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5 Overrated Players in EA Sports College Football 25 Ratings Include Shedeur Sanders, Quinshon Judkins

5 Overrated Players in EA Sports College Football 25 Ratings Include Shedeur Sanders, Quinshon Judkins

EA Sports College Football 25 gave fans plenty to discuss on Thursday morning when the rankings for the top 100 players in the game were revealed. Controversial to some, and spot-on to others, who are the most overrated players in the EA Sports College Football 25 rankings?

25 Most Overrated Players in EA Sports College Football Ratings

5) Will Campbell, OL, LSU

Not like that Will be Campbell not worthy of a high ranking. The 6’6″, 320-pound junior has started every game the past two years, earning first-team All-SEC honors last year and second-team honors the year before.

Campbell has proven his worth on the field as a cover for the Tigers’ field generals, paving the way for last year’s Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels, as he is the second-highest-rated player overall and one of only three players with a 96 rating in the College Football 25.

Considering this offensive line class is one of the weakest in recent memory, it’s hard to believe that the second-best player in the country and in the College Football 25 is a tackle.

4) James Pearce Jr., EDGE, Tennessee

He was ranked No. 4 in College Football 25’s player ratings, James Pearce Jr. He is the only overrated defensive player in the top 20, beating out fellow pass rushers such as Kentucky’s Deone Walker (No. 21), LSU’s Harold Perkins Jr. (No. 31) and Penn State’s Abdul Carter (No. 47).

Pearce earned the credit for his 10 sacks last year, but it doesn’t make sense to be a top-five pick when other valuable pass rushers are being overlooked.

3) Will Johnson, CB, Michigan

The highest-rated player in College Football 25’s player ratings, Will be Johnson He was one of three players with a 96 rating, along with Oklahoma State RB Ollie Gordon II and Campbell. Johnson, coming off a national championship with the Wolverines, has 26 starts and seven interceptions over the past two seasons.

He’s one of the best players in the country. But Johnson is riding high off a championship that has him listed as the best overall player, even if he’s not the best cornerback. Notre Dame’s Benjamin Morrison (No. 12), Arizona’s Tacario Davis (No. 34) and Ohio State’s Denzel Burke (No. 51) are all competing for that title.

2) Quinshon Judkins, RB, Ohio State

One of the two runners in the top 10, Quinshon Judkins He transferred to Ohio State after throwing for 1,567 yards and 15 TDs last season at Ole Miss. He ranks No. 9 in the College Football 25 player ratings, which is pretty high considering he may not be the best RB on his team with TreVeyon Henderson (No. 23) still wearing the red and gray.

Judkins and Henderson will undoubtedly be one of the nation’s best one-two RB kickers, but it’s hard to put one ahead of the other in the top 10 without seeing them together.

1) Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado

Arguably the most overrated player in college football history, Colorado QB Surprising Sanders He is the first quarterback to be ranked in the top 100 of the College Football 25 player ratings.

At No. 17, Sanders is one spot ahead of Georgia’s Carson Beck, while also trailing Texas QB Quinn Ewers (No. 27), Oregon’s Dillon Gabriel (No. 30), Alabama’s Jalen Milroe (No. 71) and Ole Miss’ Jaxson Dart.

With Sanders at center, the Colorado Buffaloes have whimpered through the Pac-12, finishing 4-8 and last in the conference. The hype machine has been on full throttle in Boulder since head coach Deion Sanders arrived before last season, and no one has benefited from that perception more than his son.