Every offseason for the past decade I’ve compiled the ‘Freaks’ list dedicated to identifying the freakiest athletes in college football — basically the guy in the program who can wow his coaches and teammates.This year, instead of just the Top 20 list, we’re expanding to Freaks Week – five days of content dedicated to the Freaks brand.We begin today with the master list. Here are your Top 20 Freaks in college football for 2014.(One caveat: I’ve kept it to guys who will be on the field this season and who were in the program this spring.) 20. Akeem Daniels, RB, Northern Illinois HuskiesThe Huskies’ best blocking tailback was missed last season while he dealt with a foot injury that required surgery, but NIU coaches are excited to have the power-packed 5-7, 192-pound Daniels back.According to NIU Director of Sports Performance Brad Ohrt, Daniels vertical jumped 40.5 inches, broad-jumped 10 feet, 6 inches, and clocked a pro agility time of 3.90. 19. Kyle Friend, C, Temple OwlsThe Owls have a couple of huge guys who have created a lot of buzz inside the program with their athleticism.Dion Dawkins, at 325 pounds, has showed his surprising hops in a dunking contest, but… Read full this story
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