College Football News Preview 2020: Top Navy Midshipmen Players
Best Navy Midshipmen Offensive Player
OT Billy Honaker, Sr.
On a line with three starters gone and some reworking needing to be done, having a solid veteran in the 6-3, 282-pound Honaker is a good rock to start with. The All-American Athletic Conference performer isn’t all that tall, but he’s quick, and he’s a hammer on the outside on the move.
2. FB Jamale Carothers, Jr.
3. QB Perry Olsen, Soph.
4. FB Nelson Smith, Sr.
5. RB CJ Williams, Sr.
Best Navy Midshipmen Defensive Player
LB Diego Fagot, Jr.
Someone had to step up and shine at linebacker last season, and Fagot turned into a terror with a team-high 100 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, and even a pick six in the win over Tulane. At 6-3 and 240 pounds he’s a big inside presence with sideline-to-sideline range. Most Navy players would have a hard time starting for most FBS teams – Fagot might end up starting in the NFL.
2. S Kevin Brennan, Jr.
3. S Evan Fochtman, Sr.
4. DE J’arius Warren, Jr.
5. CB Cameron Kinley, Sr.