Ethan Miller/Getty Images
Toledo WR Eric Page, Junior
NFL Draft Grade: Round 5
Eric Page is the big playmaker on the Toledo Rockets offense.
Page is a quick, speedy receiver who leads the Rockets with 112 receptions this season, which ranks third in the FBS.
Page is also a very good kickoff and punt returner. He has a punt return touchdown this season, and his combined output from his duties ranks him sixth nationally in all-purpose yards gained.
Page’s abilities are a huge reason why the Rockets’ offense ranks eighth nationally, and for their offense to be as prolific as usual, they will need him to be a major contributor once again.
Air Force QB Tim Jefferson, Senior
NFL Draft Grade: Undrafted
While the Air Force Falcons run the ball much more often than they pass, senior quarterback Tim Jefferson is one of their most productive offensive players, who has had a very good career as their signal-caller.
When Jefferson has passed this year, he has been effective; he has completed more than 60 percent of his passes, has a 2:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio (12 to six) and has thrown for 1,478 yards.
Jefferson is also a major component of their rushing offense. He has run for 492 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.
In what should be the final major football game that Jefferson will ever play, the Falcons will be looking for him to make a big impact if they are to come away with a victory.
Toledo CB Desmond Marrow, Senior
NFL Draft Grade: Round 7 - Undrafted
This game will be all about offense, but the best defensive player taking the field for this game is Toledo cornerback Desmond Marrow.
Marrow is tied for fifth nationally with 17 passes defended. Marrow has great size for a cornerback at 6’2’’. He has very good ball skills, plays with physicality and is a solid tackler.
Marrow is not a major NFL prospect, but he will be looking to make a big impact and an impression on the scouts, in his final collegiate game.