Notable Third Week College Football Outlook: Ben 10 – NFL Sports

The third week of college football is approaching. As the stars continue to take hold, there’s plenty of time for the new name to emerge as a legitimate NFL outlook. Here are some notable names this weekend.

  • Jayden Reed, WR, Michigan State University vs. Miami (12:00 pm ET at ABC): Jayden Reed has emerged as a serious and serious threat to Spartans, averaging over 27 yards to start the season. Miami’s defense will be his toughest test to date, and Reed will need a big game to show that he can still compete in the top competition.
  • Tiawan Mullen, CB, Indiana vs Cincinnati (12:00 pm ET on ESPN): Hoosiers are off to a slow start despite high expectations, and the capsize of the ship relies heavily on Tiawan Mullen. The Senior Defender is the leader of the Indiana Secondary, and if he wants to play against a dangerous Cincinnati team, the team needs his instincts, playmaking, and his physique.
  • George Karlafits, Edge, Purduev. NotreDame (2:30 pm ET at NBC): George Carlafit is one of the most talented defenders in the country, and this time he will challenge the high-ranked Notre Dame team. Ireland’s attack lines are tough in most cases, so George Karlafits has a good resume builder if it looks good.
  • Max Borghi, RB, WSU vs. USC (3:30 pm ET at Fox): Max Borgi may be the best way to catch a running back in the country. Certainly the best of the qualified drafts. He has been a major criminal force in Washington State for the last few years and will see many contacts with the USC in the backfield and as a recipient.
  • Jordan Battle, S, Alabama vs. Florida (3:30 pm ET on CBS): There are many names that could be chosen in this match. Both Alabama and Florida are packed with NFL talent. But I want to see how Jordan Battle reacts to the unique challenge of a Florida attack. Not only is the unit explosive, but it is unpredictable with two very good and very different quarterbacks snapping at any time. The fight needs to lead the secondary and not be fooled by the many looks Florida gives them.
  • Jordan Davis, DL, Georgia vs South Carolina (7 pm ET on ESPN): Jordan Davis is one of the most promising candidates in the country. The large defensive tackle is a 3 downline man who can destroy run games and push pockets in pass games. South Carolina isn’t a pushover, it has weapons everywhere in the attack, and Davis needs to show off to protect Georgia from the turmoil.
  • Tariq Castro-Fields, CB, Penn State v.Auburn (7:30 PM ET on ABC): Tariq Castro-Fields will be one of the many stars on the field in this marquee matchup. The long and witty cornerback has all the elements of an NFL defender, matching a four-quarter SEC speed. This is a big challenge for the Castropills and his reaction will make a difference in the game.
  • Tyrick James, TE, Tulanev. OleMiss (8 pm ET on ESPN2): Today, Tulane is like a wildcard. They were 1-1, but their defeat was close to Oklahoma. Tyrick James is a key player in the Green Wave Offense. He has a long speed and a strong hand with a mismatch of 6 feet 2 inches and 245 pounds. He should have seen the ball quite a bit against Olemis and he was able to swing the game in his play.
  • Jayden Daniels, QB, ASU vs BYU (10:15 pm ET on ESPN): Jayden Daniels has the opportunity to interrupt the conversation about the country’s top draft qualified quarterbacks. He is a dynamic passerby with excellent athletic performance and years of impressive tape. Junior passers-by will be doing a big test this Saturday against BYU’s stingy defenses.
  • Zack Charbone, RB, UCLA vs. Fresno (Pac-12 Network at 10:45 pm ET): Zach Charbonnet has emerged as one of the top running backs in the country this year. He did a great performance a few weeks ago to help UCLA confuse the LSU, and now he continues to carry luggage for the Bruins attack. Fresno State University has a solid line of defense to test UCLA’s running games, but expects Charbone to have another show against the bulldog.

– NFL Sports

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