Four more bowl games litter the college bowl game schedule on Wednesday and those games will contain some exciting prospects that could be entering the NFL next season, available for dynasty league managers to track and get onto their own rosters.
The action starts at 2:00 pm ET. Here are the players to be keeping tabs on in these games.
Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane: Tulane has been a tough team for some time now and Pratt has been a huge part of that. If you watched last season's Cotton Bowl where Tulane upset USC, you may have already noticed him.
He has thrown for over 9,600 yards with 90 touchdowns in his career with the Green Wave. If you like to find capable quarterbacks that you can stash on a deep roster and then plug into your lineup at some point, Pratt fits that bill.
Jha'Quan Jackson, WR, Tulane: A wide receiver who has the kind of traits that could lead to him being a late-round draft pick, Jackson has helped Pratt find success at the school.
Da'Quan Felton, WR, Virginia Tech: Felton has only been with the Hokies for one season after coming from Norfolk State in the FCS, but his 6-foot-5 frame is going to get him, at minimum, a look as an undrafted player in the NFL.
Duke's Mayo Bowl
Drake Maye is the most notable player on either of these two teams but he will not participate in this game after declaring for the NFL draft, where he is projected to be a top-five pick. The North Carolina QB is likely already on the radar of many within the dynasty community and you will hear a lot more about him before your rookie draft next season.
In addition to Maye, North Carolina wide receiver Tez Walker, a likely Day 2 selection in April, will not play in this game as he too is headed to the NFL.
Bryson Nesbit, TE, North Carolina: Nesbit is a good-looking prospect and his 6-foot-6 size makes him a terrific candidate to be a solid tight end in the NFL. He caught 41 passes for over 500 yards and five touchdowns this season.
Kole Taylor, TE, West Virginia: Taylor began his college career at LSU before transferring to West Virginia. He caught 33 passes and found the end zone four times this season. At 6-foot-7, he is another player, like Nesbit, who should get a look, though he's not quite as athletic.