Daily Blog • November 4, 2010
Last year I started a weekly blog that included my surprise fantasy picks for each week of the college football season. Each week I picked the players that were flying under the radar and this year I have continued my weekly surprise fantasy picks. Last week I finished with a 5-4-3 record including two Big Winners with UCF RB Ronnie Weaver who ran for 180 yds and 2 TD's and Illinois' defense which held Purdue to just 205 yds and 10 pts! Overall on the season I am 64-28-17 (70%). To check out last week's picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.


My QB’s of the week are: Ryan Lindley, San Diego St, Tyler Bray, Tennessee and GJ Kinne, Tulsa

Ryan Lindley, San Diego St-Here is a name that has been around awhile but many people living on the East Coast may not know much about him. Lindley has been a 3-year starter for the Aztecs and has been one of the major reasons for the turn-around under HC Hoke. He is avg 282 ypg (53.4%) with a 15-7 ratio. This week he takes on my #119 pass defense in Colorado St that is giving up an unbelievable 69.7% completion rate with a 19-2 TD-Int ratio. My computer projects 338 pass yds for the Aztecs and I’ll call for Lindley to have one of his best days this season.

Tyler Bray, Tennessee-Bray will be making his first career start here but he does have some experience already this season with 302 pass yds (54.3%) and a 2-2 ratio. Bray was in for the spring (PS#17) so he has been on campus for 10 months. This week he takes on my #116 pass defense in Memphis which is allowing 276 pass ypg (66%) with a 25-5 TD-Int ratio. I’ll call for Bray to have a big day in his very first start as the Vols get the much needed win.

GJ Kinne, Tulsa-Kinne has been steady for the Golden Hurricane avg 256 pass ypg (59%) with a 16-7 ratio and last week led a 4Q comeback against Notre Dame (completed a 3rd and 26 pass) to give Tulsa their biggest win in program history. This week he takes on my #110 pass defense in Rice which is giving up 287 pass ypg (63%) with a 18-4 ratio and my computer calls for 500+ total yds for the Tulsa offense with Kinne easily having 250 pass yds in this one.


My RB’s of the week are: Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech, JJ Di Luigi, BYU and Pat Shed, UAB

Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech-Creer has three straight games with more than 120 rush yds and last week against Boise St ran for 149 yds (4.3) and 2 TD’s. This week he faces a Fresno St run defense that gave up just 12 yds in their last game against San Jose St but were gashed earlier this year for 200+ yds Utah St, Mississippi and FCS Cal Poly. My computer projects 181 rush yds for the Bulldogs and I’ll call for Creer to top the 100 yd mark for a 4th straight game.

JJ Di Luigi, BYU-Luigi has been one of the bright spots for a Cougar offense that struggled earlier this season with a frosh QB. He leads the team in rushing with 601 yds (5.4) and 5 TD’s and also leads the team in receiving as well with 318 yds (9.6) and a TD. This week he goes up against a UNLV defense that is giving up 427 total ypg including 281 rush ypg (6.4) the last four weeks. Di Luigi should easily have 100+ rush/rec yds in this one and maybe a TD or two.

Pat Shed, UAB-Shed leads the Blazers with 592 rush yds (6.0) and 2 TD’s and last week had 176 yds (6.1) and 2 TD’s against Southern Miss. This week he takes on a Marshall defense that is allowing 175 rush ypg (4.3) and my computer calls for 218 rush yds for the Blazers. Shed is definitely a name that you may not have heard yet which makes him one of this week’s surprise picks.


My WR’s of the week are: Chris Rainey, Florida, Robert Woods, USC and Denarius Moore, Tennessee

Chris Rainey, Florida-Rainey returned back from suspension last week and was a big contributor in the run game with 84 rush yds (5.3) and a TD. This week he goes up against a Vanderbilt defense that has given up 500+ yds the last three games and I’ll call for Rainey to have 100+ ttl yds rush/rec as he continues to get back in the flow and makes the Gator offense much more dangerous.

Robert Woods, USC-Woods is probably the best frosh WR in the entire country and leads the Trojans with 574 yds (14.7) and 6 TD’s. This week he goes up against a Arizona St pass defense that ranks #16 in pass defense rankings but has given up 200+ pass yds in every game this season. My computer calls for 305 pass yds and I think Woods could get to the 100 yd mark in this one.

Denarius Moore, Tennessee-Moore leads the Vols with 24 rec (20.2) and 5 TD’s and last week had a monster game against South Carolina with 228 yds (38.0!) and a TD. This week he goes up against a poor Memphis pass defense (given up 25 pass TD’s this season!) and could easily top the 100 yd mark again even with a true Frosh QB starting for the Vols (see surprise QB picks)!


My Top Defenses of the Week: BYU, Boston College and Tennessee

BYU vs UNLV-The Cougar defense has been much improved since HC Mendenhall took over the DC duties about a month ago. They gave up just 273 ttl yds to high-powered San Dieg St, held TCU to just 3 pts in the first 27 minutes of the game and two weeks ago held Wyoming to just 173 total yds. The Cougars are off a bye and this week will get a UNLV that is already looking towards next year as HC Hauck is playing many of his frosh recruits. My computer calls for just 15 pts and 238 ttl yds for the Rebels which will give the Cougar defense another solid performance.

Boston College vs Wake Forest-The Eagles’ defense has performed admirably this season despite the offense’s struggles and the last two weeks have held Maryland and Clemson to just 242 total ypg including just 65 rush ypg (2.3). Their opponent this week Wake Forest depends heavily on their run game which does not bode well for the Demon Deacons. My computer calls for just 279 ttl yds for Wake as the Eagles try to gain bowl eligibility down the stretch.

Tennessee vs Memphis-This is a surprise pick as the Vols are giving up 447 total ypg in their last 7 games including 544 yds to another CUSA team in UAB. I think this week will be different as their opponent Memphis is avg just 281 ttl yds and the Vols need to win their final four games to get to bowl eligibility. My computer calls for just 281 ttl yds for Memphis and 13 pts which would give the Vols’ D their best numbers against FBS teams this year.

Upset of the Week:

Navy over East Carolina

Navy still needs one more win to clinch their Poinsettia Bowl bid since they fell to Duke LW, 34-31. Navy was held to just 148 rush yds by a Duke D all’g 197 rush ypg. QB Dobbs is avg 119 ypg (51%) with a 7-4 ratio but threw for a career high 227 and 2 TD LW and is the tm’s top rusher (552, 3.2). EC is off a 49-35 loss to UCF and has UAB on deck next Thurs. QB Davis is avg 292 ypg (65%) with a 21-11 ratio giving the Pirates a solid edge on off (#38-71) but Navy has the edge on def (#74-104). EC has all’d 184 rush ypg (4.5) and hasn’t faced an option team this year and Navy gets the bounce back win.

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 10 Rankings

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Ricky Dobbs, NAVY @ ECU 1) LaMichael James, ORE vs WASH
2) Landry Jones, OKLA @ TXAM 2) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST @ UCLA
3) Robert Griffin, BAY @ OKST 3) Lennon Creer, LATC vs FRST
4) Denard Robinson, MICH vs ILL 4) Lance Dunbar, NOTX vs TROY
5) Blaine Gabbert, MO @ TXTC 5) Ronnie Weaver, CFLA @ HOU
6) Cameron Newton, AUB vs CHATT 6) Robbie Rouse, FRST @ LATC
7) Dominique Davis, ECU vs NAVY 7) Shane Vereen, CAL @ WAST
8) Aaron Murray, GA vs IDST 8) Doug Martin, BOST vs HAW
9) Colin Kaepernick, NEV @ IDAH 9) Mikel LeShoure, ILL @ MICH
10) Dwight Dasher, MDTN @ AKST 10) DeMarco Murray, OKLA @ TXAM
11) Jeremiah Masoli, MISS vs LALF 11) Jared Hassin, ARMY vs AF
12) Darron Thomas, ORE vs WASH 12) Kendall Hunter, OKST vs BAY
13) Nathan Scheelhaase, ILL @ MICH 13) Marcus Lattimore, SOCAR vs ARK
14) Diondre Borel, UTST vs NMSU 14) Ronnie Hillman, SDST vs COST
15) Ryan Aplin, AKST vs MDTN 15) Montel Harris, BC @ WFST
16) Tyrod Taylor, VATC vs GTCH 16) Bobby Rainey, WKTY vs FAU
17) Taylor Martinez, NEB @ IWST 17) John Clay, WIS @ PUR
18) G.J. Kinne, TULSA vs RICE 18) Washaun Ealey, GA vs IDST
19) Brandon Weeden, OKST vs BAY 19) Keith Payne, VA @ DUKE
20) Kyle Padron, SMU @ UTEP 20) Zach Line, SMU @ UTEP
21) Mike Hartline, KTKY vs CHASO 21) Adam Robinson, IOWA @ IND
22) Ryan Lindley, SDST vs COST 22) Michael Dyer, AUB vs CHATT
23) Matt Barkley, USC vs AZST 23) Leonard Mason, COST @ SDST
24) Ricky Stanzi, IOWA @ IND 24) Roy Helu, NEB @ IWST
25) Austin Davis, SMISS @ TUL 25) Brandon Bolden, MISS vs LALF
26) Kellen Moore, BOST vs HAW 26) J.J. Di Luigi, BYU vs UNLV
27) Alex Carder, WMCH @ CMCH 27) Bryan Kariya, BYU vs UNLV
28) Russell Wilson, NCST @ CLEM 28) Tauren Poole, TENN @ MEM
29) David Piland, HOU vs CFLA 29) Phillip Tanner, MDTN @ AKST
30) Ryan Mallett, ARK @ SOCAR 30) Gregory Ray, MEM vs TENN
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Ryan Broyles, OKLA @ TXAM 1) Michael Egnew, MO @ TXTC
2) DeMarco Sampson, SDST vs COST 2) Ladarius Green, LALF @ MISS
3) Justin Blackmon, OKST vs BAY 3) Orson Charles, GA vs IDST
4) Jeff Maehl, ORE vs WASH 4) D.J. Williams, ARK @ SOCAR
5) Jeff Fuller, TXAM vs OKLA 5) Kyler Reed, NEB @ IWST
6) Ryan Tannehill, TXAM vs OKLA 6) Lucas Reed, NMEX vs WY
7) Damaris Johnson, TULSA vs RICE 7) Vance McDonald, RICE @ TULSA
8) Denarius Moore, TENN @ MEM 8) Allen Reisner, IOWA @ IND
9) Lyle Leong, TXTC vs MO 9) Joe Halahuni, ORST @ UCLA
10) Jordan White, WMCH @ CMCH 10) Cody Sparks, TUL vs SMISS
11) Patrick Edwards, HOU vs CFLA 11) Luke Stocker, TENN @ MEM
12) A.J. Green, GA vs IDST 12) Kellen Bartlett, UTST vs NMSU
13) Aldrick Robinson, SMU @ UTEP 13) Colter Phillips, VA @ DUKE
14) Randall Cobb, KTKY vs CHASO 14) Tarren Lloyd, UTST vs NMSU
15) Dwayne Harris, ECU vs NAVY 15) Tim Erjavec, KENT vs TEMP
16) Robert Woods, USC vs AZST 16) Jordan Thompson, OHIO vs BUFF
17) Vincent Brown, SDST vs COST 17) Andre Smith, VATC vs GTCH
18) Kris Burd, VA @ DUKE 18) Johdrick Morris, SMISS @ TUL
19) Greg Salas, HAW @ BOST 19) James Hanna, OKLA @ TXAM
20) Markeith Summers, MISS vs LALF 20) Trent Ratterree, OKLA @ TXAM
21) Darvin Adams, AUB vs CHATT 21) Ted Bolser, IND vs IOWA
22) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, IOWA @ IND 22) Luke Wilson, RICE @ TULSA
23) T.J. Moe, MO @ TXTC 23) Dwayne Allen, CLEM vs NCST
24) Cole Beasley, SMU @ UTEP 24) Tim Biere, KAN vs COL
25) Titus Young, BOST vs HAW 25) Lance Kendricks, WIS @ PUR
26) Mark Dell, MIST vs MINN 26) Kyle Nelson, NMSU @ UTST
27) Juron Criner, ARZ @ STAN 27) Cooper Helfet, DUKE vs VA
28) Tavarres King, GA vs IDST 28) D.J. Shields, SDST vs COST
29) Chris Matthews, KTKY vs CHASO 29) David Paulson, ORE vs WASH
30) Alshon Jeffery, SOCAR vs ARK 30) Joshua Freeman, AF @ ARMY
Kickers Defenses
1) Wes Byrum, AUB vs CHATT 1) Wisconsin, WIS @ PUR
2) Kevin Goessling, FRST @ LATC 2) Oregon, ORE vs WASH
3) Blair Walsh, GA vs IDST 3) Georgia, GA vs IDST
4) Justin Tucker, TEX @ KNST 4) Florida, FLA @ VNDY
5) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS @ TUL 5) Michigan St, MIST vs MINN
6) Dan Bailey, OKST vs BAY 6) Florida St, FSU vs UNC
7) Chris Hazley, VATC vs GTCH 7) Iowa, IOWA @ IND
8) Aaron Jones, BAY @ OKST 8) Ohio, OHIO vs BUFF
9) Abel Perez, SDST vs COST 9) Auburn, AUB vs CHATT
10) Derek Dimke, ILL @ MICH 10) Alabama, ALA @ LSU
11) Kevin Fitzpatrick, TULSA vs RICE 11) Texas, TEX @ KNST
12) Grant Ressel, MO @ TXTC 12) Nebraska, NEB @ IWST
13) Alex Henery, NEB @ IWST 13) Illinois, ILL @ MICH
14) Colin Wagner, PSU vs NWU 14) Maryland, MYLD @ MIA
15) Trey Farquhar, IDAH vs NEV 15) Penn St, PSU vs NWU
16) Alex Zendejas, ARZ @ STAN 16) Army, ARMY vs AF
17) Nate Whitaker, STAN vs ARZ 17) Syracuse, SYR vs LOU
18) Alex Carlton, ARMY vs AF 18) Kentucky, KTKY vs CHASO
19) Bryson Rose, MISS vs LALF 19) LSU, LSU vs ALA
20) Rob Beard, ORE vs WASH 20) Utah, UTAH vs TCU
21) Dakota Warren, UTEP vs SMU 21) TCU, TCU @ UTAH
22) Tyler Stampler, NMSU @ UTST 22) Boise St, BOST vs HAW
23) Nate Freese, BC @ WFST 23) Arkansas St, AKST vs MDTN
24) Freddy Cortez, KENT vs TEMP 24) BYU, BYU vs UNLV
25) Brandon McManus, TEMP @ KENT 25) Arizona, ARZ @ STAN
26) Jack Griffin, FIU vs LAMO 26) Stanford, STAN vs ARZ
27) Stefan Demos, NWU @ PSU 27) Mississippi, MISS vs LALF
28) Chris Philpott, LOU @ SYR 28) Arkansas, ARK @ SOCAR
29) Jacob Branstetter, KAN vs COL 29) Louisville, LOU @ SYR
30) Ross Krautman, SYR vs LOU 30) South Fla, SOFL vs RUT


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 10

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 10
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The tenth week of the college football season is already here and there may be some owners looking for some under the radar fantasy options. Check out who we think could fill in nicely for fantasy teams in Week 10.


Nathan Scheelhaase QB Illinois vs. Michigan:
This kid is playing well and is coming off a monster game against Purdue in which he threw for almost 200 yards and four scores and also added 118 yards on the ground. He gets to take his shots this week against a Wolverines pass defense that ranks 117th in the nation. Look for another strong effort from this youngster and a whole bunch of yards and scores.

Ross Jenkins QB Louisiana Tech vs. Fresno State:
Jenkins and the La Tech offense are finally starting to get things going like many fantasy owners had envisioned earlier in the season. Two weeks ago he threw for over 400 yards and tossed three scores. While he may not hit those lofty numbers, he could have a very productive day against the Bulldogs. He could certainly go for around 250 yards and a couple of scores.

Brock Mansion QB Cal vs. Washington State:
Mansion came in for injured starter Kevin Riley and performed admirably everything considered. He will start this week against the lowly Cougars and their terrible pass defense that ranks 107th in the country. The Cal offense has been struggling recently, but seeing the Cougars could be the remedy the Bears seek. A couple of touchdown passes could easily be in store for Mansion this week.

Bryan Ellis QB UAB vs. Marshall:
Ellis has been good while taking the reigns of the Blazers offense. He accounted for 247 total yards and 4 scores last week against Southern Miss. He could find some more success this week when he faces the Thundering Heard and their 82nd ranked pass defense. Expect a solid effort from Ellis this week.

Running Backs

Michael Dyer/Onterrio McCaleb RB Auburn vs. Chattanooga
Both of these backs have been very productive over the past few weeks and that should continue this week in a blowout win over Chattanooga. We don’t expect to see much running from Cam Newton as the coaches will probably save him for next week, so both Dyer and McCaleb could get more carries. It is very possible that go over the 100-yard plateau and also both find the end zone on at least one occasion this week.

Jamie Harper RB Clemson vs. North Carolina State:
With Andre Ellington out two weeks because of turf toe, Harper jumps to the forefront of the Clemson rushing game. He has proved to be a tough runner and a very effective pass catcher, so he could put up some nice totals over the next two weeks. A game of 100 total yards and a score seem really possible for Harper this week against the Wolfpack.

Roy Helu Jr RB Nebraska vs. Iowa State:
He is white hot coming off an all-time great performance against Missouri. This senior ran for a school record 307 yards and 3 touchdowns. With a hobbled Taylor Martinez at QB, the Huskers may look to rely even more heavily on Helu and that could be a very good thing for fantast owners considering the Cyclones rush defense is ranked 99th in the country. Another day of 100 plus yards and a couple of scores seem highly possible for Helu this week. Start him and reap the rewards.

Tauren Poole RB Tennessee vs. Memphis:
Poole has been productive this season despite playing a killer schedule. This week the schedule lightens significantly with the Tigers and their 100th ranked rush defense. The entire Vols offense should be able to move the ball at will this week and Poole should be a huge part of that offensive explosion. He could easily top 100 yards rushing and add a score or two to boot.

Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

Chris Rainey WR Florida vs. Vanderbilt
Rainey returned in a big way last week against Georgia recording 84 yards and a score on 16 carries. If he is listed as a WR in your league, he might hold some value with the number of carries he could receive for the Gators. He is a risky play as who knows how many carries he will see each week, but might be worth the game against Vanderbilt. The Commodores rank 90th in total defense and could give up a few big plays to Rainey this week.

Jarius Wright WR Arkansas vs. South Carolina:
Wright looks to be in position to be a fantasy factor with the season ending injury to Greg Childs. Wright had 87 yards and 2 scores last week against Vandy and could match that this week against South Carolina. The Game Cocks rank 105th against the pass and could have real trouble stopping the Razor Backs this week. Wright could find plenty of yardage and scores in his immediate future.

Denarius Moore WR Tennessee vs. Memphis:
Moore had a monster game last week against South Carolina with 228 yards receiving and a score. This week he faces a bad Tigers pass defense that ranks a miserable 115th in the nation. Fantasy owners could feel pretty good starting this week and could easily see another big effort from Moore.

Cody Sparks TE Tulane vs. Southern Miss:
Sparks has been productive and could have another decent day against Southern Miss this week. He has scored three this season and considering the lack of fantasy production, Sparks could help owners going forward. He may not get a ton of yards, but he has good potential to score this week.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Georgia vs. Idaho State
Auburn vs. Chattanooga
Kentucky vs. Charleston Southern
Boston College vs. Wake Forest
Cal vs. Washington State
Ole Miss vs. Louisiana Lafayette
Tennessee vs. Memphis

There you have it everyone, enjoy this week’s action and always remember to have fun playing college fantasy football


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A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Week 10 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Colin Kaepernick NEV 1 LaMichael James OREG 1 Justin Blackmon OKST
2 Robert Griffin BAY 2 Jacquizz Rodgers ORGST 2 Ryan Broyles OU
3 Denard Robinson MICH 3 Shane Vereen CAL 3 Jeff Fuller TXAM
4 Darron Thomas OREG 4 Marcus Lattimore SCAR 4 Aldrick Robinson SMU
5 Dominque Davis ECAR 5 John Clay WISC 5 Alshon Jeffrey SCAR
6 Landry Jones OKLA 6 Ronnie Weaver UCF 6 Dwayne Harris ECU
7 Cam Newton AUB 7 DeMarco Murray OKLA 7 Jeff Maehl OREG
8 Austin Davis SMISS 8 Lennon Creer LTECH 8 Titus Young BOISE
9 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 9 Kendall Hunter OKST 9 TJ Moe MIZZU
10 Brandon Weeden OKST 10 Lance Dunbar NTEXAS 10 Greg Salas HAWAII
11 Ricky Dobbs NAVY 11 Mikel LeShoure ILLIN 11 Randall Cobb KENT
12 Tyrod Taylor VTECH 12 Adam Robinson (inj) IOWA 12 AJ Green UGA
13 Alex Carder WMICH 13 Bobby Rainey WKEN 13 DJ Koulianos IOWA
14 Kyle Padron SMU 14 Bernard Pierce TEMP 14 Kendall Wright BAY
15 Diondre Borel UTST 15 Montel Harris BC 15 Juron Criner ARIZ
16 GJ Kinne TULSA 16 Zach Line SMU 16 Jordan White WMICH
17 Taylor Martinez NEB 17 Tauren Poole TENN 17 Demarco Sampson SDST
18 Andy Dalton TCU 18 Mark Ingram ALAB 18 Damaris Johnson TULSA
19 Ryan Lindley SDST 19 JJ Di Luigi BYU 19 Lyle Leong TTECH
20 Matt Barkley USC 20 Roy Helu NEB 20 Robert Woods USC
21 Kellen Moore BOISE 21 Keith Payne VIRG 21 Josh Gordon BAY
22 Kolton Browning LAMON 22 Jay Finley BAY 22 Leonard Hankerson MIA-FL
23 Bryan Ellis UAB 23 Doug Martin BOISE 23 Patrick Edwards HOU
24 Corey Robinson TROY 24 Vai Taua (inj) NEV 24 Ronald Johnson USC
25 Russell Wilson NCST 25 Daniel Thomas KANST 25 Juan Nunez WMICH
26 Jeremiah Masoli MISS 26 Michael Hayes HOU 26 James Cleveland HOU
27 Ryan Mallett ARK 27 Robbie Rouse FRESNO 27 Cody Wilson CMU
28 Ricky Stanzi IOWA 28 Rodney Stewart COLO 28 Marquess Wilson WAZZU
29 David Piland HOU 29 Brandon Bolden MISS 29 Jheranie Boyd UNC
30 Andrew Luck STAN 30 Keola Antolin ARIZ 30 Marvin Jones CAL
31 Boo Jackson OHIO 31 Ronnie Hillman SDST 31 Austin Pettis BOISE
32 Steven Threet AZST 32 Jared Hassin ARMY 32 Lester Jean FAU
33 Mike Hartline KNTKY 33 Ed Wesley TCU 33 Mike Jones UAB
34 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 34 Michael Dyer AUB 34 Tandon Doss IND
35 Ryan Tannehill TXA&M 35 Leonard Mason CSU 35 Kealoha Pilares (inj) HAWAII
36 Kirk Cousins MCHST 36 Jonathan Williams ECAR 36 Jeremy Ebert NW
37 Dan Persa NW 37 Derrick Locke KNTKY 37 Kris Burd UVA
38 Taylor Potts TTECH 38 Washaun Ealey UGA 38 Keenan Allen CAL
39 Stephen Garcia SCAR 39 Stepfan Taylor STAN 39 Denarius Moore TENN
40 TJ Yates UNC 40 Pat Shed UAB 40 Vincent Brown SDST
41 BJ Daniels USF 41 Paris Cotton CMICH 41 Markeith Summers MISS
42 Greg McElroy ALAB 42 Johnny White UNC 42 Darvin Adams AUB
43 Garrett Gilbert TEXAS 43 Trent Richardson ALAB 43 Mark Dell MICHST
44 Jeffrey Godfrey UCF 44 Alref Morris FAU 44 Kelvin Bolden SMISS
45 Ross Jenkins LTECH 45 Alexander Robinson IWST 45 Casey Robottom TULANE
46 Bryant Moniz HAW 46 Kendrick Hardy SMISS 46 Jerrell Jackson MIZZU
47 Nick Foles ARIZ 47 Deantre Lewis AZST 47 Cole Beasley SMU
48 Christian Ponder FSU 48 Edwin Baker MCHST 48 Conner Vernon DUKE
49 Marc Verica VIRG 49 Eddie Wide UTAH 49 Jermaine Kearse WASH
50 Austyn Carta-Samuels WYOM 50 Delone Carter SYRC 50 Da'Jon McKnight MINN
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name
1 Michael Egnew MIZZU 1 Dan Bailey OKST 1 Georgia
2 Daniel Hardy IDAHO 2 Blair Walsh UGA 2 Wisconsin
3 Ladarius Green ULL 3 Wes Byrum AUB 3 Oregon
4 Rob Housler FAU 4 Danny Hrapmann SMISS 4 Florida
5 David Paulson OREG 5 Nate Whitaker STAN 5 Iowa
6 Collin Franklin IOWAST 6 Alex Henery NEB 6 Nebraska  
7 Orson Charles UGA 7 Rob Beard OREG 7 Texas  
8 Allen Reisner IOWA 8 Dan Conroy MICHST 8 Tennessee  
9 Coby Fleener STAN 9 Aaron Jones BAY 9 Alabama
10 DJ Williams ARK 10 Grant Ressell MIZZU 10 Auburn
11 Kyler Reed NEB 11 Derek Dimke ILLINI 11 California
12 George Bryan NCST 12 Justin Tucker TEXAS 12 Kentucky
13 Joe Halahuni OREGST 13 Anthony Martinez NEV 13 Virginia Tech
14 Virgil Green NEV 14 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 14 Michigan State
15 Vance McDonald RICE 15 Philip Welch WISC 15 Boise State
16 Lucas Reed NMST 16 Chris Hazley VTECH 16 TCU
17 D. Dunsmore (inj) NW 17 Matt Weller OHIO 17 Ohio
18 Dwayne Allen CLEM 18 Giorgio Tavecchio CAL 18 LSU
19 Eric Lair MINN 19 Brandon McManus TEMP 19 Penn State
20 Lucas Reed NMEX 20 John Potter WMICH 20 Army
21 Jack Doyle WKU 21 Colin Wagner PENNST 21 Boston College
22 Brandon Barden VANDY 22 Casey Barth UNC 22 Florida State
23 Lance Kendricks (inj) WISC 23 Trey Farquhar IDAHO 23 North Carolina
24 Ted Bolser IND 24 Michael Taylor TROY 24 Syracuse
25 Cody Sparks TULANE 25 Kai Forbath UCLA 25 Mississippi
For complete college fantasy football player rankings and statistical projections, visit the CFG Big Board.
Scoring System Used for CFG Rankings:
4 points per passing touchdown
6 points per rushing/receiving touchdown
25 passing yards = 1 point
10 rushing/receiving yards = 1 point
1 interception = -2 point
1 reception = 0.5 points