Starters Michael Floyd, Darius Fleming, Harrison Smith, Robert Blanton, Gary Gray, Trevor Robinson, Taylor Dever and Ethan Johnson have all used up their eligibility for the Irish and will want to go out with a bang in their farewell game.
One can be assured that each player will look to end their college football careers with a win, but they all want to send one final message out to NFL scouts, too.
There is a possibility that a few of these players won't get drafted, but each one has a solid chance to make it to an NFL camp as a free agent.
Smith, Blanton and Gray have the chance to impress scouts by going up against Florida State's 34th ranked passing offense, and Florida State quarterback E.J. Manuel will try to take advantage of Notre Dame's defense that has played well statistically against the pass but failed to cause many turnovers.
Fleming and Johnson can show off their pass rushing skills by chasing down the mobile Manuel. Manuel is averaging a dismal 1.9 yards per carry this season, his worst rushing average in his time the Seminoles, but he has already scored four rushing touchdowns this year.
On the offensive side of the ball Floyd, Robinson and Dever have less to prove.
Even if Floyd goes without a catch against the 18th passing and sixth overall defense in the FBS, he is a sure first-rounder.
Robinson and Dever will face a Florida State defensive front that is ranked ninth in sacks and fifth in tackles for loss. After giving up five sacks against Stanford, the Notre Dame offensive line didn't fall far and is ranked 18th in sacks allowed and tied for 21st in tackles for loss allowed.
While a good performance against an excellent defense would help their draft stock, Dever and Robinson will find their way into an NFL camp regardless.