Ranking 150 Top Players & Best Performances Of The 2018-2019 Bowl Season

Ranking 150 Top Players & Best Performances Of The 2018-2019 Bowl Season

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Ranking 150 Top Players & Best Performances Of The 2018-2019 Bowl Season


What were the 150 best performance, and who were the top players, of the 2018-2019 bowl season? 


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There’s still one game to go – and this will be adjusted then. Part stats, part performances, part big plays at the big times, and mostly about who the stars were in each bowl game here are the top performers and best players – so far – of the 2018-2019 bowl season.

150. LB Zachery Harris, Sr. Tulane

Game-high tying eight tackles – all solo – 1.5 sacks and three tackles for loss – Tulane 41 Louisiana 24, AutoNation Cure Bowl
5 Thoughts on the AutoNation Cure Pinstripe Bowl

149. S Jaquan Johnson Sr. Miami

Game-high 13 tackles – Wisconsin 35, Miami 3, New Era Pinstripe Bowl
5 Thoughts on the New Era Pinstripe Bowl

148. LB Julian Huff, Sr. Minnesota

Game-high nine tackles, all solo, one sack, one fumble recovery – Minnesota 34, Georgia Tech 10, Quick Lane Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Quick Lane Bowl

147. WR Sidney Davis, Sr. Troy

Four catches for 62 yards and a score, and one run for 20 yards and a touchdown – Troy 42, Buffalo 32, Dollar General Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Dollar General Bowl

146. LB Antonio Jones-Davis, Jr. Northern Illinois

Game-high 11 tackles, one tackle for loss – UAB 37, Northern Illinois 13, Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Cheribundi Boca Raton Bowl

145. LB Greg Reaves, Jr. USF

Game-high 14 tackles, with a tackle for loss and a quarterback hurry – Marshall 38, USF 20, Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl

144. P Tucker Day, Soph. Mississippi State

Five kicks for 252 yards averaging 50.4 yards per punt, highlighted by a 70-yard bomb – Iowa 27, Mississippi State 22, Outback Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Outback Bowl

143. QB Eli Peters, Soph. Toledo

22-of-38 for 264 yards and three scores, and ran five times for a team-high 43 yards – FIU 35, Toledo 32, Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl

142. RB Keion Davis, Sr. Marshall

14 carries for game-high 94 yards and two scores, four kick returns for 77 yards – Marshall 38, USF 20, Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl

141. PK Cole Tracy, Sr. LSU

4-for-4 field goals – connecting from 24, 28, 28 and 26 yards out – and he hit all four extra points – LSU 40, UCF 32, PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Fiesta Bowl

140. SS Josh Thomas, Sr. Appalachian State

Eight tackles – all solo – one interception – Appalachian State 45, Middle Tennessee 13, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
5 Thoughts on the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

139. S Kolby Peel, Fr. Oklahoma State

A game-high nine tackles, eight solo, with a broken up pass – Oklahoma State 38, Missouri 33, AutoZone Liberty Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Liberty Bowl

138. P Blake Gillikin, Jr. Penn State

Five kicks for 256 yards, averaging 51.2 yards per kick including a 71-yard blast – Kentucky 27, Penn State 24, VRBO Citrus Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Citrus Bowl

137. LB Derrick Barnes, Soph. Purdue

Ten tackles, three tackles for loss – Auburn 63, Purdue 14, Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Music City Bowl

136. DE Kendall Coleman, Jr. Syracuse

Three tackles, all three for sacks with an extra quarterback hurry – Syracuse 34, West Virginia 18, Camping World Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Camping World Bowl

135. WR Andre Baccellia, Jr. Washington

12 catches for 109 yards – Ohio State 28, Washington 23, Rose Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Rose Bowl

134. QB Shai Werts, Soph. Georgia Southern

4-of-7, 33 yards, 16 carries for 79 yards and two scores – Georgia Southern 23, Eastern Michigan 21, Raycom Media Camellia Bowl

133. WR Johnathon Johnson, Jr. Missouri

Nine catches for 185 yards and a score – Oklahoma State 38, Missouri 33, AutoZone Liberty Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Liberty Bowl

132. QB Nick Fitzgerald, Sr. Mississippi State

14-of-32 for 152 yards and a score with two picks, and 20 carries for 103 yards and a touchdown
5 Thoughts on the Outback Bowl

131. LB Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Jr. Florida

Five tackles, two interceptions, taking one for a score – Florida 41, Michigan 14, Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

130. WR Tyler Johnson, Jr. Minnesota

Four catches for 57 yards and two scores – Minnesota 34, Georgia Tech 10, Quick Lane Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Quick Lane Bowl

129. QB Isaiah Green, RFr. Marshall

17-of-25 for 221 yards, and five carries for 36 yards and a score – Marshall 38, USF 20, Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl

128. LB David Woodward, Soph. Utah State

Game-high ten tackles with an interception – Utah State 52, North Texas 13, Gildan New Mexico Bowl
5 Thoughts on the New Mexico Bowl

127. LB Devin White, Jr. LSU

Eight tackles, all solo, with a broken up pass – LSU 40, UCF 32, PlayStation Fiesta Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Fiesta Bowl

126. CB Jomon Dotson, Sr. Nevada

Tied for a team-high seven tackles with two broken up passes and an interception – Nevada 16, Arkansas State 13 OT, NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl

125. QB Trace McSorley, Sr. Penn State

17-of-33, 246 yards and two scores with a pick, and 19 carries for a team-high 75 yards and a touchdown – Kentucky 27, Penn State 24, VRBO Citrus Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Citrus Bowl

124. RB Darrynton Evans, Soph. Appalachian State

14 carries for 108 yards, one kick return for 21 yards – Appalachian State 45, Middle Tennessee 13, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
5 Thoughts on the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl

123. QB Nathan Rourke, Jr. Ohio

10-of-22 passes for 206 yards, one touchdown, one pick, nine carries for 44 yards and two scores – Ohio 27, San Diego State 0, Frisco Bowl
5 Thoughts on the DXL Frisco Bowl

122. CB CJ Henderson, Soph. Florida

Eight tackles, a sack, two tackles for loss – Florida 41, Michigan 14, Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

121. RB Riley Burt, Jr. BYU

13 carries for 110 yards and a score – BYU 49, Western Michigan 18, Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
5 Thoughts on the Famous Idaho Bowl

NEXT: Top Bowl Players No. 91 to 120

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