With 10 weeks of college football now in the books, there’s a lot of players that have improved their draft stock but there’s also a few that have played poorly and seen their draft stock plummet as a result.
The following is an early look at the top draft eligible risers & fallers thus far in college football and what we can expect from them going forward.
ROY HELU JR. RB NEBRASKA: There’s no more productive college back as what he’s done with the carries he’s been given. No running back is gulping up more yards per carry at 7.3 and he already has four 100 yard games on the season. No game showed how destructive Helu could be than the contest against Missouri when he rushed for more than 300 yards on 28 carries. He’s a huge reason for