Here's a look at the top 10 NFL Draft prospects to keep an eye on during the game. (*junior, **sophomore, ***freshman)
|1||Christian Kirk*||WR||Texas A&M|
|2||Armani Watts||FS||Texas A&M|
|3||Duke Ejiofor||DE||Wake Forest|
|4||Cam Serigne||TE||Wake Forest|
|5||Priest Willis||CB||Texas A&M|
|6||Ricky Seals-Jones*||TE||Texas A&M|
|7||Jessie Bates III**||FS||Wake Forest|
|8||Larry Pryor**||FS||Texas A&M|
|9||Colton Prater**||G||Texas A&M|
|10||Ryan Anderson**||C||Wake Forest|
Texas A&M prospects
While he hasn't decided yet if he will enter the NFL Draft following the Belk Bowl, the way Kirk has talked about not skipping the bowl game certainly makes it sound like he's headed for the NFL draft. And with good reason.
A year after the Aggies produced the No. 1 overall pick in defensive end Myles Garrett, Kirk could be the No. 1 wide receiver taken in the 2018 draft.
He's a do-it-all player — he can catch, return kicks and punts, and score whenever he touches the ball. He's scored at least nine touchdowns each of his three seasons at A&M, 30 total over the last three years.
Behind Kirk, A&M has a potential mid-round pick in free safety Armani Watts, and some late-round potential in cornerback Priest Willis. The Aggies also have some young talent trending for the future.
Wake Forest prospects
The Demon Deacons have a couple of players likely headed for the NFL in defensive end Duke Ejiofor and tight end Cam Serigne.
Ejiofor had 6.5 sacks this season to up his career total to 23.5, and his 14.5 tackles for loss this year brought his four-year total to 41. He has forced a handful of fumbles and batted a few passes, too.
Serigne was a red-zone threat for the Demon Deacons, with 8 touchdowns on 35 catches this year. He averaged 12.7 yards per catch and has 20 touchdowns in his career.
Wake Forest also has a few players trending in the future.