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Top Ten Most Exciting Players To Use In 2024 EA Sports College Football

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Who are the top ten most exciting players to use in the upcoming 2024 EA Sports College Football game? Check out the list here! (Via EA Sports)

Top Ten Most Exciting Players To Use In 2024 EA Sports College Football

Dynasty mode is back when the initial upcoming 2024 EA Sports College Football drops. We’re getting the cake and eating it too this time. Real player image and likeness will be included in the game. With that in mind, let’s have a quick chat about the ten most exciting players in the game we’ll get to use.

Of course, we’re still a year and a half away from the first iteration of the game dropping. That means we’re working with a bit of a projection here. A lot of things can change in one year of college football. We’ll do our best to get these projections right.

10: Zachariah Branch (USC)

I would imagine that the USC offense will be very fun to use. Forget about Lincoln Riley. Just imagine the offensive weapons that will be on the roster by that point. Zachariah Branch is one of them and an incoming five star wide receiver. We’ll get our first taste of him this year with the expected number one overall pick Caleb Williams. The year after, he’ll have a different high level quarterback throwing him the ball.

9: Quinshon Judkins (Ole Miss)

Did anybody see Quinshon Judkins last year? The Ole Miss running back set the world on fire as a true freshman rushing for 1,557 yards and 16 touchdowns. We talked about it a lot last year despite it being an NFL Draft post. Two years from now? Judkins hopefully turns into an unstoppable monster.

8: Jeremiah Smith (Ohio State)

It doesn’t feel like Ohio State misses when recruiting wide receivers. Well, Jeremiah Smith is the number two overall player in the class for 2024 behind Dylan Raiola (who just signed with Georgia). I’m quite sure gamers will have fun with Smith regardless of who the QB is by that point.

7: Nico Iamaleava (Tennessee)

The incoming quarterback class for college football is expected to be electric. Iamaleava is a bit of a mixed bag but has talent. Josh Heupal will make sure he pans out. With how electric the Vols are becoming under Heupal, using Iamaleava as the chess piece of it sounds entertaining from a dynasty perspective.

6: Nyckoles Harbor (South Carolina)

College football fans might want to learn the name Nyckoles Harbor before it’s too late. Harbor is the 15th overall player coming into the sport from the recruiting ranks and is just a freak athlete. 6-foot-5, 225, with a track background. We have no idea if he’s a wide receiver, tight end, or edge rusher right now. Either way, it likely will be fun to use this monster.

5: Travis Hunter (Colorado)

Building up Colorado with a hypothetical Deion Sanders on the sidelines sounds really fun. How about the part of getting to use Travis Hunter? You might have to pull some stamina cheese in the settings but Hunter has the ability to player cornerback, wide receiver, and special teams all at a really high level. That’s the kind of guy that becomes a cheat code in the video game.

4: Harold Perkins (LSU)

Even the casuals should be informed about Harold Perkins at this point. 7.5 sacks as a true freshman, what do you think will happen two years from now? Perkins will be one of the first names off the board in the 2025 NFL Draft.

3: Arch Manning / Maalik Murphy (Texas)

The Texas QB room is stupid good. You have the next Manning and a four star Maalik Murphy who is more of a duel threat guy. In a dynasty mode where maybe you can shelter a guy, it’s going to be really hard to screw up a Texas rebuild.

2: Malachi Nelson (USC)

The next stud that’s going to play under Lincoln Riley is Malachi Nelson. You won’t see him til next year but he’s in the Caleb Williams mold. USC is firing and all you will need to do is recruit defense better to build an unstoppable team.

1: Nicholas Singleton (Penn State)

This is the dude. Former five star that rushed for 6.8 yards per carry as a true freshman. That’s on 156 carries and looks like the better version of Saquon Barkley. Big back at 6-foot, 219 with speed. Drew Allar is also the quarterback here. I’m not sure anything is going to be more fun that rushing for a billion yards. If you don’t win the Heisman with Singleton… you probably suck at this game.

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