Dynasty Leagues: Draft prospects to watch in first set of Bowl games

  • Myrtle Beach Bowl
  • New Orleans Bowl
  • Cure Bowl
  • New Mexico Bowl
  • LA Bowl
  • Independence Bowl
Nov 25, 2022; Boise, Idaho, USA; Boise State Broncos running back George Holani (24) runs during the
Nov 25, 2022; Boise, Idaho, USA; Boise State Broncos running back George Holani (24) runs during the / Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports
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The college football bowl season kicks off on Saturday, a slate that includes a total of 43 games. Seven of those games will be played on Saturday.

For dynasty league players, watching college football and getting familiar with the players that will be coming into the league is a must. But we all know about Caleb Williams, Marvin Harrison, Jr. and Michael Penix. Good dynasty leagues require a deep dive.

That means that you need to be familiar with most, if not all, of the potential prospects. And for those who will say that late-round picks and undrafted free agents don't matter, I give you Brock Purdy, Puka Nacua and Austin Ekeler, just to name a few.

I just about guarantee that in most leagues, no one was looking at those players ahead of the draft in your league. So get the jump on the players that will be available in the upcoming draft class any way you can.

Throughout this bowl season, I am going to point out potential prospects for you to start keeping tabs on and put onto your draft board. Many of these will be late-round prospects or players who will go undrafted (the majority of those playing on Saturday are), but the most successful dynasty managers are those who are aware of players like this.

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Myrtle Beach Bowl

Sam Wiglusz, WR, Ohio: Wiglusz began his collegiate career at Ohio State before transferring to the much smaller, lesser-known Ohio school, but he has put together a solid career with the Bobcats.

He has caught 124 passes in the last two seasons for over 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns. He caught 11 touchdowns during a productive 2022 campaign. He is a bit undersized at 5-foot-11 but he could play the slot at the next level and has traits similar to those of Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow.