Best Names in College Football

Best names in college football

General Booty, Oklahoma Sooners[SteveSisney/TheOklahoman/USATodaySports)[SteveSisney/TheOklahoman/USATodaySports)[SteveSisney/TheOklahoman/USATodaySports)[SteveSisney/TheOklahoman/USATodaySports)

College football is great in its own right, but it gets even better when things get weird, which is definitely the case with the best names in CFB for 2022.

A rose by any other name might smell sweet, but a college football player’s name can make him a fucking internet legend.

Over the years in college football, we’ve seen countless great names from across the country. But with the rise of social media and easy access to information, it seems like there are more big names than ever.

So as I delved into the science of finding the best names in college football for the 2022 season (a painstaking and extremely lengthy process that involved using my gut instinct and which names stuck in my mind the most), I came up with the Best out at every point. I came out with the FanSided All-Name Team for the 2022 season.

The Best Names in College Football 2022: Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers

QB: General Booty, Oklahoma Sooners

Considering the team is named after him, there was no question that General Booty was the quarterback choice. Now in Oklahoma, having transferred from Tyler Junior College, Booty has yet to play a snap at the FCS level and will not be the Sooners starter behind Dillon Gabriel. But the nephew of former USC quarterback John David Booty keeps that legacy alive with his iconic name.

RB: Panzer Bigsby, Auburn Tigers

Oddly enough, I felt that the running back position in the big names department was a bit sterile. However, it’s hard to argue with a due attempt to mow down defenders over being called a tank. Even better, Bigsby has proven to be one of the best defenders in the country at Auburn. Having posted 1,099 and 10 points last season, he could be a huge factor in the SEC for the Tigers.

WR: Decolest Crawford, Nebraska Cornhuskers

A native of Shreveport, LA, many thought the beautifully named Decoldest Toevadoit Crawford was headed to LSU. But the wide receiver was cleared in late 2021 and ended up (at least for now) with Scott Frost in Nebraska. As a 3-star recruit, not much is expected of Crawford on the field, but rest assured the college football world will always know his name.

WR: Boogie Knight, Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks

Paul Thomas Anderson’s favorite player, the Akron transfer, is now at ULM and has been quite productive over four seasons and two programs up to this point, notably 45 balls for 588 yards and three goals with the Warhawks last season. Roller Girl would no doubt agree.

WR: Phat Watts, Tulane Green Wave

The 6-foot wide receiver has played in 21 games over the past two years and is now entering his extra COVID season to get out of the 200-yard zone he’s been in for the past two seasons. However, if the upcoming NCAA football game got a “sounds like he opened up at a jazz club for Miles Davis” rating, Watt’s rating will fall off the charts. Best Names in College Football

John Verrall

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