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I love college football.

I’ve been a huge fan of the game since I was little and the game’s become so important to my life and my career that it’s hard to imagine that I won’t be a fan of it someday.

So when I heard that there was a new draft class that would take place in September, I was intrigued.

I’m a big college fan, and my goal was to catch up on all the latest college football news.

It’s a long process, but I thought I would at least learn something from the people who have been around for a while.

Here are a few of the best picks I made: 1.

USC and UCLA have the highest potential for a top-five pick.

USC’s quarterback situation has been in flux this offseason, and the Trojans lost All-American quarterback Sam Darnold and all-conference wide receiver Mike Williams to the NFL.

This could be a rebuilding year for USC, but the Trobs are loaded with talent and could land a top overall pick.

UCLA has a solid backfield and could be the first team to take a quarterback off the board.

The Bruins are one of the toughest teams to play in the Pac-12, but they’re also one of college football’s toughest rivals.

UCLA is currently ranked No. 8 in ESPN’s Power Rankings and No. 6 in the AP Top 25.

2.

Florida State and Tennessee are the most intriguing options.

The Seminoles have the best recruiting class in college football this year, but FSU could also make a strong run at a top pick.

The Tigers have two top-10 players, both at receiver, and defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson could end up as the top prospect in this class.

If that happens, FSU is the perfect fit for a quarterback, with Teddy Bridgewater being the favorite to go No. 1 overall.

The FSU QB class is loaded with talented players and the Seminoles could be in a strong position to make a run at an NFL franchise.

3.

The Buckeyes and Texas A&M could be next.

While it might not be a shock if the Buckeyes or Aggies make the top five, they could land the next best option at quarterback in this draft.

Ohio State is loaded at quarterback, so adding an NFL-caliber signal caller would be a huge addition.

The Aggies have a number of quarterbacks on their roster, but if Ohio State goes to the top of the draft, there is a strong chance they could be left behind.

Ohio is ranked No .

5 in the country by 247Sports, but it could land at No. 3 overall and pick up another signal caller.

4.

The Bulldogs and Oregon are the next two most intriguing prospects.

Oregon is in need of help at the quarterback position, and Oregon could land either of the top quarterbacks in the draft.

The Ducks are ranked No 1 in the nation by Scout.com and could get a quarterback in the top three.

The defense in Eugene has some big pieces in the front seven, but Oregon could be one of those teams.

5.

Georgia and Ohio State are the only two teams that can go top-5.

Georgia is the only team with a top five prospect, and it could be looking to add another star in its class.

The Yellow Jackets have the most talented group of players in college basketball, and they have three players ranked in the Top 50.

Ohio will be in need at quarterback after missing the playoffs last season, and if Georgia takes a quarterback from the top 25, it would be the most significant move by the Bulldogs since the 1980s.

6.

Oklahoma and Ohio are the two teams who could land in the middle of the pack.

Oklahoma’s offensive line is one of this year’s biggest pieces, and OSU’s offensive coordinator will be trying to find a way to move the ball more effectively.

The Sooners have some of the most athletic players on the roster, so if Oklahoma takes a QB in the mid-20s, they might be able to find an NFL quarterback.

Ohio has a top prospect, but with a few key losses, the Buckeye offensive line could fall off a cliff.

7.

Notre Dame and Auburn could end the year ranked in first or second.

If Notre Dame makes a move to land a quarterback this year — or if Auburn makes a deal with one of these other teams — the Fighting Irish could be poised for a breakout year.

Notre Dames QB situation is an exciting one, and I would expect them to be among the best in the ACC this year.

Auburn has a good group of receivers, but could fall down a few spots in the rankings if QB Kevin Hogan leaves for the NFL in the offseason.

But Notre Dame has a big QB situation and could find a quarterback they love.

8.

Michigan State and Michigan could end with the same pick.

Michigan will have the No. 5 overall pick, and with the Tigers losing All-America quarterback Christian Hackenberg to the Patriots, the Spartans