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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 I continued my weekly surprise fantasy picks last week with an exceptional 7-5-3 record. Overall on the season I am 25-8-6 (70%). To check out last week’s picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.

QUARTERBACKS:

My QB’s of the week are: Ryan Mallett, Arkansas, Terrance Broadway, Houston and Ben Chappell, Indiana

Ryan Mallett, Alabama-While Mallett would normally not be listed here as he is not a surprise by any stretch, this week he is going against my #2 defense and last year completed just 12 of 35 passes (34%) for 161 yds in the 35-7 loss to the Crimson Tide. This year he has already thrown for 1,081 yds (70%) and has my #1 set of WR’s to throw to. Last year Alabama had 7 of the top 8 back in the secondary but this year only SS Barron had any significant starting experience. I expect Mallett and the Razorbacks to have a much better performance this year and possibly get the upset.

Terrance Broadway, Houston-Last week the Cougars not only loss their star for the season in Case Keenum (ACL) but then lost backup QB Cotton Turner (clavicle) as well in the loss to UCLA. 3rd string QB Terrance Broadway (PS#30) is just a true frosh but is very talented and the Cougars most highly touted recruit in several years. Last week in a bad situation he performed admirably with a TD pass. This week he faces an overmatched Tulane defense and will put up big numbers in his first career start.

Ben Chappell, Indiana-Chappell is one of the most underrated QB’s in the country as he is avg  274 ypg (73.8%) with a 5-0 ratio and is off a big game last week vs WKU in which the threw for 366 yds. This week he is facing an Akron defense that is allowing 455 ypg and 38 ppg. Chappell should have a career day if he plays into the 4Q.

RUNNING BACKS:

My RB’s of the week are: Ronnie Hillman, San Diego St, Ty Jones Florida St and LaMichael James, Oregon

Ronnie Hillman, San Diego St-Hillman has been one of the breakout players in the entire country with 443 yds (7.4) and 7 TD’s already. Keep in mind this is a San Diego St team that rushed for just 940 yds (78 ypg) last year as an entire team and is known more for their passing game with QB Lindley and WR’s Sampson and Brown! This week they take on a Utah St defense that allowed 230 rush yds (5.2) last week to Fresno. I expect Hillman to have another big outing and the Aztecs have an outside shot of passing last season’s entire rushing total (need 228 yds).

Ty Jones, Florida St-Jones leads the Seminoles with 220 yds (7.9) and 2 TD’s including 95 yds (6.3) last week in the win over BYU. This week Jones goes up against a Wake Forest rush D that gave up 303 yds (8.0) last week to Stanford. Jones and the Seminole offense should have an outstanding day and my computer agrees with 242 proj rush yds.

LaMichael James, Oregon-James has 360 rush yds (12.0) and 3 TD’s in just two games (susp opener) this year and will be going up against an ASU defense that looked stout in the first two games vs FCS teams but last week gave up 440 yds including 203 rush yds (4.7) in the loss to Wisconsin. James will break the 100-yd mark again and the Ducks should win comfortably.

No Brainer:

Le’Veon Bell and Edwin Baker, Michigan St-Bell and Baker have each rushed for more than 300 yds already this season and the Spartan offense will be in conservative mode without HC Dantonio and will run right at an overmatched Northern Colorado team. There is a great chance that both Bell and Baker will each top 100 yds in this one.

WIDE RECEIVERS:

My WR’s of the week are: Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma and Ronald Johnson, USC

Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma-Broyles may be the best WR in the country right now with Georgia WR Green suspended. He has 31 rec (12.3) and 3 TD’s and will be going up against a Cincinnati defense that is allowing 247 pass ypg and a 65.7% comp %. I expect Broyles and the Sooner offense to have a huge day.

Ronald Johnson, USC-Johnson has been Barkley’s main target this season with 15 rec (11.8) and 4 TD’s and this week will be facing a Washington St pass def that ranks #100 in my PDR and has given up 9 TD’s already this year. Johnson should pass the 100-yd mark and add a TD or two in this one.

DEFENSES:

My Top Defenses of the Week: Texas, Boise St and Connecticut

Texas vs UCLA-The Texas defense is allowing just 218 ypg (incl just 56 rush ypg) and last week held high-powered Texas Tech to just 176 total yds. This week they play a UCLA team that has struggled offensively but is avg 203 rush ypg (5.0). My computer projects just 8 pts and 168 total yds for the Bruins as the Longhorns will win comfortably and get ready for the Red River Rivalry next week.

Boise St vs Oregon St-Everyone always talks about the Boise St offense year in and year out and while they have great players like QB Moore, WR’s Pettis and Young and RB Martin, the Broncos defense has equally been impressive this season. Last week they held Wyoming to just -22 rush yds and this week they go up against the Rodgers brothers and Oregon St. My computer projects just 67 rush yds for the Beavers and if that happens, the Boise defense will clearly be one of the defenses of the week.

Connecticut vs Buffalo-The Husky defense has been average so far this season but this week face a Buffalo offense that is avg just 8 ppg in their two games against FBS teams as the Bulls are moving from a run dominant offense LY under former HC Gill to a spread offense under new HC Quinn. My computer projects just 258 yds and 11 pts for the Bulls as the Huskies get back to their winning ways this week after the loss to Temple last week.

Upset of the Week: (2-1 TY with near winner last week w/Notre Dame):

Notre Dame over #16 Stanford

Even though last week the Irish came up just short as my upset of the week, this week I am going right back with them. Last year Notre Dame blew a 8 pt 4Q lead that snapped a 8-game winning streak vs the Cardinal. Last week was no different as the Irish again blew a 4Q lead and lost a heartbreaker to MSU on a fake FG in OT to fall to 1-2. The Cardinal have been impressive on both sides of the ball this year as a week after shutting out UCLA 35-0, the offense put 68 pts on Wake Forest last week. QB Luck led them on 8 scoring drives in his 8 possessions including a 56 yd TD run. The Cardinal have outscored their first 3 opp’s by a 52-14 margin but have lost 7 str in South Bend (L/win in ’92) and the Irish sooner or later will learn to how to win the close games (0-6 in their L/6 decided by a TD or less). This week they get over the hump.

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 4 Rankings

Week 4 Player Rankings

Week Four in college football is upon us.  The last week where we’ll see a large number of non-conference games. Most teams, namely from the Big Ten, have elected to schedule a tune-up game before conference play begins. Leaving plenty of opportunity for fantasy owners to take advantage of matchups, at least for one more week.

Visit CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for more player rankings and projections.

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Denard Robinson, MICH vs BGSU 1) Ronnie Hillman, SDST vs UTST
2) Colin Kaepernick, NEV @ BYU 2) Lance Dunbar, NOTX @ FAU
3) Taylor Martinez, NEB vs SDKST 3) Vai Taua, NEV @ BYU
4) Kellen Moore, BOST vs ORST 4) Alfred Morris, FAU vs NOTX
5) Landry Jones, OKLA @ CIN 5) Tauren Poole, TENN vs UAB
6) B.J. Daniels, SOFL vs WKTY 6) Willie Geter, BGSU @ MICH
7) Andrew Luck, STAN @ ND 7) DeMarco Murray, OKLA @ CIN
8) Terrelle Pryor, OSU vs EMCH 8) Adam Robinson, IOWA vs BLST
9) Bryant Moniz, HAW vs CHASO 9) Keith Payne, VA vs VMI
10) G.J. Kinne, TULSA vs CARK 10) Brandon Saine, OSU vs EMCH
11) Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP vs MEM 11) J.J. Di Luigi, BYU vs NEV
12) Christian Ponder, FSU vs WFST 12) Doug Martin, BOST vs ORST
13) Matt Barkley, USC @ WAST 13) Edwin Baker, MIST vs NCOL
14) Cameron Newton, AUB vs SOCAR 14) Alexander Robinson, IWST vs NIOWA
15) Ryan Aplin, AKST @ TROY 15) Orleans Darkwa, TUL @ HOU
16) Kolton Browning, LAMO vs SELA 16) DuJuan Harris, TROY vs AKST
17) Robert Griffin, BAY @ RICE 17) Le’Veon Bell, MIST vs NCOL
18) Dan Persa, NWU vs CMCH 18) Demetris Murray, SOFL vs WKTY
19) Andy Dalton, TCU @ SMU 19) Perry Jones, VA vs VMI
20) Blaine Gabbert, MO vs MIOH 20) Asher Clark, AF @ WY
21) Austen Arnaud, IWST vs NIOWA 21) LaMichael James, ORE @ AZST
22) Ben Chappell, IND vs AKRN 22) Jared Tew, AF @ WY
23) Austin Davis, SMISS @ LATC 23) Sam McGuffie, RICE vs BAY
24) Corey Robinson, TROY vs AKST 24) John Clay, WIS vs AUPY
25) Terrance Broadway, HOU vs TUL 25) Rex Burkhead, NEB vs SDKST
26) Zach Collaros, CIN vs OKLA 26) Chris Thompson, FSU vs WFST
27) Ryan Nassib, SYR vs COLGT 27) James Sims, KAN vs NMSU
28) Jacory Harris, MIA @ PITT 28) Daniel Thomas, KNST vs CFLA
29) Diondre Borel, UTST @ SDST 29) Delone Carter, SYR vs COLGT
30) Tyrod Taylor, VATC @ BC 30) Darius Willis, IND vs AKRN
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Ryan Broyles, OKLA @ CIN 1) Michael Egnew, MO vs MIOH
2) Jereme Brooks, UTAH vs SJST 2) Lance Kendricks, WIS vs AUPY
3) Austin Pettis, BOST vs ORST 3) Drake Dunsmore, NWU vs CMCH
4) Kris Adams, UTEP vs MEM 4) Kyle Rudolph, ND vs STAN
5) Torrey Smith, MYLD vs FIU 5) Charlie Gantt, MIST vs NCOL
6) Luther Ambrose, LAMO vs SELA 6) Nick Provo, SYR vs COLGT
7) Ronald Johnson, USC @ WAST 7) Ladarius Green, LALF vs MDTN
8) Jeremy Kerley, TCU @ SMU 8) Ted Bolser, IND vs AKRN
9) Chris Owusu, STAN @ ND 9) Chris Pantale, BC vs VATC
10) T.J. Moe, MO vs MIOH 10) Collin Franklin, IWST vs NIOWA
11) Leonard Hankerson, MIA @ PITT 11) Joe Torchia, VA vs VMI
12) Titus Young, BOST vs ORST 12) Preston Dial, ALA @ ARK
13) Cody Wilson, CMCH @ NWU 13) Tommy Gallarda, BOST vs ORST
14) Kealoha Pilares, HAW vs CHASO 14) Mike McNeill, NEB vs SDKST
15) Damarlo Belcher, IND vs AKRN 15) Malachi Lewis, ORE @ AZST
16) Darvin Adams, AUB vs SOCAR 16) Chase Ford, MIA @ PITT
17) Kris Burd, VA vs VMI 17) Barrett Matthews, TEX vs UCLA
18) Randall Cobb, KTKY @ FLA 18) Jonathan Massey, SMISS @ LATC
19) Greg Salas, HAW vs CHASO 19) Luke Stocker, TENN vs UAB
20) Lester Jean, FAU vs NOTX 20) Rob Housler, FAU vs NOTX
21) James Cleveland, HOU vs TUL 21) Kyle Adams, PUR vs TOL
22) Phillip Payne, UNLV vs NMEX 22) Jordan Aumiller, KTKY @ FLA
23) Jarrett Boykin, VATC @ BC 23) Rhett Ellison, USC @ WAST
24) Keshawn Martin, MIST vs NCOL 24) Luke Wilson, RICE vs BAY
25) Jeremy Ebert, NWU vs CMCH 25) D.J. Williams, ARK vs ALA
26) Cortez Smith, PUR vs TOL 26) Allen Reisner, IOWA vs BLST
27) Dwayne Frampton, AKST @ TROY 27) Logan Brock, TCU @ SMU
28) Antavious Wilson, MRSH vs OHIO 28) Jake Stoneburner, OSU vs EMCH
29) Damaris Johnson, TULSA vs CARK 29) Brad Taylor, BAY @ RICE
30) Marvin Jones, CAL @ ARZ 30) Virgil Green, NEV @ BYU
Kickers Defenses
1) Kyle Brotzman, BOST vs ORST 1) Nebraska, NEB vs SDKST
2) Scott Enos, HAW vs CHASO 2) Ohio St, OSU vs EMCH
3) Michael Taylor, TROY vs AKST 3) Texas, TEX vs UCLA
4) Dustin Hopkins, FSU vs WFST 4) Utah, UTAH vs SJST
5) Grant Ressel, MO vs MIOH 5) Iowa, IOWA vs BLST
6) Kevin Fitzpatrick, TULSA vs CARK 6) Wisconsin, WIS vs AUPY
7) Devin Barclay, OSU vs EMCH 7) Syracuse, SYR vs COLGT
8) Daniel Lincoln, TENN vs UAB 8) Virginia, VA vs VMI
9) Matt Hogan, HOU vs TUL 9) Miami (Fla), MIA @ PITT
10) Philip Welch, WIS vs AUPY 10) Tennessee, TENN vs UAB
11) Grant Mahoney, IWST vs NIOWA 11) Idaho, IDAH @ COST
12) Wes Byrum, AUB vs SOCAR 12) Michigan St, MIST vs NCOL
13) Eric Schwartz, SOFL vs WKTY 13) Marshall, MRSH vs OHIO
14) Bobby Zalud, AKST @ TROY 14) South Fla, SOFL vs WKTY
15) Anthony Martinez, NEV @ BYU 15) West Virginia, WVU @ LSU
16) Aaron Jones, BAY @ RICE 16) Southern Miss, SMISS @ LATC
17) Dan Conroy, MIST vs NCOL 17) Penn St, PSU vs TEMP
18) Bryan Wright, BGSU @ MICH 18) Virginia Tech, VATC @ BC
19) Stefan Demos, NWU vs CMCH 19) UNC, UNC vs RUT
20) Erik Soderberg, AF @ WY 20) Florida St, FSU vs WFST
21) Joe Phillips, UTAH vs SJST 21) Iowa St, IWST vs NIOWA
22) Nick Freeland, IND vs AKRN 22) Kansas, KAN vs NMSU
23) Tyler Bitancurt, WVU @ LSU 23) Oklahoma, OKLA @ CIN
24) Ross Evans, TCU @ SMU 24) Georgia, GA @ MSU
25) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS @ LATC 25) Mississippi St, MSU vs GA
26) Justin Tucker, TEX vs UCLA 26) USC, USC @ WAST
27) Brendan Gibbons, MICH vs BGSU 27) Connecticut, UCONN vs BUFF
28) Travis Baltz, MYLD vs FIU 28) Rutgers, RUT @ UNC
29) Alan Gendreau, MDTN vs LALF 29) Purdue, PUR vs TOL
30) Trey Farquhar, IDAH @ COST 30) Indiana, IND vs AKRN

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 4

Sneaky Plays – Week 4

By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The fourth week of the college football season is 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 4.

Quarterbacks

Ben Chappell QB Indiana vs. Akron:
Chappell is coming off a huge performance last week where he threw for 366 yards and 3 scores against Western Kentucky. He has a friendly match up this week as the Zips of Akron come to town. He has 2 talented wide outs at his disposal and should have no problem lighting up a Zips secondary which ranks 95th in the country against the pass. Expect another 300 yard effort with 3 scores likely.

Sean Renfree QB Duke vs. Army:
This Dukie is coming off a bad day against Alabama, but who doesn’t have a bad day against Bama. He posted over 350 yards passing in each of his other two games this season and could do so again this week against the Cadets. We expect the Duke passing game to get back on track this week and Renfree could make a nice fill in QB in many leagues.

Christian Ponder QB Florida State vs. Wake Forest:
Ponder has been a fantasy disappointment thus far in 2010, but the Deacons might be just the right cure for him to snap out of that funk. Wake Forest just got lit up by Andrew Luck and Stanford and ranks an abysmal 111th against the pass and gives up just shy of 300 yards per game. Ponder and the Noles should look much better passing the ball this week.

Kolton Browning QB Louisiana Monroe vs. Southeastern Louisiana:
This youngster may have had a coming out party last week when he accounted for 350 total yards and 2 scores in a loss to Arkansas State. He has good rushing ability as shown by his 83 yards on the ground and should find it smooth sailing against SE Louisiana in Week 4.


Running Backs

Adam Robinson RB Iowa vs. Ball State:
With the injury to Jewel Hampton last week, the door is open for Robinson to be a workhorse this week against Ball State. The Hawkeyes will probably look to take out some frustration on the Cardinals and that should include a heavy dose of Mr. Robinson. Fantasy owners could easily see 120 yards and 2 scores this week.

Le’Veon Bell RB Michigan State vs. Northern Colorado:
This freshman has been extremely impressive so far in 2010, and should continue that trend this week against Northern Colorado. While he is not starting, he is still seeing an adequate numbers of carries and has chalked up two 100-yard efforts in the first 3 weeks of this season. Another 100-yard day and a score seem to be on the horizon for this talented youngster.

David Wilson RB Virginia Tech vs. Boston College:
It looks like this is the time for this highly touted kid to show his wares as he is expected to see a bunch of carries in relief of the injured starter, Ryan Williams. The reports have been glowing about Wilson and now he will get to be a big part of the Hokies offense as they face BC. He will presumably share carries with Darren Evans this week, but the potential is there for a big game from Wilson.

Doug Martin RB Boise State vs. Oregon State:
Martin seems to have separated himself from the other Broncos backs and could be in line for a nice night against Oregon State. The Beavers have been bad versus the run this year, as their 110th ranking would suggest. It could get ugly on the blue turf on Saturday night and Martin could find some nice lanes to run through all night long.

Wide Receivers

Jeremy Kerley WR TCU vs. SMU
:
Kerley is coming off his best game of the year in which he caught two touchdown passes and added 49 yards on the ground. This week he faces an SMU pass defense that ranks 100th in the nation and has been shaky so far this season. He could easily find the end zone again this week and maybe multiple times to boot.

Cortez Smith WR Purdue vs. Toledo:
With star wide out Keith Smith out for the season, the Boilers are looking for someone to step up; and Smith just might be that guy. He recorded 117 yards receiving and 2 scores last week in a win versus Ball State. He should feast on a Toledo secondary that has been pathetic this season giving up 317 yards per game through the air.

Mike Davis WR Texas vs. UCLA:
This true freshman has quickly become a top target for the Long Horns when they put the ball in the air. He is averaging 6.5 receptions over the past two weeks and is getting more involved in the offense each week. The Bruins defense has been solid so far, but Davis could still have a productive day in Austin.

DJ Woods WR Cincinnati vs. Oklahoma:
Most fantasy owners expected Armon Binns to be the main pass catching threat for the Bearcats in 2010, but Woods has emerged as the go to guy in Cincy. He is coming off a monster game of 146 yards and 2 scores in a loss to NC State. He is averaging almost 6 receptions per game in 2010 and could get a ton of targets while Cincinnati plays from behind this week against the Sooners.

Jake Stoneburner TE Ohio State vs. Eastern Michigan:
Stoneburner is coming off a 5 catch and 1 score performance against Ohio. He has the speed to get downfield and seems to be a favorite target of Terrelle Pryor. With the thin TE options this year, this kid could really pay big dividends.

Sneaky Play Defenses
Michigan State vs. Northern Colorado
Wisconsin vs. Austin Peay
Virginia vs. VMI
USC vs. Washington State
Syracuse vs. Colgate
Tulsa vs. Central Arkansas
South Florida vs. Western Kentucky
Good luck to everyone in Week 4 and always remember to enjoy the games and have fun!


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CollegeFootballGeek.com’s 2010 College Fantasy Football Player Rankings – Week 4

QUARTERBACKS RUNNING BACKS WIDE RECEIVERS
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Denard Robinson MICH 1 Daniel Thomas KANST 1 Ryan Broyles OKLA
2 Colin Kaepernick NEV 2 Lance Dunbar NTEX 2 Austin Pettis BOISE
3 Taylor Martinez NEB 3 Jordan Todman CONN 3 Ronald Johnson USC
4 Kellen Moore BOISE 4 DeMarco Murray OKLA 4 Chris Owusu STAN
5 Terrelle Pryor OHST 5 Vai Taua NEV 5 Damaris Johnson TULSA
6 Robert Griffin BAY 6 John Clay WISC 6 Greg Salas HAW
7 Andrew Luck STAN 7 LaMichael James OREG 7 Titus Young BOISE
8 Bryant Moniz HAW 8 Adam Robinson IOWA 8 Jereme Brooks UTAH
9 GJ Kinne TULSA 9 Ronnie Hillman SDST 9 TJ Moe MIZZU
10 Landry Jones OKLA 10 Mark Ingram ALAB 10 Lester Jean FAU
11 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 11 Bobby Rainey WKEN 11 Jerrel Jernigan TROY
12 Dan Persa NW 12 Shane Vereen CAL 12 Kealoha Pilares HAW
13 Diondre Borel UTST 13 Alfred Morris FAU 13 D. Frampton ARKST
14 Andy Dalton TCU 14 Tauren Poole TENN 14 Damarlo Belcher IND
15 BJ Daniels USF 15 Donald Buckram UTEP 15 Kamar Jorden BGREEN
16 Matt Barkley USC 16 JJ DiLuigi BYU 16 Michael Floyd ND
17 Ben Chappell IND 17 Ed Wesley TCU 17 Vincent Brown SDST
18 Christian Ponder FSU 18 Noel Devine WVU 18 Mohamed Sanu RUT
19 Ryan Aplin ARKST 19 Marcus Lattimore SCAR 19 Conner Vernon DUKE
20 Russell Wilson NCST 20 Bryce Beall HOU 20 DJ Woods CINCY
21 Kolton Browning ULM 21 Alex. Robinson IWST 21 Kris Adams UTEP
22 Sean Renfree DUKE 22 Darius Willis IND 22 DeVier Posey OSU
23 Josh Nesbitt GTECH 23 Doug Martin BOISE 23 Jeremy Ebert NW
24 Corey Robinson TROY 24 Keith Payne ILLI 24 Armand Robinson MIA-OH
25 Dayne Crist ND 25 Jacquizz Rodgers OREST 25 Leo. Hankerson MIAMI
26 Darron Thomas OREG 26 Delone Carter SYRC 26 Randall Cobb KENT
27 Austin Davis SMISS 27 Edwin Baker MCHST 27 Luthur Ambrose LA-MON
28 Ryan Lindley SDSU 28 Trent Richardson ALAB 28 Tandon Doss IND
29 Kirk Cousins MICHST 29 Montel Harris BC 29 Jeremy Kerley TCU
30 Cam Newton AUB 30 Dion Lewis PITT 30 Van Chew SYRA
31 Jeff Van Camp FAU 31 Leveon Bell MICHST 31 Cody Wilson CMU
32 Trevor Vittatoe UTEP 32 David Wilson VTECH 32 Alshon Jeffery SCAR
33 Jacory Harris MIAMI 33 Brandon Saine OHST 33 James Cleveland HOU
34 Zach Collaros CIN 34 Allen Bradford USC 34 Cortez Smith PURD
35 Ryan Nassib SYRA 35 Gregory Ray MEM 35 Rodney Bradley HAW
36 Ryan Mallett ARK 36 Princeton McCarty IDAHO 36 James Rodgers ORG ST
37 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 37 James Sims KAN 37 Darvin Adams AUB
38 Nick Foles ARIZ 38 DuJuan Harris TROY 38 Kris Burd UVA
39 T. Broadway HOU 39 Princeton McCarty IDAHO 39 DeAndre Brown SMISS
40 Kevin Riley CAL 40 Roy Helu NEB 40 Marvin Jones CAL
41 Tim Jefferson AFA 41 Anthony Allen GTECH 41 Eric Page TOL
42 Jeremiah Masoli MISS 42 Willie Geter BG 42 Phillip Payne IND
43 Scott Tolzien WISC 43 Michael Shaw MICH 43 Torrey Smith MARY
44 Jordan Webb KAN 44 Paris Cotton CMICH 44 De. Christopher UTAH
45 John Brantley FLOR 45 Bernard Pierce TEMP 45 Russell Shepard LSU
46 Robert Marve PURD 46 Derrick Locke KENT 46 Dem. Sampson SDST
47 Jake Heaps BYU 47 Jeff Demps FLA 47 Armon Binns CINCY
48 Garrett Gilbert TEXAS 48 Phillip Tanner MTEN 48 Jonathan Baldwin PITT
49 Geno Smith WVU 49 Michael Hayes HOU 49 Joe Adams ARK
50 Zac Dysert MIA-OH 50 Monte Ball WISC 50 Keshawn Martin MICHST
TIGHT ENDS KICKERS DEFENSES
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name
1 Michael Egnew MIZZU 1 Grant Ressel MIZZU 1 Nebraska
2 Kyle Rudolph ND 2 Devin Barclay OHIO ST 2 Ohio State
3 Ladarius Green ULL 3 Alex Henery NEB 3 Iowa
4 Drake Dunsmore NW 4 Philip Welch WISC 4 Utah
5 Lance Kendricks WISC 5 Blair Walsh UGA 5 Wisconsin
6 Daniel Hardy IDAHO 6 Nate Whitaker STAN 6 Texas
7 Virgil Green NEVADA 7 Kyle Brotzman BOISE 7 Tennessee
8 George Bryan NCST 8 Joe Phillips UTAH 8 Virginia
9 Zack Pianalto UNC 9 Stefan Demos NW 9 Syracuse
10 Collin Franklin IW ST 10 Ross Evans TCU 10 USC
11 Ted Bolser IND 11 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 11 Michigan State
12 DJ Williams ARK 12 Will Snyderwine DUKE 12 TCU
13 Luke Stocker TENN 13 T. Mossbrucker IOWA 13 South Florida
14 Joe Torchia UVA 14 Dan Conroy MICH ST 14 Connecticut
15 Rhett Ellison USC 15 Erik Soderberg AFA 15 Miami (FL)
16 Joe Halahuni ORG ST 16 Michael Taylor TROY 16 Missouri
17 Jordan Reed FLOR 17 Rob Beard OREG 17 Oregon
18 Allen Reisner IOWA 18 Matt Hogan HOU 18 Air Force
19 Luke Wilson RICE 19 Justin Tucker TEXAS 19 Tulsa
20 Charlie Gantt MICHST 20 Patrick O’Hara OKLA 20 Penn State
21 Coby Fleener STAN 21 Alan Gendreau MTSU 21 Idaho
22 Jake Stoneburner OH ST 22 Josh Jasper LSU 22 Boise State
23 Preston Dial ALAB 23 Caleb Sturgis FLOR 23 Oklahoma
24 Chris Pantale BC 24 Trey Farquhar IDAHO 24 Maryland
25 Nick Provo SYRA 25 Colin Wagner PSU 25 Michigan
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
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