Dynasty league prospects for December 30 college bowl games including Orange Bowl

  • Music City Bowl
  • Arizona Bowl
  • Peach Bowl
  • Orange Bowl
Georgia tight end Brock Bowers would look very nice on your dynasty league roster.
Georgia tight end Brock Bowers would look very nice on your dynasty league roster. / Joshua L. Jones / USA TODAY NETWORK
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We are beginning to get down to the last handful of college football bowl games and several great future prospects have already shown their stuff in the games that have been played thus far. Hopefully, you have been able to add some good names to your potential dynasty league draft board.

Saturday brings four more games including two from the set of New Year's Six. These games will include players who will play in the NFL next year or the not-too-distant future meaning that you could get a jump on some of the other players in your dynasty league by assessing their potential fit on your roster.

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Music City Bowl

Jarquez Hunter, RB, Auburn: A Day 3 prospect in the NFL Draft, Hunter could be a good complementary back at the next level. He's a tough runner who also has a nose for the end zone, scoring seven rushing touchdowns in each of the last two seasons.

Payton Thorne, QB, Auburn: The Michigan State transfer threw 15 touchdowns in his first season with the Tigers but projects as an undrafted free agent into the NFL. He might have to take the long road of being a practice squad guy for awhile but if the 2023 season has shown us anything in the NFL, it's that a good backup QB can be quite valuable to fantasy players, particularly in deep or superflex leagues.

Rivaldo Fairweather, TE, Auburn: Tight ends are making a comeback in fantasy football and this is one that has solid potential across the long term. Fairweather came to Auburn from Florida International leads the team this season with 349 receiving yards and six TDs. He has good size at 6-foot-5 and is a name on would definitely include on a "deep sleepers" list.

Kaden Prather, WR, Maryland: A terrific, 6-foot-4 prospect that has come nowhere close to hitting his ceiling, this is the kind of player who could rise up draft boards with a big game here.

Roman Hemby, RB, Maryland: Hemby didn't put up the same kinds of numbers this season as he did his sophomore year, but he still led the Terps in rushing and he is an above-average asset in the passing game.

Jeshaun Jones, WR, Maryland: Jones has put together a solid career at Maryland and has 97 catches and eight TDs in the last two seasons. He has Day 3 potential in the draft.

Taulia Tagovailoa, QB, Maryland: Tua's little brother won't have the same kind of draft stock that the elder Tagovailoa did when he came out but he'll get a shot due to his name, if nothing else.