Bryce Hall, Virginia Cavaliers
Bryce Hall‘s final season in Charlottesville may turn out to be his finest. Not only is his team winning (there are some rumblings that the Cavaliers may challenge the mighty Tigers in the ACC. Their best corner is Bryce Hall.
His first three seasons and the first four games of the 2019 season have led to a resume featuring 93 tackles, four sacks, 38 passes defended, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and five interceptions. He’ll wind up on an NFL roster come next April.
Kristian Fulton, LSU Tigers
The LSU Tigers have been a key feature in the SEC Discussion for quite some time. Now, they have an amazing offensive unit to go along with all of that defensive talent. Make no mistake though. If the ‘Bayou Bengals’ are going to challenge the Tide for the top spot in the SEC West, they’ll have to slow down that juggernaut better known as the Alabama offense.
The Tigers are featured in a lot of big games, and Kristian Fulton is going to have a ton of opportunities to make his name one that’s very recognizable in 2019.