Bigsby burst on the the scene in his freshman season last year, averaging 6 yards per carry and rushing for 834 yards. While those numbers might not initially be very eye-popping, he’s poised to have a huge sophomore year.
With new head coach BryanHarsin and offensive coordinator MikeBobo, expect those numbers to skyrocket as the focal point of Auburn’s offense.
Once Daniels finally got his shot to start for UGA last season (as he should have all along), UGA’s offense took off. In four games, Daniels played the best ball of his collegiate career, averaging more than 300 yards per game, throwing 10 TDs to only two INTs, and throwing for more than 10 yards per attempt.
Jones has some pretty big shoes to fill, as Kyle Trask had one of the best seasons any Gator QB has ever had. Throw in the fact that Florida also lost all world TE Kyle Pitts and top receiver Kadarius Toney to the draft doesn’t help matters either.
With that being said, Jones has a great opportunity to bring a new dimension to the offense with his legs, and we know how good of an offensive mind DanMullen is. Don’t be surprised if Jones is making some serious noise this fall.
It’s tough for a defensive player to win any league MVP, and especially hard for someone who’s not a pass rusher, but if there’s anyone with the talent to do it, it’s Stingley. He and Elias Ricks combine for the best corner duo in the country, but make no mistake, Stingley is the alpha here.
He’s a true generational talent. His combination of size, speed, ball skills and competitiveness are as good as we’ve seen since another former Tiger: Patrick Peterson.