Coming off two interceptions in the scary win over Tulane, Rattler made sure he got what he needed to stay in the Heisman race and the top prospect.
While Rattler managed to hit 300+ passing yards on the game, his 2 INTs did not help his case for being the top guy.
the FBS actually kicks off with a Week 0 slot of games that occur a week before the designated start of Week 1. While these games are not particularly interesting when dealing with the playoffs or competition among conference play, they are at least an appetizer for the start of 2021's football season.
James takes a look at the Big XII and not only the season that may occur this year, but also if they can even survive the Texas-Oklahoma departure in 2025
Watching the end of the 2020 season, it became apparent that Rattler was and is the most complete QB prospect going into the 2021 season. He excels at the mental game, is highly intelligent, and a dangerous weapon with his arm, legs, and mind.
Position: Quarterback - Strong Arm Pocket PasserCollege: North Dakota State (FCS)Position Rank: Age: 20 | Height: 6'4 | Weight: 225 lbsNFL Size Comparison: Tom Brady QB at a Glance: Solid player capable of sending a ball to the moon, but has glaring issues that hinder his otherwise great body of work PASSINgMEntalPhysicalEye Discipline - BMobility... Continue Reading →
Week 11 of the College Football season is somewhat of a lull over last week's lineup. With only a single ranked matchup on the season, most of the teams playing in the Top-25 have pretty lukewarm competition. Here is the rundown: Game of the Week: #19 SMU (7-1) @ Tulsa (3-1) Oct 5, 2019; Dallas,... Continue Reading →
#1) Justin Fields - Ohio State Previous Rank: NRTrend: - Big Ten football officially started this week, finally allowing us to see the skills of Justin Fields, the other QB in this year's draft besides Trevor Lawrence. He was almost perfect in his season debut, as he threw 20 for 21 and 274 yards. The... Continue Reading →
With the Big Ten conference officially returning to football, this week sees a huge spike in the number of QBs who are listed. As per my rules posted in Week 1, the Big Ten QBs who were ranked are returning to the rankings in the exact same spot they left in the preseason. Because of this, we see a some players drop and climb much higher or lower than what would normally occur.