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Devy Stock Watch Week 11

CHAPEL HILL, NC - AUGUST 27: North Carolina Tar Heels quarterback Drake Maye (10) gets forced out of bounds after attempting to leap for a touchdown during the college football game between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Florida A&M Rattlers on August, 27, 2022, at Kenan Memorial Stadium in Chapel Hill, NC. (Photo by Nicholas Faulkner/Icon Sportswire)

Week 11 had a couple of Pac-12 teams fall in upsets, and TCU continued its unbeaten season. USC is not the favorite in the PAC 12, and TCU has locked up its birth in the Big 12 championship game. Let’s see who impressed and who disappointed in the Devy Stock watch for Week 11.

Stock Up

Quinshon Judkins– RB, Ole Miss

Many were excited for Zach Evans to be the feature back at Ole Miss, but it has been freshman Quinshon Judkins who has been the feature back. Judkins was on the stock up section after Week 5, but he continues to impress. He has 590 yards and 7 touchdowns in the last four games. He has 8 out of 10 games over 90 yards for the season. He has been the most impressive freshman running back and stands above the highly touted Nic Singleton.

AttemptsRush YardsRush TDsYards Per CarryReceptionsRec YdsRec TDs

Drake Maye– QB, North Carolina

There are split opinions about Drake Maye. Some put him near the top of devy quarterbacks, and others give credit but want to see him against better defenses. Maye must will the Tar Heels to victory because of their poor defense. He has 33 touchdowns to 3 interceptions in his first year of starting and has over 300 yards in six of ten games. It will be fun to watch Maye and Caleb Williams battle it out for the top QB in the 2024 NFL Draft.

CompletionsAttemptsPass YardsPass TDsINTRush YardsRush TDs

Eric Gray– RB, Oklahoma

Eric Gray was on the stock-up segment in Week 3 but then had a couple of midseason quiet games as Oklahoma struggled. But in the last four games, he has run for over 600 yards and 7 touchdowns, even though Oklahoma has not come out victorious. This is what most thought Gray would do last year but better late than never. Gray is showing he can take a heavy workload with over 16 carries per game and 20 or more in the last three games.

AttemptsRush YardsRush TDsYards Per CarryReceptionsRec YdsRec TDs

Players To Keep Eye On

Tory Horton– WR, Colorado State

Tory Horton had a good year at Nevada with Carson Strong in 2021, but with the coaching staff leaving, he decided to transfer to Colorado State. The Rams have not been good this year, but Horton has been a bright spot. He has 962 yards and 6 touchdowns so far on the year. Horton also has exploded for 17 catches for 366 yards and a touchdown in his last two games.

TargetsReceptionsRec YardsRec TDsRush YdsRush TDs


Tyler Hudson– WR, Louisville

Tyler Hudson was a very intriguing player who transferred from Central Arkansas to Louisville this year. Hudson did not have a big start, as in four of his first five games, he had under 70 receiving yards. He has come on strong the last five games as he has three games over 100 yards, including an impressive performance against Clemson. He could be an under-the-radar player in the 2023 NFL Draft.

TargetsReceptionsRec YardsRec TDsRush YdsRush TDs

Stock Down

Dorian Thompson-Robinson – QB, UCLA

This is by far the best year of Dorian Thompson-Robinson’s career, but I think his rise up NFL boards may be capped. In five of his first six games, he completed over 70% of his passes and had 15 touchdowns to only 2 interceptions. The last four games, including two losses, are under 70% and only had 5 touchdowns to 2 interceptions. He has raised his stock, but it was looking like he could possibly sneak in as a Day 2 prospect, but it is looking like Round 4 may be his ceiling.

CompletionsAttemptsPass YardsPass TDsINTRush YardsRush TDs

Will Levis– QB, Kentucky

This is the second time Will Levis shows up on the stock-down portion. Levis had a poor game against Tennessee. Vanderbilt had not won a conference game in four years and ranked 122nd against the pass. I know the NFL looks at traits, but the struggles this year raise big red flags.

CompletionsAttemptsPass YardsPass TDsINTRush YardsRush TDs

Thanks for checking out my Devy Stock Watch for Week 11 of the college football season. Continue to check back every week as we will continue to watch the stock trends of devy players moving throughout the year. You can follow me on Twitter for all my devy content.

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