Cody Schrader, RB, Missouri: With 1,489 yards rushing, Schrader ranked No. 5 in the entire country in rushing yards this season. He has a stalky build at 5-foot-9 and 214 pounds but in two seasons with the Tigers, he has rushed for over 2,200 yards and should be a Day 3 pick in April.
Brady Cook, QB, Missouri: Having spent the past four seasons at Missouri, Cook has been the team's starting QB for the past two. He will get one more chance to shine for the team and that could lead him to being a late-round pick in the draft but he will be on a roster as an undrafted free agent if not.
Theo Wease, WR, Missouri: After transferring from Oklahoma, Wease caught 45 passes this season and found the end zone six times. His 6-foot-2 frame will draw looks at the next level and he will get his shot.
Harrison Mevis, K, Missouri: If you league uses kickers, you know how much of a weapon they can be and Mevis is one of the best out there. He has a huge leg and he has made 83.5 percent of his career kicks.
Marvin Harrison, Jr., WR, Ohio State: It remains unclear if Harrison will play in this game, but he is the top wide receiver in the nation and could be the No. 1 overall pick in dynasty rookie drafts. You likely know all you need to know about him, including the fact that his dad is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but if you can somehow get your hands on him in your dynasty league, do it at all costs.
Emeka Egbuka, WR, Ohio State: Harrison isn't the only Buckeyes wide receiver with a lot of draft stock as Egbuka could also be selected in the first round, following in the footsteps of Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson and Jaxon Smith-Njigba in recent years.
TreVeyon Henderson, RB, Ohio State: This could be the top name at RB in your dynasty rookie draft. The Buckeyes are loaded on offense. He rushed for over 1,200 yards in 2021 and though his yardage totals didn't surpass 1,000 yards in 2022 or 2023, he did score 11 touchdowns out of the backfield this season.
He should be selected on Day 2 of the upcoming draft.
Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State: A solid TE prospect, Stover has caught 77 passes and scored 10 TDs in the last two seasons. If you can get young, productive options at the tight end position in a dynasty league, they could be worth quite a bit to your future. This is one of my favorite names to watch for in that regard.
Miyan Williams, RB, Ohio State: Williams has opted out of the Cotton Bowl but after scoring 14 touchdowns in 2022, he is a player that will get a chance in the NFL and should be a late-round pick. Gte an edge over your opponents now by putting him on your draft board as a darkhorse candidate.