Clutch play is something a player has or doesn't. You can't develop it or coach it; a player either has the knack for making a big play late in the game or he doesn't. It's not bad if the player doesn't have it—a lot of great players aren't clutch guys.
Yet, the ones that are are the ones who you want in the game in the fourth quarter with the ball. Coaches need to be able to trust players to feel comfortable putting them in football games late.
This following read will look at nine players that I think have a clutch gene and will be trusted in college late in games to be asked to make critical clutch plays.