Toledo Rockets College Football Preview 2021: Top Players
Best Toledo Rockets Offensive Player
WR Isaiah Winstead, Jr.
Which receiver on the loaded Toledo corps is the best of the bunch? Bryce Michell is one of the MAC’s most dangers deep threats, but it’s Winstead who’ll likely be the star of the show again. The 6-3, 210-pounder caught 25 passes for 429 yards and three scores, hitting both Ball State and Northern Illinois for over 100 yards.
2. C Bryce Harris, Sr.
3. RB Bryant Koback, Jr.
4. WR Bryce Mitchell, Sr.
5. OT Nick Rosi, Soph.
Best Toledo Rockets Defensive Player
LB Dyontae Johnson, Jr.
He’s one of several Toledo defensive players who’ll be on the All-MAC teams. However, he’s going to be the leader of the pack.
The 6-2, 230-pound junior went from being a nice part of the linebacker rotation to one of the MAC’s best all-around defenders. He led the Rockets with 47 tackles with a sack and 4.5 tackles for loss, getting all over the field in a steady campaign.
2. DT Desjuan Johnson, Jr.
3. S Tycen Anderson, Sr.
4. S Nate Bauer, Soph.
5. DE Jamal Hines, Jr.
Top Incoming Toledo Rockets Transfer
WR Matt Landers, Jr.
Toledo doesn’t have a whole lot of needs, and it’s got so much depth that it’s hard for anyone to crack this lineup, but the 6-5, 200-pound Landers might be able to do it. The Georgia transfer caught 12 passes for 132 yards and a score in his two years of work, but with his size he’s a matchup problem.