2. WR Jalin Hyatt
If Jalin Hyatt only had one catch, and it was for a game-winning touchdown, he would forever be remembered as a legend m. Yet, he had six catches for the game, and five went for touchdowns. That’s almost Randy Moss-level territory.
Over 200 yards receiving and an average of 34.5 yards per catch? That’s NCAA14 type of production. Not to mention leading all receivers for both sides. Despite being six feet tall, Hyatt was the best playmaker on the field against Alabama.
Hyatt had five scores going into the game, and now he’s got double-digit touchdowns. This may be an anomaly, but this performance should certainly help him if Hyatt chooses to enter the upcoming NFL Draft.
His stock has raised from a UDFA to a sixth-seventh-round pick. This game alone should be a reason for him to be drafted.