The stakes are high for tonight's ACC and Big Ten title games.
There will be plenty of NFL talent on the field that can help the 10-1 Eagles next season.
Here are eight prospects to watch.
No. 7 Miami at No. 1 Clemson - 8 p.m., ABC
No. 52 - Kc McDermott, OL, Miami, senior (6-7/300)
McDermott has spent a lot of time on the interior of the Hurricanes' line but has excelled this season as the team's left tackle. He was named to the All-ACC third team and has started 32 consecutive games. There's nothing flashy to McDermott, but he's long and aggressive and always seem to be under control and in the proper position.
No. 7 - Kendrick Norton, DT, Miami, junior (6-3/312)
Norton has been an extremely disruptive run defender for Miami. He had 10 tackles for a loss last season and has 6 1/2 more this season. He has just five career sacks, but his athleticism for his size leads you to believe there could be more pass rushing potential there.
No. 34 - Kendall Joseph, LB, Clemson, junior (6-0/225)
Jim Schwartz loves him a thumper and Joseph certainly fits that bill. As a sophomore last season, Joseph had a 106 tackles (11 1/2 for a loss), four sacks and an interception. While the numbers may not stand out as much this season, Joseph is still making a huge impact on the Tigers' D.
No. 6 - Dorian O'Daniel, LB, Clemson, senior (6-1/220)
O'Daniel doesn't have the size of Joseph, but he's been just as disruptive. Playing on the outside, O'Daniel has 80 tackles this season (10 1/2 for a loss), five sacks and two interceptions. O'Daniel will likely excel as a weakside linebacker at the next level that is allowed to roam and attack the football, but he could stay on the strong side because of his coverage skills.
No. 8 Ohio State at No. 4 Wisconsin - 8 p.m., FOX
No. 17 - Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State, junior (6-1/225)
As of right now, Baker is the cream of this linebacker crop. Baker is built like and has the aggressiveness of a 'backer, but has the eyes and coverage ability of a free safety. He'll likely test well and be out of the Eagles' range come draft time, but he'd look mighty good playing next to (a hopefully healthy) Jordan Hicks next season.
No. 25 - Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State, redshirt sophomore (5-10/214)
As a redshirt freshman last season, Weber ran for 1,096 yards. Impressively, he joined Robert Smith and Maurice Clarett as the only Buckeye freshmen to run for 1,000 yards. He's taken on less of a load this season but is still averaging 6.5 yards a carry and has 10 TDs. He also has 32 catches in his collegiate career. There's nothing flashy about Weber, but he's a solid back who could be worth a flyer in the middle rounds.
No. 63 - Michael Deiter, OL, Wisconsin, junior (6-6/328)
Deiter's most impressive quality is his versatility. After redshirting his freshman season, Deiter has started at center, left guard and left tackle. Deiter has tremendous size but is also a pretty good athlete. He's likely getting looked at as a center and the experience will likely serve him at whatever position he plays at the next level.
No. 81 - Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin, senior (6-6/248)
Fumagalli doesn't have great numbers, but a big part of that is Wisconsin's run-heavy offense. Fumagalli is a big target with reliable hands. The Badgers' offense has also allowed him to show off his prowess as a run blocker. He may not have the flashy numbers or crazy measurables, but Fumagalli has the potential to be a real solid NFL tight end.