It’s that time of year when I turn my focus to the college bowl games to gain insight. I will do my best to find some draft eligible players that could improve your dynasty teams. This article intends to start conversations and encourage continued thought throughout the entire draft process. These are my observations based on the bowl games, unless otherwise indicated. There will be much more in-depth, thought-provoking discussions later in the offseason. I am listing these players alphabetically.
RB-Jay Ajayi, Boise State- The young runner had an impressive first half rushing for over 100 yards and scoring three rushing touchdowns. On his first carry of the game, the back exploded past the line of scrimmage for a 56 yard touchdown run with no one within 15 yards of him at the end of the run. He has great quickness, gets small in the hole, and uses excellent vision. While watching the game, I heard an interesting stat that Ajayi had the most touches in the FBS this college season. The runner was comfortable running both inside and outside, but is built more like an outside slasher back. He reads his blocks well, uses stiff-arms and an occasional spin move, and keep his legs churning until the whistle sounds while falling forward.