College Football’s Fastest Players of Week 11 Led By Oregon WR Troy Franklin

    College football's fastest players of Week 11 include a ridiculous showing from Oregon WR Troy Franklin who continues to turn heads in 2023.

    College Football’s fastest players dominate the coverage as much as they speed by the rest of the players on the field. These 10 fastest players from the week are highlighted among their peers as putting up some of the most athletic displays from an athlete we’ve seen all year long.

    College Football’s Fastest Players: Week 11

    Take a look at the fastest players from each week during the 2023 season: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10 | Fastest Players Overall

    Courtesy of our friends at Reel Analytics, the fastest ball carriers are tracked from every game across the country. To find out more about RA and how they track their data, find them here: RAnalytics on Twitter | Reel Analytics via NetCapital

    Honorable Mention

    • Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon: 18.7 mph
    • Reggie Love III, RB, Illinois: 19.1 mph
    • Jonah Coleman, RB, Arizona: 19.5 mph
    • Devin Neal, RB, Kansas: 19.5 mph
    • Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State: 19.6 mph
    • Donovan Edwards, RB, Michigan: 19.6 mph
    • Red Wilson, WR, North Dakota: 19.7 mph
    • Donovan Smith, QB, Houston: 19.7 mph
    • Trey Benson, RB, Florida State: 19.7 mph
    • Joseph Himon, RB, Northwestern: 19.8 mph
    • Blake Corum, RB, Michigan: 19.8 mph
    • Corey Kiner, RB, Cincinnati: 19.9 mph
    • Nic Anderson, WR, Oklahoma: 19.9 mph
    • Sione Vaki, RB, Utah: 20.3 mph
    • Blake Corum, RB, Michigan: 20.5 mph

    T9) RJ Harvey, RB, UCF: 20.6 mph

    The first of two UCF players to reach our top 10 fastest players list, RJ Harvey just simply outran the Oklahoma State defense on Saturday. Harvey took a carry through the middle and ran past the defense by hitting 20.6 mph at his fastest.

    T9) Xavier Arline, QB, Navy: 20.6 mph

    Xavier Arline has provided a spark for the Navy Midshipmen offense. He made the right read here before Arline hit a top speed of 20.6 mph on a long touchdown run against UAB.

    T7) Damien Martinez, RB, Oregon State: 20.7 mph

    Damien Martinez is an incredibly gifted running back. Martinez has great vision and has shown off his elite speed this season as well. Against Stanford, he bounced a run outside and hit 20.7 mph as he sprinted past Cardinal defenders.

    T7) Keenan Garber, DB, Kansas State: 20.7 mph

    It’s a week of pick-sixes on the fastest players of the week as Keenan Garber makes his first appearance. Garber flashed brilliance with his read-and-react ability on this pick-six that saw him hit 20.7 mph on the radar.

    T5) Khalil Dawsey, DB, Delaware: 20.9 mph

    Yes, we’re watching the Delaware Fighting Blue Hens and you should be too. Khalil Dawsey nabbed a pick off Campbell and returned it 100 yards for a score, hitting 20.9 mph on his return.

    T5) Abu Sama III, RB, Iowa State: 20.9 mph

    Abu Sama III has officially broken out and the Big 12 is on notice. Sama had a great outing against BYU and hit 20.9 mph on a long touchdown run against the Cougars.

    4) Kobe Hudson, WR, UCF: 21.0 mph

    The rain couldn’t slow UCF down and Kobe Hudson had no trouble running past Oklahoma State defenders. On a free play, John Rhys Plumlee heaved it up to Hudson who then hit 21.0 mph as he rocketed past Cowboys’ defenders.

    3) Rayuan Lane III, DB, Navy: 21.6 mph

    Making waves with his near-100-yard interception return for a touchdown, Rayuan Lane III iced the game for Navy against UAB in Week 11. He picked off a pass and Lane then hit 21.6 mph on his return.

    2) Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU: 21.8 mph

    It was a Heisman-worthy performance for Jayden Daniels against Florida. Like last season when a specific quarterback ran wild in this rivalry, Daniels hit 21.8 mph as he ran past the Gators’ defense.

    1) Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon: 22.3 mph

    Troy Franklin wowed in Week 11 against USC. During a dominant first quarter, Franklin used his elite speed to put two different defenders in a proverbial blender. Franklin hit 22.3 mph as he sprinted to the end zone.

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