Jun 22, 2015, 3:30pm EDT
September 2, 2015
#1- Kareem Hunt (RB- Toledo)
Kareem Hunt is the best player in the MAC.
September 1, 2015
#2- Jarvion Franklin (RB- WMU)
He wowed the MAC in 2014. Can he do it again this season?
August 31, 2015
#3 Corey Davis (WR- WMU)
Once just known as "Titus' brother", our number three player has made a name for himself and looks like one of the better pro-ready wide receivers in the entire country. Oh, and he's just a junior.
August 30, 2015
#4- Jatavis Brown (LB- Akron)
The two-time first team All-MAC linebacker comes in at number four on our list.
August 29, 2015
#5- Tajae Sharpe (WR- UMass Minutemen)
Three Cheers for Sharpe! HIP HIP...TAJAE! HIP HIP...TAJAE! HIP HIP...TAJAE!
August 28, 2015
#6 Roger Lewis (WR- BGSU Falcons)
After a breakout freshman campaign what can Bowling Green's Roger Lewis do for an encore?
August 27, 2015
#7- Anthone Taylor (RB- Buffalo)
Don't expect a drop off from Taylor after UB's coaching change.
August 26, 2015
#8- Blake Frohnapfel (QB- UMass Minutemen)
The First Team All-MAC quarterback cracks the top 10 in our countdown.
August 25, 2015
#9 - Matt Johnson (QB- BGSUFalcons)
A return to 2013 form for Matt Johnson bodes well for a Bowling Green offense looking to get back to Ford Field for a third consecutive year.
August 24, 2015
#10- Jovan Santox-Knox (LB- UMass)
Santos-Knox had 143 total tackles last season for UMass to lead the MAC.
August 23, 2015
#11- Zach Terrell (QB- WMU)
It's up for debate, but Zach Terrell could be the best quarterback in the MAC. Will he prove 2014 was no fluke and that he belongs in the conversation?
August 22, 2015
#12- Pat O'Connor (DE- EMU)
Led the MAC with 7.5 sacks last year. Can we expect that number to be even higher heading into his senior season?
August 21, 2015
#13 - Drew Hare (QB - NIU)
Hare of the dogs. Drew Hare is going from good to great.
August 20, 2015
#14- Andrew Ness (C- Northern Illinois)
The three year starter has been a main cog in one of the most successful running attacks in the nation.
August 19, 2015
#15 Robbie Rhodes (WR- BGSU)
All aboard the Robbie Rhodes hype train!
August 18, 2015
#16- Tommylee Lewis (WR- NIU)
After missing almost all of 2014 with an injury, arguably the MAC's most dynamic playmaker looks to make a big impact in 2015.
August 17, 2015
#17- Nate Holley (FS- Kent State)
After an impressive sophomore season, the undersized safety has made a name for himself on a young team. Can he help vault the Golden Flashes back into the MAC East race?
August 16, 2015
#18- Nick Beamish (C- CMU)
From being a one-offer recruit to a first-team all-MAC selection, Nick Beamish has earned his way to the 18th spot on our Top 70 MAC Football Players List with his durability and intelligence.
August 15, 2015
#19- Paris Logan (CB- NIU)
Coming off a first-team All-MAC selection, Paris Logan heads into 2015 ready to make the Huskies howl.
August 14, 2015
#20 - Trent Voss (DE-Toledo)
Trent Voss has evolved from a stud linebacker to one of the best down lineman in the conference. Can he establish himself as the best?
August 13, 2015
#21- Cody Grice (DL/FB- Akron)
Your favorite two way MAC player comes in at twenty-one on our list of the top 70 MAC players.
August 12, 2015
#22- Travis Greene (RB- BGSU)
Former wide receiver Travis Greene has flourished as a running back for Bowling Green. He looks to lead the Falcons to a third straight MAC Championship Game this year.
August 11, 2015
#23- Joe Licata (QB- Buffalo)
2014's MAC leader in TD passes.
August 10, 2015
#24- Great Ibe (LB- EMU)
Ibe was third in the MAC with 133 tackles last year, but is going to need help around him to see any improvement in the W-L columns.
August 9, 2015
#25- Alex Huettel (OL- BGSU)
Senior Alex Huettel has started 41 straight games for Bowling Green. He looks to lead the high powered Falcon offense to their third straight MAC East title.