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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Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona: Cowing is one of the top wide receiver prospects in the 2024 draft class due to the way he has exploded in Arizona after transferring from UTEP. He has over 4,300 career receiving yards and 31 touchdowns. He looks like he can be a force at the next level as his ceiling still seems far off.

As far as wide receivers go, keep an eye for the future on Arizona's Tetairoa McMillan as he could be one of the best wide receivers in the entire country before too long.

Michael Wiley, RB, Arizona: Wiley's numbers aren't as robust this season as he has dealt with some injury setbacks but his body of work as a college player should still land him as an undrafted player, at worst. He can be a power runner who is also adept at catching the ball out of the backfield.

Drake Stoops, WR, Oklahoma: If that name sounds familiar, it should, as Stoops is the son of former Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops. That name will probably get him a look at the next level alone, but he had a terrific season for the team, by far his best, catching 78 touchdowns and scoring 10 touchdowns.

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Jalil Farooq, WR, Oklahoma: Farooq may have to take the undrafted route in the NFL but he is worth a look as a depth guy on the back end of a roster or practice squad. He has 82 receptions for 1,172 yards and seven touchdowns as a Sooners player.

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