WR Braxton Berrios, Miami
Berrios has been a tough cover this season as a receiver and returner. Last Saturday he ignited the Hurricanes over the rival Seminoles with 8 catches for 90yds and 2TD's. He added 38yds on two returns including a game breaking 30 yarder. He's quick and physical as a route runner, creating separation with subtle and not so subtle contact, and shown aggressive hands attacking the ball in the air.
WR Anthony Miller, Memphis
Miller was essentially used like a RB vs the Huskies, catching bubble after bubble and racking up yac yards for 15 catches and 224yds. Despite his 5'10 frame he was uncoverable in the red zone and caught 4TD's. While his production is inflated in the Tigers Raid offense, he's got cat quickness and tremendous ball skills that should translate to the next level.
RB Duke Catalon, Houston
Catalon's physical for his 5'11 205 frame and had a workman like showing vs SMU until exploding for chunk runs for TD's to pull away. He could've had an even bigger game if not for dropping a wide open TD pass and run. He's got an upright, linear style but he's got a rounded game, takes what's there, runs mad and has a 2nd gear in the open field.
RB Kerryon Johnson, Auburn
Johnson added 3 more TD's to his FBS lead and ran over, through and past Ole Miss defenders all game en route to 28 carries for 204yds. The Rebels tackling was atrocious at times but Johnson showed power, burst and elusiveness in tight spaces and in the open field. He's an upright runner but shows a complete game.