Last week was perhaps too top heavy. This week may be better suited for the NFL-tuned college football viewer. You've got two major matchups with a handful of solid draft looks mixed in.
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If you're looking for wide receivers here, #3 Ohio State WR Michael Thomas is up against the Illinois secondary today. Tevin had an early look at him earlier this week. Pittsburgh WR Tyler Boyd will take on an always underrated Duke team. Perhaps the most interesting matchup, though, is undersized South Carolina WR Pharoh Cooper going into that Florida secondary including top 2016 NFL Draft prospect Florida CB Vernon Hargreaves III. You get the added bonus of Florida WR Demarcus Robinson here too.
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Tight enders will certainly gravitate towards arguably the top prospect in Michigan's Jake Butt, though he likely won't face much opposition in Indiana. If you're already at Bama-Bulldogs, Alabama TE O.J. Howard is NFL-ready. If you're grabbing the Notre Dame game though, you've got a rare Wake Forest talent in TE Cam Serigne. He's still young as a RS soph, but he's emerging as a legit weapon for the Deacs.
7:30pm-Sleep ET Block
The headliner here is #12 Oklahoma at #6 Baylor (8:00pm ET, ABC). It's the first of three tests for Baylor who has #12 8-1 OU today, #8 9-0 Oklahoma St. in a week and #15 8-1 TCU in two weeks. If they can run that gauntlet, the Bears are almost assured to lock up a playoff spot. Of course those other three are hoping to win out themselves and have the right dominoes fall their way.
Rams WR hopefuls will be sure to get looks in at Baylor WR Corey Coleman and OU WR Sterling Shepard. I'm not sure how keen the Rams are to add another sub-6' WR to the roster, but those are two quality candidates. Certainly other NFL teams without a Tavon Austin-type on the roster will be looking at Coleman as an early option in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The best scouting for the Rams, though, may come in eyeing Arkansas TE Hunter Henry going into that LSU defense. Wanna go deep on tight ends? #7 Stanford redshirt sophomore TE Austin Hooper. I'd be surprised if he makes the jump, but he's eligible and looking like a hell of a talent out of a pipeline in Palo Alto that currently has five TEs in the NFL. (honorable mention for fellow Stanford TE Eric Cotton here)
Let's hear from you. What are the big prospects you're falling for now that we're into mid-November? What other positions besides wide receiver and tight end are drawing your attention?