It’s nearly the end of summer, which for millions of students across the country means heading back to class. With the arrival of fresh faces comes another chance for NCAA Division 1 colleges and universities to seek out and train some of the top athletes in the world in hopes of winning a national championship. NCAA football teams often show future professional players, and there is a lot of talk about which schools are heading to a Bowl and which ones will be crushed under the pressure. So what are some of the big college football predictions for the 2015 season?
The University of Texas at Austin’s Longhorns are coming off a tough year, but things are looking up. No-nonsense head coach Charlie Strong is hitting his stride, and the team is catching on to his ways. Speaking of new coaches, Bo Pelini at Youngstown State should improve his record after an embarrassing first season. While the Penguins may not go all the way in 2015, they will certainly make moves.
Players Making Moves
In terms of players to watch, there are many NCAA football predictions to pay attention to, especially when it comes to incoming freshman. Tony Brown, rated as the No. 9 player overall, is heading to play cornerback for the Alabama Crimson Tide. His performance alongside safety Landon Collins could make Alabama’s pass defense top notch. Another 5-star defensive back prospect is Jalen Tabor, who decided at the last minute to leave Arizona to play for the Florida Gators. He could easily partner with junior Vernon Hargreaves III to create a solid foundation for the Gators defense.
The end of summer always brings about a ton of college football predictions, and it’s hard to know exactly which will come to fruition. But by the looks of things, it’s going to be another exciting year for NCAA football fans around the country and the world.
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