In conjunction with our College Football’s Best series, highlighting the top plays, players, highlights, and moments from all 133 teams, we’re here to showcase the best the Temple Owls have had to offer in 2023. Who has stood out? What units are turning heads?
And who from Temple is among the top mentions in our College Football’s Best series this season?
Temple Owls Best of 2023
At College Football Network, we watch every game. Every player. Every team. And our notebooks are chock full of top players, plays, highlights, and moments. Today, I’m emptying the notebook.
Below, find Temple’s noteworthy players, groupings, or units, all listed under a different category: good, great, grand, or wonderful. Every team across the country has put forth their best efforts in 2023, and through four weeks of action, those players deserve notoriety for what they’ve put forth this season.
Highlighting the best with a line from the one and only Chris Farley, welcome to this season’s Good, Great, Grand, Wonderful!
For all 133 teams, head over to College Football’s Best of 2023.
Good: Amad Anderson/Dante Wright, WRs
The combination of Amad Anderson and Dante Wright has started to pay off in multiple ways this season. To open the year, specifically against Akron, it was Wright who was E.J. Warner’s preferred target, while lately, it’s been Anderson.
Either way, both are incredibly fast in the open field and have flashed brilliance.
Great: Victor Stoffel, RT
What a season it’s been so far for Temple’s right tackle. With ideal size, Victor Stoffel has built on a solid 2022 campaign and put it all together in 2023 with his run-blocking skills and pass sets.
Grand: Diwun Black, EDGE
On a team of known troublemakers for opposing offenses, Diwun Black has come out of nowhere in 2023. Black’s ripped through offensive linemen with a handful of pressures, including a team-high 1.5 sacks, as the former Florida Gator has proven why he was a Power Five player after all.
Wonderful: Jordan Magee, LB
The brightest spot so far this season for Temple has been Jordan Magee. He’s second on the team with 23 tackles, but he’s flown around to the ball carriers at or around the line of scrimmage with terrific skill.
Magee has added a sack and a pass breakup, as he can do it all.