We have identified the best football player in 2018.
It might not be the best player on your team, or the best on your college football team.
But you should have seen it, right?
We had a chance to talk to the coaches of some of the best players in college football, and it turns out they have their own opinions on which players they would like to see on your favorite teams.
So take a look at the coaches, and decide for yourself what you like better:The top five players of 2018:No. 1: WR, Christian McCaffrey, Stanford (No. 8)The best WR in the 2018 class?
He finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting in 2016, and he has been on the rise in 2018 as a senior.
McCaffey is already the best WR on the Stanford team, and his size and speed makes him a great fit on both sides of the ball.
He is one of the top players in the country and should continue to progress.
No. 2: QB, Josh Rosen, UCLA (No 3)Another top five quarterback in 2018, Rosen is one hell of a talent.
He has been an All-Pac-12 pick and is coming off a very strong season, which will lead to a breakout in 2019.
Rosen has an elite arm, and is extremely athletic, so he is a great player to keep an eye on.
No 3: RB, Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State (No 4)The top running back in 2018 was Ohio State’s Ezekiel Elliott.
He rushed for over 2,000 yards as a true freshman, and that number has risen each year since then.
He can carry the ball 100 times for a couple TDs, and the fact that he is 6’5″ (237cm) means he is capable of carrying the ball 200 times for two touchdowns in a game.
If you are looking for a big back to carry the offense, he is the guy to look at.
No 4: OT, Khalif Barnes, USC (No 5)Barnes is a very versatile player, and a very good one at that.
He was a top 10 pick in the 2017 draft, and was one of a handful of centers to have a big season in 2017.
Barnes is an extremely versatile player who can play either tackle or guard, and could play either right tackle or left tackle in the NFL.
Barnes has the best combination of size, strength, and speed of any tackle in college basketball right now.
He also has the most NFL experience, having played three years in the league.
No one has more NFL experience than Barnes.
Barns has a very similar skill set to DeForest Buckner, another USC lineman.
No matter which tackle you prefer, Barnes will make you pay for your mistakes.
No. 5: OT/C, Dontari Poe, Oklahoma (No 6)Poe is a tough prospect, but a very talented one at the same time.
He’s a solid all-around athlete who is not only a very physical player, but has a great pass protection.
Poe is a good blocker for the Sooners, who could be one of their best defensive units in a long time.
Poe has the size and quickness to be an All NFL tackle.
He might be a little undersized for the position, but Poe has a lot of potential.
No player in college sports has the combination of strength, size, and athleticism of Poe.
Poes size might make him a little too tall, but that is not a concern.
He will play right tackle in most NFL situations, and will be able to cover a lot more ground than some tackles are used to.
He may not have the NFL physicality to play at guard, but he will still be able play in the tackle spot.
Pey is a versatile player and one of my favorite players in 2018 because of his athleticism.
He could be a great run blocker, or a pass protector.
He should be able fill all three roles, and we should see a lot out of Poe in 2019 because of the combination that he has.
No 6: QB/OT, Jalen Hurts, Alabama (No 7)Hurts is a former first-round pick who is a top-10 quarterback in the class of 2018.
He won the Heisman in 2016 and was a very efficient college passer, completing 60.2% of his passes for 3,541 yards, 23 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions.
Hurts had a career-high four interceptions last season, but was able to put up numbers of 4,903 yards and 29 touchdowns in the SEC, which were career highs.
His numbers improved dramatically in the ACC and Pac-12, where he threw for over 3,000, but it will be interesting to see if he can stay healthy in 2019 and 2020.
No quarterback in college sport is a better bet to have multiple successful seasons than Hurts.Hurts