New Orleans Bowl
Perry Carter, WR, Jacksonville State: Another wide receiver to watch on Saturday is Carter, who will be having a homecoming of sorts after beginning his college career at Louisiana-Monroe.
He is the best downfield option in the passing game for the Gamecocks and his speed and ability to separate stands out, at least at this level. He is likely an undrafted free agent this spring but he could definitely latch on with a team and become a player to stash in your dynasty league.
Gage Lavardain, WR, Miami (OH): Lavardain was a two-sport star in high school, also playing basketball at a high level. He was a quarterback and wide receiver for the football team, which led to him attending Southeastern Louisiana.
This is his first season with the Redhawks and he has caught 38 passes for 643 yards and six touchdowns. Like Wiglusz and Carter, he is under six-feet tall but he could have some appeal as a developmental slot receiver in the NFL, most likely through the undrafted route.
Nate Noel, RB, Appalachian State: The Mountaineers' leading rusher, Noel has played at the school for four years and amassed over 3,000 yards on the ground. In recent years, undrafted running backs have made some noise in fantasy football and no one can forget the route that Ekeler took to get to where he is.
Always keep an eye on players like this.