Hodgins went off for a 14/200/2 line against Nevada last week. Expect him to see a lot more targets to try to keep up with an Arizona team with an explosive offense.
Robinson is facing a Texas defense that gave up 322 passing yards in Week 3 against USC.
Jeudy has been a potent deep threat thus far this season, with four of his six touchdowns coming on plays of at least 22 yards -- and two of those six scores being from 58-plus yards out.
Fitzgerald completed 14-of-21 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns as Mississippi State rolled over Louisiana-Lafayette 56-10 on Saturday. The Bulldogs will take on Kentucky to open the SEC slate this upcoming weekend.
Haskins leads the Big Ten in passing touchdowns with 11 and is facing a Tulane defense that allows 265 passing yards per game, which ranks 102nd in FBS.
Williams is averaging 6.2 yards per carry and faces a Pitt defense that hasn't handled the run well, allowing an average of 6.0 yards per carry, one of the worst marks in the country.
Tate has lit it up for 340 or more passing yards the last two games and should have no issues shredding Oregon State's 114th ranked pass defense.
Ellis dominated for 171 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries last week against Ohio. He will be the bell cow running back in a great matchup against Louisville's 96th ranked rush defense.
Murray will face an Army defense that gave up 321 passing yards to Hawaii in Week 3.
McSorley hasn't thrown for more than 230 yards in any game this season, but has amassed 11 total touchdowns. He should be able to take apart Illinois 123rd ranked pass defense in Week 4.
Butler put on a show in Week 3 with five grabs for 174 yards and two touchdowns, so he'll look to keep it rolling Saturday against Akron.
Jefferson has racked up 334 yards and six touchdowns on the ground over the past two weeks. He shouldn't find much trouble against an Arizona team allowing 224.3 rushing yards per game (114th) this season.
Fuller more than doubles the receptions or yards output of any other Washington receiver through three games this season. Jake Browning will be looking his way plenty of times in a matchup against Arizona State's 72nd ranked pass defense.
Cornelius will face a Texas Tech defense that allowed 462 passing yards to Houston in Week 3.
Grier should be fully rested heading into Week 4 against Kansas State, after Saturday's game versus NC State was canceled due to weather.
Wesley exploded for 261 receiving yards and three scores in Week 3, so he'll look to build off that performance Saturday against Oklahoma State.
Finley, who is averaged 339.5 yards after two games, faces a Marshall defense that is nearly the worst in the country against the pass by allowing 357 yards per game.
Dobbins is up to 268 yards on 45 carries through three games but has just one rushing touchdown. He'll face a Tulane defense that allows 199 rushing yards per game.
Lloyd has two consecutive games of more than 90 yards and will lineup opposite of an FCS opponent in Week 4, North Carolina Central.
Williams collected his sixth career 100-yard rushing performance, while cashing in on a three-yard touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday's win over Louisiana-Lafayette.
Brown has caught 15 passes through the first three games of the season, which leads the Wildcats. They will get an Oregon State secondary who currently ranks 114th in pass yards allowed per game.
Arcega-Whiteside picked up two touchdowns last week and brought his season receiving yards total to 324, but 226 of those yards game in the season opener. He will go against Oregon's 78th ranked pass defense in Week 4.
Zaccheaus went off against Ohio last week for 9/247/2. His touchdown total is now at four this season, and his average yards per catch is about eight yards more than his carer average. Look for him to continue to tear it up against Louisville's 56th ranked pass defense.
Bowman will get the start if McLane Carter (ankle) is sidelined yet again. Bowman showed he's more than capable of effectively running the offense, throwing for 605 yards and five touchdowns in Week 3 against Houston.
Watson is facing a TCU defense that allowed 4.2 yards per carry last week against Ohio State.
Brown, who has averaged 291.5 yards per game in weeks he's played the whole time, faces a Purdue secondary who allows an average 319 passing yards.
Lewerke is coming off a bye and has completed 69.4 percent of his passes for 601 yards and three scores through two games. He'll hit the road to face Indiana on Saturday.
Neal has gotten 24 more attempts than any other Orange running back this season. He should have no issues running all over UConn, who has allowed the second most rushing yards per game this year.
Rosier has thrown for 595 yards in three games this season and has a Week 4 trip to Florida International, who is ranked 90th in country by allowing nearly 260 passing yards per game.
Reagor is facing a Texas defense that allowed 6.7 yards per pass in Week 3 against USC. He racked up seven catches Saturday versus Ohio State.
Johnson racked up a season-high six catches in Week 3, and he'll face a TCU defense that gave up 344 passing yards in their last game.
Ehlinger will draw the start under center against a TCU defense that allowed 344 passing yards in Week 3 to Ohio State.
Johnson leads the Big Ten in receiving touchdowns with five and draws a matchup against a Maryland team that is coming off a loss to Temple.
Knox is averaging 84 yards per game and travels to Boston College to take on a defense that allows 182 rushing yards per game.
Brown has 94 rushing yards through two games and now matches up with the Panthers run defense, who allows the 14th most rushing yards per game at 265.5.
Dortch has already recorded 28 receptions for 336 yards and a score so far this season. He will continue to be the top target for Sam Hartman against Notre Dame's 95th ranked pass defense.
Ollison has been the biggest positive for the Panther offense so far this season, as he has tallied 45 carries for 283 yards and three touchdowns. He will take on North Carolina's 50th ranked rush defense in Week 4.
Brown is facing an Army defense that allowed 10 yards per pass in Week 3.
Dungey left the game last week against Florida State after having a turf bead lodged in his eye. He should be ready to go in Week 4 against UConn, who is giving up the fourth most passing yards per game.
Smith averages 21 yards a catch and faces a Purdue defense that has allowed offenses to throw for 319 yards a game, which is 114th among FBS schools.
Minshew put together a dominant performance last week when he completed 45 of 57 passes for 470 yards and two scores. USC's 30th ranked pass defense in Week 4 will provide his toughest test yet.
Williams only saw six carries for 19 yards against Eastern Washington, but three of those rushes went for touchdowns. The junior also is second on the team in receptions with 18. Williams might see more work on the ground against a USC defense that has been much better against the pass than the run.
Ellison went for 111 yards on four catches last week, and should find more room against an Oregon State secondary allowing 295.7 yards per game (114th).
Jennings has found the end zone four times through his first two games of the 2018 campaign, so he figures to be a top target within West Virginia's passing attack in Week 4 against Kansas State.
As if Jefferson's 5-reception, 97-yard stat line wasn't impressive enough, he also drew a critical pass interference penalty on the game's final drive to help push LSU into field-goal range.
Gaskin led the Huskies to victory last week against Utah when he took 30 carries for 143 yards and a touchdown. Arizona State has allowed 125.3 yards per game on the ground (42nd) this season. Expect Washington to give the senior as many carries as he can handle.
Brossette was contained to 69 rushing yards against Auburn after accounting for 262 yards during LSU's first two outings of 2018. The outlook gets brighter in anticipation of a matchup against Louisiana Tech on Saturday, and a rush defense that surrenders over 143 yards per game.
Perkins had easily his best passing performance of the season, completing 25-of-30 passes for 379 yards and three scores. The only negative was that he only had eight rushing yards in Week 3, after going for over 100 yards the first two weeks. Louisville, who allows 386 yards per game this season (82nd), provides another good matchup.
Browning had a quiet game last week against Utah, but did enough to help the Huskies to a key road win. He should get back to the over 300 yard passing output he averaged the first two games of the season when he takes on Arizona State's 72nd ranked pass defense in Week 4.
Stidham completed 16-of-28 attempts for 198 yards and a touchdown, but was picked off twice in a crushing 22-21 loss to LSU on Saturday. The junior quarterback has only thrown multiple interceptions three times in 27 career games.