With college football kick off right around the corner, and after all the transfer portals have been cleared, college football teams are learning there depth charts and who will be there next big stars. There will be several new comers entering the 2019 college football season, here is a look at the freshman who could have the biggest impact for there teams.


10. Zacch Pickens, DE, South Carolina

May not see the playing time right away with South Carolina returning their full two deep depth chart at his position, Being reguarded as the No. 8 overall prospect entering the 2019 season, and the ability to play on the edge as a rusher or in the interior as a run stopper, Zacch Pickens is tp talented to keep off the field for long, expect Pickens to claim a huge role before the season is finished.


9. Bo Nix, QB, Auburn

Not yet slated as the starter after spring practices, but as the No. 33 overall prospect and a high five-star recruit, Bo Nix will put himself in position to lead the Auburn Tigers into the 2019 season.


8. Jayden Daniels, QB, Arizona State

Another freshman QB expected to win the starting job, this one left open by the departure of Manny Wilkins. Expect big numbers to be put up from the new Arizon State QB playing in Herm Edwards offense, Althogh Arizona State signed three QB prospects and all three competed in spring football it looks like its Jayden Daniels to loose.


7. John Emery Jr, RB, LSU

Ranked as the No. 2 running back and a consensus five-star recruit, Emery will push for playing time right away with the loss to LSU's lead back Nick Brossette. Expect John Emery Jr to have a great freshman season.


6. Owen Pappoe, OLB, Auburn

With The losses of starting linebackers at Auburn, they look to fill a void in their weakest position group, at 6'0 - 210 lbs, Owen Pappoe, the nations No. 1 outside linebacker recruit, and the No. 25 overall all recruit, this five-star talent should become a starter imediately and have impressive numbers on a defense with the talent the have at the defensive line positions.


5. K.J. Henry, DE, Clemson

Another highly ranked recruit who will get favorable playing time with the loss of Clemson's DE position going into the 2019 season, at 6'5 -235 K.J. Henry is gifted with length and athleticism, Joining a team with one of the best defensive cordinators and plenty of room for playing time Henry should be on the Freshman All-American watch list.


4. Derek Stingley Jr, CB, LSU

Ranked the No. 1 defensive back, at 6'1 195 pound Derek Stingley Jr has the sive speed and athleticism to compete at the next level, LSU has made their claim of becoming Defensive Back University, By adding Stingley they will keep that streak alive. Look for Stingley to become an instant playmaker on defense and possibly returning kicks for the LSU Tigers.


3. Bru McCoy, WR, USC

With the final move that has Bru McCoy headed back home to the USC Trojans after verbally comiting to the Texas Longhorns, we move him up our list as we believe he will have a larger impact at USC. At 6'2 205 lbs, McCoy a five-star talent and the nations No. 9 overall recruit looks to become USC's top play maker for J.T. Daniels.


2. Nolan Smith, DE, Georgia

Nolan Smith comes to georgia and into a mix of outstanding players on Georgia;s sideline, But as 247's No. 1 ranked recruit he just might be to good to keep off the feild. At 6'3 235 pounds, running a 4.55 40-yard dash, comparisons to Von Miler and Khalil Mack, Nolan Smith looks like he could be a force in the 2019 college football season.


1. Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE, Oregon

Opportunity and elite playmaking abilities is why ESPN and Rivals No. 1 recruit is our No. 1 freshman that holds the most impact in the 2019 college football season. With the loss of Jalen Jelks to the NFL, Kayvon Thibodeaux can step into Oregon's DE position from game one, The highest recruit ever at the University of Oregon, and a top 25 recruit of all-time, puts Thibodeaux in postion to be a force thru the 2019 college football season.


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