Daily Blog • October 7, 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 was one of my best weeks this year as I finished with a 9-3 record. My three surprise RB's combined for 661 yds (8.3) and 7 TD's and my WR's combined for 40 rec (15.5) and 6 TD's! Overall on the season I am 38-13-11 (68%). To check out last week's picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.


My QB’s of the week are: Aaron Murray, Georgia, Zach Collaros, Cincinnati and Kevin Riley, California

Aaron Murray, Georgia-The redshirt Freshman has not been the reason the Bulldogs are just 1-4 on the year as he is avg 220 pass ypg (61%) with a 8-3 ratio. This will be the 2nd week with WR AJ Green back in the lineup and I expect them to get their timing down even more against a Tennessee defense that is giving up 254 pass ypg to FBS this year. My comuter projects 313 pass yds for the Bulldogs and if Murray gets to that number, he will have a career day.

Zach Collaros, Cincinnati-There was a lot of hype surrounding Collaros before the season and he has put up really good numbers despite the Bearcats 1-3 start. Collaros is quietly avg 240 pass ypg (61%) with a 9-1 ratio and this is against the likes of Fresno St, NC State and Oklahoma. This week he faces a MAC defense in Miami and should continue to put up solid numbers as the Bearcats get the much needed win coming off a bye.

Kevin Riley, California-Riley is coming off a 127 yd performance two weeks ago against Arizona and this week takes on my #24 PDR so this is definitely a surprise. Cal has been a much better team at home lately under HC Tedford and they have beaten the Bruins by 20 ppg the last two years. LW the Bruins defense gave up 300+ yds to Washington St’s Tuel including 16 yards per completion. I think Riley has his most impressive performance of the year and easily throws for 200+ yards and gets at least 2 TD passes as the Bears get the win.


My RB’s of the week are: Ronnie Hillman, San Diego St, Lance Dunbar, North Texas and James White, Wisconsin

Ronnie Hillman, San Diego St-Hillman has run for 532 yds (6.4) and 7 TD’s already this year and when you consider that the Aztecs as a team ran for a combined 940 the entire 2009 season, he has had a remarkable year to date. This week he goes up against a BYU defense that has surrendered 929 rush yds the last three weeks and fired their DC. This has mismatch written all over it as the Aztecs and Hillman get the win and put up big numbers.

Lance Dunbar, North Texas-Despite all the injuries at North Texas Dunbar has remained the one consistent and last week had 141 rush yds (5.9) and a TD. This week he takes on a Arkansas St defense that is allowing 237 rush ypg (5.6) which ranks just #112 in the country. With the QB injury issues look for Dunbar to have another 100 yd + outing and maybe get a TD or two.

James White, Wisconsin-Anytime you go with a backup player, it has to be considered a surprise. White has been a great compliment to John Clay so far this season and has 368 rush yds (8.4!) and 6 TD’s. Clay has been troubled with some injuries the past couple of weeks and last week’s game against Michigan St had his 10 game streak of running for 100+ yds snapped. White came in and ran for 98 yds (9.8) and had 2 TD’s. My computer forecasts 280 rush yds for the Badgers which could see both Clay and White top the 100 yd mark.


My WR’s of the week are: DJ Woods, Cincinnati, Marvin Jones, California and Theo Riddick, Notre Dame

DJ Woods, Cincinnati-Woods leads the Bearcats with 24 rec (17.9) and 4 TD’s. In his last game two weeks ago against Oklahoma, Woods had 171 yds (24.4!) but had a couple of key fumbles in the loss. This week he goes up against a Miami, Ohio secondary and I look for him to have 100+ yds receiving and atone for the mistakes against the Sooners.

Marvin Jones, California-Jones leads the Bears with 24 rec (15.0) and 2 TD’s and this week he goes up against a UCLA defense which gave up 300+ yds passing to Washington St last week. The Cal offense has had a lot of success against the Bruins the last couple of years avg 43 ppg and I expect more of the same here with Jones putting up some good numbers.

Theo Riddick, Notre Dame-Riddick was moved from RB to slot in the spring and it has paid off for him and he actually leads the Irish with 30 rec (10.7) and 3 TD’s despite playing along side of All-American candidates Floyd and Rudolph. This week my computer projects 315 yds passing for Notre Dame and if they get close to that number, Riddick should have another big game as teams continue to focus more on Floyd and Rudolph.


My Top Defenses of the Week: USF, Georgia and Florida

USF vs Syracuse-The Syracuse offense, which has put up some good numbers against the likes of Akron, Maine and Colgate makes a huge leap here in competition as they take on a USF defense that is giving up 299 ypg. The Orange have never beaten the Bulls and my computer does not think they will be close this year as it calls for the Orange to have just 278 yds and 20 pts.

Georgia vs Tennessee-Georgia is just 1-4 this year and desperately need a win here. They are playing with legitimate revenge year after getting whipped 45-19 LY in Knoxville. Despite the tough start the Bulldogs still have my #25 defense and will take on a #75 offense that is still adjusting to the new schemes of HC Dooley. My computer projects just 17 pts and 240 yds for the Volunteers as Georgia ends their first 4 game losing streak since 1990.

Florida vs LSU-This is a surprise pick since LSU’s offense gained 434 yds last week and the Florida defense gave up 31 points. When you look closer at those numbers though, LSU’s offense turned the ball over four times against Tennessee last week and is avg just 24 ppg and 326 ypg despite the 5-0 start. Florida’s defense meanwhile gave up just 269 total yds in the loss to Alabama and teams are avg just 290 ypg against them this year. Last year the Gators defense held the Tigers to just 162 ttl yds which was the fewest for a LSU offense in any game since 2000. My computer projects more of the same this year with the Tigers scoring just 14 points and gaining just 192 yds.

Upset of the Week:

Wake Forest over Navy

This is the 5 meeting between these two teams over the past four years (2-2). LY Navy QB Dobbs and their #2 rusher were both out with inj's and backup QB Proctor made his first career start. Proctor ran for 89 yds and a TD but did not attempt a pass in a driving rainstorm as Navy won 13-10. Wake Forest does have the edge of facing the same option offense last week in Georgia Tech and allowed 209 rush (4.4) in a 24-20 loss. Navy meanwhile is off their first loss to Air Force since 2002 and maybe a little flat here. WF HC Grobe knows the option well from his time as an asst at Air Force and the Demon Deacons get the upset.

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 6 Rankings

Conference play is in full swing, which can be good and bad for fantasy owners.  This is the time of year where we usually start to see players from the weaker conferences (Sun Belt, WAC, etc) to start to put up gaudy numbers. But there are still plenty of studs from the BCS ranks like LaMichael James and Denard Robinson.  It’s all about finding the right balance.  Below are the college fantasy football rankings for Week Six.

Visit CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for more player rankings and projections.

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Denard Robinson, MICH vs MIST 1) LaMichael James, ORE @ WAST
2) Kyle Padron, SMU vs TULSA 2) Vai Taua, NEV vs SJST
3) Bryant Moniz, HAW @ FRST 3) Bilal Powell, LOU vs MEM
4) Cameron Newton, AUB @ KTKY 4) Bobby Rainey, WKTY @ FIU
5) Robert Griffin, BAY vs TXTC 5) Chad Spann, NIU vs TEMP
6) Russell Wilson, NCST vs BC 6) Mark Ingram, ALA @ SOCAR
7) Kellen Moore, BOST vs TOL 7) Doug Martin, BOST vs TOL
8) Colin Kaepernick, NEV vs SJST 8) Kendall Hunter, OKST @ LALF
9) Darron Thomas, ORE @ WAST 9) Andre Ellington, CLEM @ UNC
10) Dwight Dasher, MDTN vs TROY 10) Ronnie Hillman, SDST @ BYU
11) Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP vs RICE 11) Ed Wesley, TCU vs WY
12) Andrew Luck, STAN vs USC 12) Derrick Locke, KTKY vs AUB
13) Dominique Davis, ECU @ SMISS 13) Vick Ballard, MSU @ HOU
14) Zach Collaros, CIN vs MIOH 14) James White, WIS vs MINN
15) Blaine Gabbert, MO vs COL 15) John Clay, WIS vs MINN
16) Dayne Crist, ND vs PITT 16) Lance Dunbar, NOTX vs AKST
17) Ryan Mallett, ARK @ TXAM 17) Vince Davidson, OHIO vs BGSU
18) Ryan Colburn, FRST vs HAW 18) Stepfan Taylor, STAN vs USC
19) Nick Foles, ARZ vs ORST 19) Shane Vereen, CAL vs UCLA
20) G.J. Kinne, TULSA @ SMU 20) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST @ ARZ
21) Kirk Cousins, MIST @ MICH 21) Rodney Stewart, COL @ MO
22) Jake Locker, WASH vs AZST 22) Jared Tew, AF vs COST
23) Diondre Borel, UTST @ LATC 23) Daniel Thomas, KNST vs NEB
24) Dan Persa, NWU vs PUR 24) Johnathan Franklin, UCLA @ CAL
25) Taylor Potts, TXTC @ BAY 25) Allen Bradford, USC @ STAN
26) Taylor Martinez, NEB @ KNST 26) Matt Brown, TEMP @ NIU
27) Larry Smith, VNDY vs EMCH 27) Daniel Herron, OSU vs IND
28) Brandon Weeden, OKST @ LALF 28) Darren Evans, VATC vs CMCH
29) Geno Smith, WVU vs UNLV 29) Noel Devine, WVU vs UNLV
30) Austin Davis, SMISS vs ECU 30) Shaun Draughn, UNC vs CLEM
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Aldrick Robinson, SMU vs TULSA 1) Michael Egnew, MO vs COL
2) Mohamed Sanu, RUT vs UCONN 2) David Brown, BLST vs WMCH
3) Kris Adams, UTEP vs RICE 3) Coby Fleener, STAN vs USC
4) Kealoha Pilares, HAW @ FRST 4) Rob Housler, FAU @ LAMO
5) Justin Blackmon, OKST @ LALF 5) Kyle Efaw, BOST vs TOL
6) A.J. Green, GA vs TENN 6) Brandon Barden, VNDY vs EMCH
7) Leonard Hankerson, MIA vs FSU 7) Charlie Gantt, MIST @ MICH
8) Cole Beasley, SMU vs TULSA 8) Kyle Rudolph, ND vs PITT
9) Lyle Leong, TXTC @ BAY 9) George Bryan, NCST vs BC
10) Titus Young, BOST vs TOL 10) Philip Lutzenkirchen, AUB @ KTKY
11) D.J. Woods, CIN vs MIOH 11) Zack Pianalto, UNC vs CLEM
12) Greg Salas, HAW @ FRST 12) Andre Smith, VATC vs CMCH
13) Owen Spencer, NCST vs BC 13) Colter Phillips, VA @ GTCH
14) Randall Cobb, KTKY vs AUB 14) Tommy Gallarda, BOST vs TOL
15) Jerrel Jernigan, TROY @ MDTN 15) Adrien Robinson, CIN vs MIOH
16) T.J. Moe, MO vs COL 16) Johdrick Morris, SMISS vs ECU
17) Jermaine Kearse, WASH vs AZST 17) Jack Doyle, WKTY @ FIU
18) Kris Burd, VA @ GTCH 18) Ben Thayer, EMCH @ VNDY
19) Jarvis Williams, NCST vs BC 19) D.J. Williams, ARK @ TXAM
20) Roy Roundtree, MICH vs MIST 20) Lance Kendricks, WIS vs MINN
21) Juron Criner, ARZ vs ORST 21) Josh Chichester, LOU vs MEM
22) Lester Jean, FAU @ LAMO 22) Eric Lair, MINN @ WIS
23) Vincent Brown, SDST @ BYU 23) David Blackburn, CMCH @ VATC
24) Tavon Austin, WVU vs UNLV 24) Konrad Reuland, STAN vs USC
25) Dwayne Harris, ECU @ SMISS 25) Kyle Nelson, NMSU vs NMEX
26) Michael Floyd, ND vs PITT 26) Collin Franklin, IWST vs UTAH
27) Theo Riddick, ND vs PITT 27) Cameron Graham, LOU vs MEM
28) Jordan White, WMCH @ BLST 28) Gavin Escobar, SDST @ BYU
29) Jeff Fuller, TXAM vs ARK 29) Chaz Demerath, AF vs COST
30) Mark Dell, MIST @ MICH 30) Ladarius Green, LALF vs OKST
Kickers Defenses
1) Nate Whitaker, STAN vs USC 1) Boise St, BOST vs TOL
2) Kyle Brotzman, BOST vs TOL 2) Florida, FLA vs LSU
3) Erik Folk, WASH vs AZST 3) TCU, TCU vs WY
4) Grant Ressel, MO vs COL 4) Alabama, ALA @ SOCAR
5) Dan Conroy, MIST @ MICH 5) West Virginia, WVU vs UNLV
6) Dakota Warren, UTEP vs RICE 6) Florida St, FSU @ MIA
7) Abel Perez, SDST @ BYU 7) Miami (Fla), MIA vs FSU
8) Aaron Jones, BAY vs TXTC 8) NC State, NCST vs BC
9) Josh Czajkowski, NCST vs BC 9) Northwestern, NWU vs PUR
10) Chris Philpott, LOU vs MEM 10) Penn St, PSU vs ILL
11) Alan Gendreau, MDTN vs TROY 11) Air Force, AF vs COST
12) Wes Byrum, AUB @ KTKY 12) Washington, WASH vs AZST
13) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS vs ECU 13) Nevada, NEV vs SJST
14) Kevin Fitzpatrick, TULSA @ SMU 14) Oregon, ORE @ WAST
15) Ross Evans, TCU vs WY 15) Arkansas, ARK @ TXAM
16) Philip Welch, WIS vs MINN 16) Tennessee, TENN @ GA
17) Nick Cattoi, CFLA vs UAB 17) Mid Tenn St, MDTN vs TROY
18) Jake Rogers, CIN vs MIOH 18) Virginia Tech, VATC vs CMCH
19) Dan Hutchins, PITT @ ND 19) Wisconsin, WIS vs MINN
20) Rob Beard, ORE @ WAST 20) Army, ARMY @ TUL
21) Anthony Martinez, NEV vs SJST 21) Ohio, OHIO vs BGSU
22) Michael Taylor, TROY @ MDTN 22) Louisville, LOU vs MEM
23) Joe Buckley, NAVY @ WFST 23) Ohio St, OSU vs IND
24) Dan Bailey, OKST @ LALF 24) UNC, UNC vs CLEM
25) Trevor Cook, MIOH @ CIN 25) Connecticut, UCONN @ RUT
26) Kevin Goessling, FRST vs HAW 26) Vanderbilt, VNDY vs EMCH
27) Blair Walsh, GA vs TENN 27) UCLA, UCLA @ CAL
28) Scott Blair, GTCH vs VA 28) Stanford, STAN vs USC
29) Scott Enos, HAW @ FRST 29) LSU, LSU @ FLA
30) Ross Gornall, FAU @ LAMO 30) Rutgers, RUT vs UCONN


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 6

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays - Week 6
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The sixth 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 6.


Nick Foles QB Arizona vs. Oregon State:
Foles has been solid this year and gets to take his shot at a bad Beavers secondary which ranks 87th in the land against the pass. With his main target Juron Criner healthy, Foles should have no problem lighting up the night sky in the dessert. Expect around 300 yards and a few scores in this contest.

Adam Froman QB Louisville vs. Memphis:
Froman is coming off a 308 yard and 3 score effort versus Arkansas State last week. He should be able to build upon that performance this week when he faces an inept Memphis pass defense that ranks 100th in the nation. The Cardinal should be able to work on their passing game and Froman could duplicate last week’s numbers in this game.

Geno Smith QB West Virginia vs. UNLV:
Smith has been impressive in his first year as a starter and could feast on the Rebels when they come to town this week. He has shown his ability to run and he might have to do more of that Saturday as start RB Noel Devine is banged up and might not be his usual productive self. A stat line of 300 total yards and 2 or 3 scores seem quite possible.

Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State vs. Michigan:
Cousins should be salivating at the prospect of playing against the Michigan pass defense this weekend. The Wolverines can’t stop anybody from throwing and rank 120th or DEAD last in the country against the pass. They were just torched for 480 yards against Indiana and I’m sure the Spartan’s coaching staff took notice. This game could be very high scoring and Cousins should find good success through the air.

Running Backs

Allen Bradford RB USC vs. Stanford:

Bradford finally broke out last week in a big way with 223 yards rushing and 2 scores in a loss to Washington. He looks to be back to form and just might wrestle the starting job away from Marc Tyler. He could find some nice room to run this week against the Cardinal and their 84th ranked rush defense. The Trojans may try to pound the ball to control the clock and keep the Stanford offense off the field, so Bradford could see a bunch of carries.

Daniel Herron RB Ohio State vs. Indiana:
Herron is fresh from a 95 yard and 1 score day against Illinois last week. Now, he gets to run against a pathetic Hoosiers rush defense that ranks 108th in the country and gives up over 200 yards per game on the ground. The 23 carries that Herron received last week show that he is starting to assert himself in the Buckeye backfield and should continue to see a steady diet of carries going forward.

James White RB Wisconsin vs. Minnesota:
This freshman has exploded onto the fantasy scene and there has even been talk that he could supplant John Clay as the starter. He has 243 yards rushing and 6 touchdowns over the past two games. With Gophers and their shoddy rush defense on tap this week, White could easily top 100 yards and add a couple of scores. He could put up #1 RB numbers this week.

Kenjon Barner RB Oregon vs. Washington State:
Remember him? Way back in the first week of the season, Barner exploded for over 200 total yards and scores against New Mexico while filling in for the suspended starter, LaMichael James. He has not done much since with James being the main Duck, but Barner could explode again this week against the pathetic Cougars defense. This game will be ugly and Barner should see plenty of action. Start him!

Wide Receivers

Gerell Robinson WR Arizona State vs. Washington:

Robinson is finally healthy and just put up 73 yards and a score against Oregon State last week. He looks to be a top option on a Sun Devils team that likes to chuck the ball around, so his numbers could increase going forward. He could top 100 yards this week against a suspect Huskies secondary.

Armand Robinson WR Miami Ohio vs. Cincinnati:
Robinson is the leading receiver for the Redhawks, but is coming off a poor outing against Kent State. He will probably be happy to see the Bearcats and their 109th ranked pass defense this week. This Redhawks will have to throw the ball often in this game and Robinson should benefit from that fact. A 100-yard day could be in Robinson’s future.

Chris Matthews WR Kentucky vs. Auburn:
Matthews has been a nice compliment to Randall Cobb this season and could find some room this week against Auburn. The Tigers rank 89th against the pass and Kentucky may need to throw often to keep pace with a potent Tigers offense.

Griff Whalen WR Stanford vs. USC:
Whalen got his shot last week against Oregon due to injuries and responded with 78 yards and a score. With the status of starters, Ryan Whalen and Chris Owusu in limbo, Whalen may get another chance to show his skills. With a terrible USC pass defense that ranks 116th in the country coming to Palo Alto, look for Whalen to produce once again.

Josh Chichester TE Louisville vs. Memphis:
Much as Adam Froman should have success this week against Memphis, so should Chichester. He had 4 catches for 66 yards last week and could match or even exceed those numbers this week.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Oklahoma State vs. Louisiana Lafayette
West Virginia vs. UNLV
Nevada vs. San Jose State

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 6 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Denard Robinson MICH 1 LaMichael James OREG 1 Justin Blackmon OKST
2 Cam Newton AUB 2 Vai Taua NEV 2 Aldrick Robinson SMU
3 Ryan Mallett ARK 3 Kendall Hunter OKST 3 Kealoha Pilares HAW
4 Bryant Moniz HAW 4 Bobby Rainey WKU 4 Lyle Leong TTECH
5 Colin Kaepernick NEV 5 Mark Ingram ALAB 5 Randall Cobb KENT
6 Dan Persa NW 6 Bilal Powell LOUIS 6 Greg Salas HAW
7 Terrelle Pryor OHST 7 Chad Spann NILL 7 Titus Young BOISE
8 Taylor Potts TTECH 8 Ronnie Hillman SDST 8 Mohamed Sanu RUT
9 Jerrod Johnson TXA&M 9 Shane Vereen CAL 9 Jeff Fuller TX A&M
9 Brandon Weeden OKST 10 Jacquizz Rodgers ORGST 10 DJ Woods CINCY
10 Zach Collaros CIN 11 Jordan Todman CONN 11 TJ Moe MIZZU
11 Russell Wilson NCST 12 Derrick Locke KNTKY 12 Kris Adams UTEP
12 GJ Kinne TULSA 13 Lance Dunbar NTEX 13 Vincent Brown SDST
14 Dominique Davis ECAR 14 Ed Wesley TCU 14 Austin Pettis BOISE
15 Jake Locker WASH 15 Doug Martin BOISE 15 Jeremy Ebert NW
16 Robert Griffin BAY 16 James White WISC 16 Jermaine Kearse WASH
17 Ryan Aplin ARKST 17 Matt Brown TEMP 17 AJ Green UGA
18 Kyle Padron SMU 18 J. Franklin UCLA 18 Dwayne Harris ECU
19 Steven Threat AZST 19 Allen Bradford USC 19 Kris Burd UVA
20 Taylor Martinez NEB 20 Andre Ellington CLEM 20 Leo. Hankerson MIAMI
21 Kellen Moore BOISE 21 Vick Ballard MISST 21 Jordan White WMU
22 Ryan Lindley SDST 22 John Clay WISC 22 Armand Robinson MIA-OH
23 Darron Thomas OREG 23 Bryce Beall HOU 23 Lester Jean FAU
24 Jacory Harris MIAFL 24 Darren Evans VTECH 24 Michael Floyd ND
25 Andrew Luck STAN 25 Christine Michael TXA&M 25 Juron Criner ARIZST
26 Josh Nesbitt GTECH 26 Chris Polk WASH 26 Chad Bumphis MISSST
27 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 27 Zach Line SMU 27 Chris Matthews KENT
28 Diondre Borel UTST 28 Ray Graham PITT 28 Darvin Adams AUB
29 Kolton Browning LAMON 29 Jared Tew AFA 29 Ronald Johnson USC
30 Christian Ponder FSU 30 Daniel Herron OSU 30 Armon Binns SMU
31 Kirk Cousins MCHST 31 Deantre Lewis AZST 31 Alshon Jeffrey SCAR
32 Adam Froman LOUIS 32 Edwin Baker MSU 32 Greg Childs ARK
33 Matt Barkley USC 33 Trent Richardson ALAB 33 Kamar Jorden BGREEN
34 Austin Davis SMISS 34 LeVeon Bell MCHST 34 Keshawn Martin MICHST
35 Alex Carder WMICH 35 Stepfan Taylor STAN 35 Cody Wilson CMU
36 Geno Smith WVU 36 JJ Di Luigi BYU 36 Theo Riddick ND
37 Trent Steelman ARMY 37 Tauren Poole TENN 37 DeVier Posey OHIO ST
38 Austin Arnaud IWST 38 Cameron Marshall AZST 38 Jereme Brooks UTAH
39 Nick Foles ARIZ 39 Derrvin Speight USU 39 Roy Roundtree MICH
40 Ryan Colburn FRESN 40 Kenjon Barner OREG 40 D. Sanzenbacher OHIO ST
41 Dayne Crist ND 41 Rodney Stewart COLO 41 Juan Nunez WMU
42 BJ Daniels USF 42 Daniel Thomas KSU 42 Tavon Austin WVU
43 Chris Relf MISST 43 Shaun Draughn UNC 43 Cole Beasley SMU
44 Tyler Hanson COLO 44 Delone Carter SYRA 44 Mark Dell MICHST
45 Chandler Harnish NILL 45 Sam McGuffie RICE 45 Tandon Doss IND
46 TJ Yates UNC 46 Jacquise Terry KENTST 46 Jamel Hamler FRESNO
47 Mike Hartline KNTKY 47 Matthew Tucker TCU 47 Damaris Johnson TULSA
48 Larry Smith VANDY 48 Mikel LeShoure ILL 48 Kendall Wright BAY
49 Trevor Vittatoe UTEP 49 Alex. Robinson IWST 49 Jeremey Kerley TCU
50 Kevin Riley CAL 50 Jon. Williams ECAR 50 Owen Spencer NCST
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name
1 Michael Egnew MIZZU 1 Devin Barclay OHIOST 1 TCU
2 Lance Kendricks WISC 2 Dan Bailey OKST 2 Boise State
3 Kyle Rudolph ND 3 Kai Forbath UCLA 3 Virginia Tech
4 George Bryan NCST 4 Nate Whitaker STAN 4 Alabama
5 Rob Housler FAU 5 Grant Ressel MIZZU 5 Oregon
6 DJ Williams ARK 6 Rob Beard ORE 6 Florida  
7 Zack Pianalto UNC 7 Kyle Brotzman BOISE 7 Oklahoma State  
8 D. Dunsmore (Inj) NW 8 Philip Welch WISC 8 Connecticut  
9 David Paulson OREG 9 Blair Walsh UGA 9 Nebraska
10 Coby Fleener STAN 10 Anthony Martinez NEV 10 West Virginia
11 Jack Doyle WKU 11 Scott Enos HAW 11 Nevada
12 L. Green (Inj) ULL 12 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 12 Northwestern
13 Joe Halahuni ORG ST 13 Eric Folk WASH 13 Ohio State
14 Virgil Green NEVADA 14 Dan Conroy MICHST 14 Miami (FL)
15 Collin Franklin IW ST 15 Jake Rogers CINCY 15 Penn State
16 Brandon Barden VAND 16 Chris Hazley VTECH 16 Vanderbilt
17 Eric Lair MINN 17 Ross Evans TCU 17 Air Force
18 Dwayne Allen CLEM 18 Dakota Warren UTEP 18 NC State
19 P. Lutzenkirchen AUB 19 Thomas Weber ARIZST 19 Wisconsin
20 David Blackburn CMU 20 Wes Byrum AUB 20 Utah
21 Kyle Efaw BOISE 21 Randy Bullock TX A&M 21 Army
22 Charlie Gantt MICHST 22 Collin Wagner PSU 22 Florida State
23 Ted Bolser IND 23 Alex Henery NEB 23 South Florida
24 Ben Thayer EMU 24 Josh Czajkoiwski NCST 24 Louisville
25 Orson Charles UGA 25 Dave Teggart UCONN 25 Arkansas
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