Kentucky's chippy Jordan Howard clone Benny Snell Jr is continuing to punish opponents this year but the bite sized RB in Washington has been quietly churning it out for awhile now.
Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington
Bite sized Gaskin has been quietly churning it out for awhile now. I've never given him much thought as a next level starter but with the recent success of similar sized guys in the league this season, like Phillip Lindsay, Matt Breida, Austin Ekeler, Aaron Jones...Gaskin could project as an impact guy with his complete, physical game. It was on display week 4 vs Arizona St in which he impacted all three phases offensively.
Benny Snell Jr, RB, Kentucky
Chippy Jordan Howard is continuing to punish opponents and letting everyone know about it. He went off week 4 vs Miss St for 165yds on 25 carries and 4 TDs. He's a great prospect and looks only limited by his overall speed.
Travis Fulgham, WR, Old Dominion
The Monarchs came through with a major upset vs ranked Virginia Tech week 4 and Fulgham repeatedly made clutch catch after clutch catch. He outrebounded VT DBs for 9 catches and 188yds with a TD. With size, functional speed and good hands, Fulgham is one to watch in pre draft evals.
Brandon Jones, S, Texas
Jones is flashing in a talented Longhorn secondary this season. Possessing a prototype skillset, Jones is anticipating and making plays. If he continues to play at this level he could declare and be a coveted prospect in April.