Here you'll find all 26 of our write-ups for the Top 25 MAC Players List countdown! (Yes, there's 26 write-ups. Trust us, it makes sense.)
Be sure to get all caught up on the action as the countdown progresses.
Air Canada is ready to take the MAC by storm once more.
AJD has led one of the NCAA’s best defenses over the past few seasons and looks to do the same in 2019.
A longtime weapon in Western Michigan’s offense, the Maxwell Award candidate aims to string together consecutive 1,000 yard seasons.
Pugh is one of stars of the MAC’s best defensive unit
The 6’6", 315 pound tackle remains the lead blocker on campus after leading Buffalo to a record season.
Costin leads the way for a tough Miami defense in 2019.
Ohio Bobcats’ All-MAC safety looking to help deliver Ohio’s first MAC championship since 1968
A steady presence
The MAC’s interception leader is back to ballhawking in the secondary.
With a second EMU defensive back on our top 25 list, one must wonder if Ypsi will be a no fly zone in 2019.
As the pieces in the Ball State offense shuffle around in 2019, Miller remains a constant the Cards can depend on.
With a new coach and new offensive scheme in DeKalb, Harbison looks to be even more dangerous than before!
Wassink prepares to put injuries on the backburner and captain the Broncos back to glory.
The exemplary senior linebacker helps usher in the first year of the Tom Arth era.
The true freshman phenom enters sophomore year with lofty expectations and a membership to the Maxwell Watch List.
Koback will look to build off of a strong first season in The Glass City by following in the footsteps of past great Rocket backs.
One of the MAC’s hardest hitters checks in at #17 on our Top 25 list.
The conference’s best deep threat.
The Huskies will look to Heflin to anchor their defense up front this year
Back from injury, Guadagni looks to pick up where he left off for the Rockets.
Fayad will look to continue where he left off in 2018 and keep the Broncos’ defense rolling
From a MAC title to a coaching change to season-ending injuries, Tranquill has experienced all the highs and lows of the sport.
As a redshirt freshman, Reed lit up opposing offenses and anchored a defensive secondary that was amongst the most talented in the country.
The versatile running back will be an important piece to the Falcons’ rebound in 2019.