked. There’s the Jalen Hurts–Tua Tagovailoa debate, of course, but it’s also Harris’ understudy, Najee Harris, who has captured Bama fans’ attention. All Damien keeps doing is racking up yards. — Alex Scarborough


Largely overshadowed by Clemson’s defensive line and even fellow linebackers like Dorian O’Daniel last year, Joseph has been a steady presence for the Tigers. It might surprise some to know Joseph has collected 222 career tackles, including 18.5 for loss with 30 quarterback hurries. A third-team All-ACC selection in 2017, Joseph is set up for a strong finish to his college career. — Adam Rittenberg


Fuller will be the veteran leader of the Buckeyes’ secondary in 2018 after learning from talent-loaded defensive backfields the past two seasons. The New Jersey native will be a key piece to Ohio State’s defense even if most of the attention remains focused on the star-studded defensive line. — Dan Murphy


Of course we all understand that Roquan Smith and Lorenzo Carter are gone. We get it, Georgia’s defense will look different this season. But don’t forget a standout performer from last season: J.R. Reed. All the sophomore defensive back did was post 79 tackles, two interceptions and six QB hurries. — Scarborough

NCAAF Schedule and Live Stream Channel : NCAAF Replay Stream & Schedule

/* ]]> */