Bruce Feldman Freaks List 2023 – Check College Football Freaks Rankings

College Football Freaks List 2023 with name of top players, state name, position, check rankings for Bruce Feldman freaks by well-known sports journalist and author

Bruce Feldman Freaks List

Bruce Feldman Freaks List 2023 with name of freak, state name, position, check rankings for college football freaks. Bruce Feldman is a well-known sports journalist and author who has primarily covered college football and other sports-related topics throughout his career. He has worked for various media outlets, including ESPN and Sports Illustrated.

Feldman has written several books, often focusing on college football and the behind-the-scenes aspects of the sport. He is known for his in-depth reporting, analysis and insights into the world of college athletics.

Bruce Feldman work has made him a respected figure in sports journalism, particularly within the college football community. For the current year, college football freaks list has names of 101 persons who excelled in this sport with a true freshman at No. 1.

Bruce Feldman Freaks List 2023

Name of Freak State Name Position
Nyckoles Harbor South Carolina Wide receiver
Marvin Harrison Jr. Ohio State Wide receiver
Kingsley Suamataia BYU Offensive lineman
Jordan Burch Oregon Defensive lineman
Francis Mauigoa Miami Offensive tackle
Kris Jenkins Michigan Defensive tackle
Chris Braswell Alabama Outside linebacker
Thor Griffith Harvard Defensive tackle
Chop Robinson Penn State Defensive end
Rylie Mills Notre Dame Defensive lineman
Trevin Wallace Kentucky Linebacker
Amorion Walker Michigan Cornerback
Devon Jackson Oregon Linebacker
Cooper DeJean Iowa Defensive back
Jordan van den Berg Penn State Defensive lineman
Dontay Corleone Cincinnati Nose tackle
Maason Smith LSU Defensive lineman
Byron Murphy II Texas Defensive tackle
Keli Lawson Virginia Tech Linebacker
Sonny Styles Ohio State Safety
Carson Steele UCLA Running back
Kolbey Taylor Wyoming Cornerback
Olumuyiwa Fashanu Penn State Offensive tackle
Julius Welschof Charlotte Defensive end
Je’Quan Burton Florida Atlantic Wide receiver
Jared Verse FSU Edge rusher
Payton Wilson NC State Linebacker
Johnny Wilson FSU Wide receiver
Tyler Owens Texas Tech Defensive back
Jacob Dobbs Holy Cross Linebacker
Nicholas Singleton Penn State Running back
Cam Hart Notre Dame Cornerback
Malik Nabers LSU Wide receiver
Braelon Allen Wisconsin Running back
Myles Cole Texas Tech Edge rusher
Bub Means Pitt Wide receiver
Chip Trayanum Ohio State Running back
Zane Durant Penn State Defensive lineman
Armand Membou Missouri Offensive lineman
Davin Vann NC State Defensive end
Branson Robinson Georgia Running back
Monaray Baldwin Baylor Wide receiver
Abdul Carter Penn State Linebacker
Javon Solomon Troy Edge rusher
Gabe Hall Baylor Defensive end
Quinyon Mitchell Toledo Cornerback
Ryan Flournoy Southeast Missouri State Wide receiver
Wesley Steiner Auburn Linebacker
Brock Bowers Georgia Tight end
Alex Orji Michigan Quarterback
Brandon Dorlus Oregon Defensive line
Logan Jones Iowa Center
Brenden Rice USC Wide receiver
Jordan Houston NC State Running back
Tyler Davis Clemson Defensive tackle
Savion Williams TCU Wide receiver
Rome Odunze Washington Wide receiver
Elijah Chatman SMU Defensive tackle
Malik Mustapha Wake Forest Defensive back
Trebor Pena Syracuse Wide receiver/kick returner/punt returner
Brandon Coleman TCU Offensive tackle
Kyle Hergel Boston College Offensive lineman
Jaylon Hutchings Texas Tech Defensive tackle
Squirrel White Tennessee Wide receiver
Kenyatta Watson II Georgia Tech Cornerback
Sione Vaki Utah Safety
Jalen White Georgia Southern Running back
David Bailey Stanford Outside linebacker
Gabe Jacas Illinois Edge
Tommy Mellott Montana State Quarterback
Kendall Bohler Florida A&M Cornerback
Javan Morgan Florida A&M Cornerback
Roman Wilson Michigan Wide receiver
Ty French Gardner-Webb Defensive end
Sundiata “Sunny” Anderson Grambling Defensive end
David Walker Central Arkansas Defensive end
Shad Banks Jr. TCU Linebacker
Jowon Briggs Cincinnati Defensive end
J.Michael Sturdivant UCLA Wide receiver
Justin Blazek Wisconsin-Platteville Defensive end
Malachi Corley Western Kentucky Wide receiver
Javontae Jean-Baptiste Notre Dame Defensive lineman
Isaac TeSlaa Arkansas Wide receiver
PJ Jules Southern Illinois Defensive back
A.J. Woods Pitt Cornerback
Chase Bisontis Texas A&M Offensive lineman
Jacob Monk Duke Center
Taylen Green Boise State Quarterback
Tejhaun Palmer UAB Wide receiver
Robert Horsey Southern Utah Nose guard
Gerry Bohanon USF Quarterback
Landon Robinson Navy Nose guard
Deshawn Pace Cincinnati Star
De’Corian “JT” Clark UTSA Wide receiver
Deion Burks Purdue Wide receiver
Nash Jones Texas State Offensive tackle
Chidozie Nwankwo Houston Defensive lineman
Chris Walker Montana Offensive tackle
Jaylin Lucas Indiana Running back/kick returner
Trevor Williams Sam Houston Linebacker
Tyrik “Neck” Mitchell Southeastern Louisiana Nose guard

About College Football Freaks List

Bruce Feldman is writing about the biggest freaks in college football for almost 20 years. He never imagined back then that this is what he would be best known for in his career, but it’s the thing he get asked about most. It’s a pet project that has grown and grown and grown, starting when he was at ESPN and moving from CBS to Fox Sports to Sports Illustrated and here to The Athletic.

The original idea was to spotlight the players whose athleticism blew the minds of folks inside their own college football programs. At first, there were just 10 Freaks. Now, this has turned into something so much bigger, as he has expanded it to try to cover all of college football beyond FBS, with submissions from schools, coaches, teammates, parents, NFL scouts and agents.

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