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In this article, we will be giving you the Top 12 Safeties in the college game. This is certainly open to interpretation as there are tons of very good players that could have been listed. Good luck to successful betting.
- Lukas Denis, Sr. Boston College – He is a ball hawk and will be coveted in the next NFL Draft. He had 83 tackles and pick seven passes while breaking up ten passes. Denis had a spectacular game against Clemson as he had 13 stops.
- Jaquan Johnson, Sr. Miami – He decided to wait another year before turning to the Pro ranks. His value for the Hurricanes is huge as he made 96 tackles and forced three fumbles. He may be the best defensive playmaker in the college ranks.
- Mike Edwards, Sr. Kentucky – His big frame plays at 200 pounds and he is 6 foot tall as he made 96 tackles and grabbed four interceptions. He was a monster in the SEC games and will be a big NFL prospect.
- Adarius Pickett, Sr. UCLA – His 85 stops were good for second on the Bruins squad. New coach Chip Kelly will love his quickness and open field hitting.
- Andrew Wingard, Sr. Wyoming – He led the nation is takeaways last season and has 367 career tackles. Also, he made 114 stops last year for the Cowboys. Along with that he grabbed five interceptions, forced two fumbles, and had eight sacks for a loss. Will get a first-round call in the NFL draft.
- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, Jr. Florida – He made 12 stops last year when playing against LSU. Last year he had six tackles for a loss and was second on the team with 58 tackles. He is a fast fella.
- Marvell Tell III, Sr. USC – He had some spectacular games last season with 12 tackles against Cal and ten facing Oregon State. He picked off three passes last year had had 85 tackles.
- Kyle Gibson, Sr. UCF – He picked off four passes and settled with 64 stops on the year. Along with that, he came up big in the Conference Championship and the bowl game over Auburn.
- Jah’Shawn Johnson, Sr. Texas Tech – He finished the 2017 season with 97 tackles and broke up five passes. In the game against Arizona State, he had 12 stops and add ten stops against TCU. Attacking the run is his forte.
- Amani Hooker, Jr. Iowa – He registered 56 tackles, two picks, and will thrive in the Big Ten at 201 lbs. Don’t be surprised to see his stock riser near the top of his position before the end of the 2018 season.
- Taylor Rapp, Jr. Washington – He was a First Team All-Pac 12 recipient is an astute tackler that end with 59 stops. He is listed at 6 ft and 207-pounds with great skills in the open field for a tackle.
- JoJo McIntosh, Sr. Washington – In his illustrious career, he has amasses 155 stops but can move and tackle with the best due to his athleticism at 6’1” and 211-pounds. He will make a great NFL secondary player.