Aside from what should be a seriously entertaining duel between the Sooners' high-powered offense and the Bulldogs' staunch defense, dozens of future NFL draftees will be on the field in Pasadena.
Check out the top 10 NFL Draft prospects to keep an eye on during this year's Rose Bowl playoff showdown, which you can watch New Year's Day on ESPN at 5:00 PM ET.
What more can be said about the 2017 Heisman Trophy winner that hasn't been written about before?
While Mayfield's off-the-field behavior is cause for concern, pro teams can't deny his ability to make big plays time and time again. Predicted by many as the first QB taken in next year's draft, Mayfield has thrown for 14,320 career yards and 129 touchdowns to just 29 interceptions – and that's with as many as two games potentially still to play.
Running backs don't come off the board in the first round of the draft all that often anymore, but the 2017 All-SEC First Team selection might be an exception in 2018.
Chubb is currently sitting on an astounding 4,599 yards rushing and 42 touchdowns on the ground. Just as impressive is his yards-per-attempt average that has never dipped below 5.0-per carry despite playing against some of the top defenses in the country on a week-to-week basis.
He's also already proven that he's more than capable of overcoming devastating injuries like the one he suffered in October of 2015 against Tennessee.