Dynasty league prospects to watch in December 28 bowl games

  • Fenway Bowl
  • Pinstripe Bowl
  • Pop-Tarts Bowl
  • Alamo Bowl

Nov 18, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Xavier Restrepo (7) is a future prospect at the WR position.
Nov 18, 2023; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Xavier Restrepo (7) is a future prospect at the WR position. / Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports
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Four more college bowl games take center stage on Thursday as we cruise toward the college football playoff. If you have been following our coverage of these bowl games, there is a good chance that you are already taking notes on some of these players for your competitive and deep dynasty league.

That's what we are here for and now, we want to put a few more prospects for next year's draft in front of you.

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Fenway Bowl

Jaylan Knighton, RB, SMU: Knighton could still decide to return to school, but if he enters the draft he should be a solid Day 3 pick. He probably won't ever be an every-down back in the pros but in this era, very few guys are. He leads the Mustangs in rushing this season with over 700 yards on the ground.

L.J. Johnson, Jr., RB, SMU: A similar back to Knighton and one who transferred to SMU, like Knighton, Johnson rushed for 544 yards this season but could also decide to return to school. This is one of the country's better one-two punch attacks at the running back position and both of these players will play in the NFL at some point.

Preston Stone, QB, SMU: Stone may want to stick around SMU a little longer as well but his first complete season as a starter for the school could not have gone much better as he passed for 3,197 yards and 28 touchdowns.

Ryan O'Keefe, WR, Boston College: A transfer from UCF, O'Keefe saw his numbers go down this year in a new offense but his body of work should still get him a shot at the next level, even if it is as an undrafted player.