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

    After EA Sports College Football 25 released its top 100 rated players, who are some of the most overrated on the list?

    EA Sports College Football 25 gave fans plenty to debate over when its rating for the top 100 players in the game was announced on Thursday morning. Controversial to some and just right for others, who are the most overrated players in EA Sports College Football 25 ratings?

    Most Overrated Players in EA Sports College Football 25 Ratings

    5) Will Campbell, OL, LSU

    It’s not that Will Campbell isn’t worthy of a high rating. The 6’6″, 320-pound junior has started every game the last two years, earning first-team All-SEC last year and second-team honors the year prior.

    Campbell has proven his worth on the gridiron as a bodyguard for the Tigers’ field generals, paving the way for Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels last year. It’s the fact that he’s the second-highest-rated player overall and one of just three with a 96 rating on College Football 25.

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

    4) James Pearce Jr., EDGE, Tennessee

    Ranked No. 4 in College Football 25’s player ratings, James Pearce Jr. is the only hand-in-the-ground defensive end in the top 20, outranking other 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).

    With 10 sacks last year, Pearce has earned recognition, but a top-five nod with other worthy pass rushers overlooked doesn’t add up.

    3) Will Johnson, CB, Michigan

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

    He’s one of the top players in the nation. However, Johnson is coasting off the hype from a championship as the top overall player listed when he may not even be the best cornerback, with Notre Dame’s Benjamin Morrison (No. 12), Arizona’s Tacario Davis (No. 34), and Ohio State’s Denzel Burke (No. 51) competing for that title.

    2) Quinshon Judkins, RB, Ohio State

    One of two running backs in the top 10, Quinshon Judkins transferred to Ohio State after racking up 1,567 yards and 15 TDs at Ole Miss last season. He’s No. 9 overall in the College Football 25 player ratings, which is pretty high considering he might not be the best RB on his team with TreVeyon Henderson (No. 23) still donned in scarlet and grey.

    Judkins and Henderson will undoubtedly combine for possibly the best one-two RB punch in the nation, yet it’s hard to put one over the other in the top 10 without seeing them together first.

    1) Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado

    Quite possibly the most overrated player in all of college football, Colorado QB Shedeur Sanders somehow is the first quarterback to appear on the College Football 25 player ratings top 100.

    Listed at No. 17, Sanders is one spot above Georgia’s Carson Beck, while also beating out 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 behind center, the Colorado Buffaloes left the Pac-12 behind with a whimper, finishing dead last in the conference at 4-8. The hype machine has been cranked to full gear in Boulder since head coach Deion Sanders arrived before last season, and no one has benefited more from that perception than his son.

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