NCAAF Offseason Update: Top 10 Players to Take the Field in 2021

Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
NCAAF Offseason Update Top 10 Players to Take the Field in 2021

College football got over after a challenging and most unforgettable season. Not to forget, the NFL is also done after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs. Most of the teams struggled with the pandemic in place and several players were affected by being unable to play. The online sportsbook for the NCAAF offseason might have paused, but betting is still taking place from the NHL, NBA, and the NCAAB games. It’s not too long for MLB to get back to its routine. Until then, there are a few offseason NCAAF updates that will keep you engaged.

A list of players is already mentioned to take the field for their upcoming season. Some of these might even get drafted for the NFL, depending on their overall performance. However, there is certain information about the Alabama Crimson Tide recruiting new players. Despite all that information, a list of the top 10 college football players from 2019 is all set to appear in 2021. These are players heading into the 2021 season from the class of 2019.

NCAAF Offseason: North Carolina’s QB Sam Howell & Oklahoma’s QB Spencer Rattler

Sam Howell was a name that appeared everywhere during the college football season and it continues to do so. Howell was noted for his impressive quarterback performance with North Carolina. He also takes the title of the best third-year player in the country. Howell has touched a total of 3586 yards with 30 touchdowns during his last season. It was just a short season and Howell already topped several other quarterbacks. Spencer Rattler was an equally strong quarterback as Howell and he is certainly going to be one of those big names in 2021. Rattler touched 3031 yards and an additional 160 rushing yards with 34 TDs in the Big 12 Conference play. He is also the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.

LSU’s Cornerback Derek Stingley Jr & Iowa State’s RB Breece Hall

The LSU Tigers had their fair share of struggle last season, but they managed to make it to the end with their talented players. Derek Stingley Jr. was one of those talented players to contribute his best for their Tigers. Stingley was noted for his 27 tackles in seven games and five break-up passes. The 19-year-old player is just starting the best of his career. Breece Hall is definitely one of those noticeable names last season for Iowa State. Hall was recognized for his performance as a freshman back in 2019. The talented player rushed for 897 yards with nine TDs in total. 2020 was an impressive season for Hall as he touched 1572 yards with 21 TDs.

Georgia’s WR George Pickens & Ohio State’s WR Garrett Wilson

Being a wide receiver is not an easy task, especially when the pressure of the game starts to build in. While some players struggle to cope, some are just amazing at what they do. George Pickens from Georgia was also recognized for his performance at freshman year. Pickens touched 727 yards and did well in the SEC Conference play. Garret Wilson was noted as one of the best wide receivers in college football. Wilson was known for his coordination with Chris Olave and the duo did cause damage to opponent teams.

Alabama’s LB Christian Harris & Oregon’s DL Kayvon Thibodeaux

Everyone knew Christian Harris for his stellar performance as a freshman. Harris had an incredible sophomore season as a linebacker after recording 79 tackles. It was the second-most recorded tackles as a Crimson Tide player. Moving onto Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon has been fortunate to have Thibodeaux on their team. He recorded 38 tackles with 9.5 tackles for loss and three sacks last season in the Pac-12 play. Thibodeaux has created a massive impact for his team by strengthening their defensive unit.

Texas A&M’s TE Jalen Wydermyer & RB Isaiah Spiller

If the Aggies were noted for two of their top players apart from their quarterback, it has to be their tight end and their running back. Isiah Spiller took the lead for his team from the running back spot in their 2020 football season. He recorded a total of 1036 yards with nine TDs in total. From the tight end position, Jalen Wydermyer was another impressive player that helped the Aggies in some of their tough situations. As a sophomore, he managed to touch 506 yards with six TDs in total.

Sports betting for college football might be paused for now, but the NCAA March Madness is just around the corner and there are several sports bettors continuing to place their bets on their favorite teams. Watch out for these 10 players that are bound to create an impact in the 2021 NCAAF season. This is not all since there is a list of other players that will make 2021 a better season. However, these are sure to be noted for their performance.