Dynasty league prospects to scout for December 29 bowl games, including first New Year's Six contest

  • Gator Bowl
  • Sun Bowl
  • Liberty Bowl
  • Cotton Bowl

Nov. 25, 2023; Ann Arbor, Mi., USA;
Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. (18)
Nov. 25, 2023; Ann Arbor, Mi., USA; Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. (18) / Barbara J. Perenic/Columbus Dispatch /
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9-3. Sun Bowl. 8-4. . 443. CBS. Friday, Dec. 29. 516.

Sun Bowl

Oregon State wide receiver Anthony Gould has opted out of this game after declaring for the NFL Draft. He is projected to be a late-round pick and finished his college career with 84 catches for 1,360 yards and six touchdowns.

There are many Notre Dame players who have opted out of this game including potential first-round pick Joe Alt, an offensive lineman. Running back Audric Estime and QB Sam Hartman are names to know for dynasty players, and both have also opted out.

461. Liberty Bowl. 9-3. 451. . 7-5. ESPN/ESPN+. Friday, Dec. 29.

Liberty Bowl

Blake Watson, RB, Memphis: Watson is a late-round prospect, mostly because of his size at 5-foot-9 and less than 200 pounds. But he is a very quick running back with a nose for the end zone who can really make plays catching the ball. He has 17 total touchdowns for the Tigers this season.

Seth Henigan, QB, Memphis: Henigan could easily decide to return to school for his senior season but he is definitely a name for players in long-term leagues to take note of. In three seasons at Memphis, he has thrown for over 3,000 yards and at least 22 touchdowns in each. Henigan has good size at 6-foot-3 and his consistency as a passer is clear.

Jaylin Noel, WR, Iowa State: Another player who may return to school for another year to improve his overall stock, Noel could be a solid weapon out of the slot at the next level. He has posted back-to-back 60-catch seasons with the Cyclones.