4. Xavier Watts, junior
Now, Watts isn’t really on the radar of many NFL talent evaluators right now, but he opened some eyes with his performance against USC. The junior safety had eight tackles against the Trojans, which was a career-high, but the least impressive part of his stat line.
Watt finished that game with two interceptions of Caleb Williams, a forced fumble, and recovery. He was the best player on the field in a game littered with NFL talent and he could capitalize on that momentum by leaving for the league a year early.