Like Bennett, Max Duggan was also a finalist for this year’s Heisman Trophy and he will have TCU in the College Football Playoff but when it comes to his draft stock, he is viewed by most as a late-round pick.
Regardless of that, he has already announced his plans to enter the 2023 draft.
Duggan has played in 45 games for the Horned Frogs over the last four seasons but this past season was by far and away his best. While throwing for 30 touchdowns to just four interceptions, he completed 64.9 percent of his passes and amassed 3,321 yards through the air.
But like a couple of other guys on this list, Duggan is a true threat running the ball as well. He rushed for 404 yards this season and six touchdowns, totaling 25 touchdowns on the ground alone.
His power running style has drawn comparisons to former Broncos first-round pick Tim Tebow. Duggan also plays with a ton of heart. For proof of this, go back and watch his effort against Kansas State in the Big 12 championship game.
Duggan will get at least one more chance to show what he can do when TCU battles Michigan on New Year’s Eve. If they win that game, they will battle for the national championship.
He is a player that will need some time to develop at the professional level, perhaps even beginning his career as a third-stringer, but he can absolutely become a serviceable asset for a team.