A junior offensive tackle and team captain for Notre Dame, has emerged as a standout player with remarkable physical traits and strong leadership qualities. Originally recruited as a tight end, Alt's transition to offensive tackle was swift, earning him a starting role as a freshman. With a towering 6'8" frame and exceptional abilities, Alt is not only a pivotal force in the Fighting Irish's offensive line but is also predicted to be a top-10 pick in the upcoming NFL draft.
Brock Bowers, Georgia
A football prodigy, boasting a remarkable track record as a two-time national champion, a one-time SEC champion, a John Mackey Award winner, and a 2022 Lombardi Award finalist. His collegiate career is punctuated by extraordinary achievements, including 2,584 total yards and an impressive 29 touchdowns in just 37 games, solidifying his position as one of the most productive collegiate tight ends ever. Bowers is an invaluable asset to the #1-ranked Georgia Bulldogs and is undoubtedly one of the most exceptional talents in the world of college football.
Jonah Elliss, Utah
The star defensive end for the University of Utah, is a prime candidate for the 2023 Lombardi Award. His remarkable 2023 season boasts 10.0 sacks and 14.0 tackles for loss, earning him Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week honors twice. With a family legacy at Utah, including his father, Luther Elliss, who is the team's defensive tackles coach, Jonah's exceptional performance and consistent excellence on the field make him a standout player in college football.
Laitu Latu, UCLA
The formidable UCLA defensive end, has transcended adversity to become a dominating force on the football field. After overcoming a career-threatening neck injury, Latu has elevated his game and is now a leading candidate for Defensive Player of the Year. His extraordinary combination of speed, athleticism, and technique makes him a top-10 NFL draft prospect, and he's on track to potentially lead the nation in sacks, securing his position as one of the highest-rated edge defenders in the nation with a remarkable 94.2% grade overall from PFF and 8.5 sacks this season.