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Week 12 Surprise College Fantasy Picks!

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 an incredible 11-1 record including five Big Winners! How about Tennessee QB Tyler Bray who has given me two straight winners avg 324 pass ypg (55%) with an 8-0 ratio in his first two starts! Also last week Tulane RB Orleans Darkwa not only ran for 113 yds but also threw 2 TD passes! Overall on the season I am 83-33-17 (72%). To check out last week’s picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.

QUARTERBACKS:

My QB’s of the week are: Tyler Bray, Tennessee, GJ Kinne, Tulsa and Ryan Aplin, Arkansas St

Tyler Bray, Tennessee-If you have been reading this blog the last couple of weeks you will know that I am no “Johnny Come Lately” to the Bray Bandwagon with him delivering two big wins for me here the last couple of weeks avg 324 pass ypg (55%) with an 8-0 ratio in his first two starts! This week he takes on a Vanderbilt defense that has allowed at least 480 ttl yds in its last 5 gms and is just #105 in my pass defense ranking giving up 240 ypg (65%) with a 16-7 ratio. I’ll call for Bray to have another big day as the Vols win their 3rd straight gm.

GJ Kinne, Tulsa-Kinne has appeared many times in this blog and has delivered me three wins this season. He has been one of the major reasons for Tulsa’s current 4 game winning streak and is avg 258 ypg (60%) with a 22-9 ratio this season. He also leads the Golden Hurricane in rushing with 456 (4.1) and 5 TD’s. Last week he beat Houston with his legs running for 190 yds (6.1) while adding 154 pass yds!  This week he takes on a UTEP defense that has given up 500+ yds to three-high powered offenses this year (Houston, UAB and Arkansas) and my computer calls for 291 yds rushing and 238 yds passing for Tulsa with Kinne easily topping the 300 ttl yd mark in this one!

Ryan Aplin, Arkansas St-Aplin has been solid for the Red Wolves this season avg 263 pass ypg (61%) with an 18-10 ratio. This week he takes on a Navy defense that has allowed 300+ yds passing the last 3 weeks and 250+ the L/6. The Midshipmen rank just #106 in my pass defense rankings and my computer calls for Aplin to pass for 273 yds and I’ll call for him to get close to 300 pass yds in this one as Arkansas St keeps it close.

RUNNING BACKS:

My RB’s of the week are: Montel Harris, Boston College, Marc Tyler, USC and Rodney Stewart, Colorado

Montel Harris, Boston College-With the shuffling of QBs this season, Harris has been the mainstay for the Eagles offense with 1,128 rush yds (4.6) and 7 TD. He is coming off 5 str 100+ yd games and this week takes on a Virginia defense that is giving up 202 rush ypg (5.1). The Eagles know Harris is their “ticket” to getting to bowl eligibility for a 12th str season and I expect him to get 100+ yds in this one.

Marc Tyler, USC-Tyler had a career-high last week with 161 rush yds (5.2) and a TD in the win over Arizona and leads the Trojans with 795 rush yds (5.9) and 9 TD’s this season. This week he faces an Oregon St defense that arguably had one of the worst performances by a rush defense this year last week as they allowed 221 yds to a pass-happy Wash St team. One of Oregon St’s key DL will be out this week and I’ll call for Tyler to top the 100-yd mark again this week as he gets closer to 1,000 yds this year.

Rodney Stewart, Colorado-Last week I took Stewart in this blog and he delivered with 123 rush yds and topped the 1,000 yd mark on the year. This week he faces a Kansas St run defense that is allowing 200 rush ypg (5.2). My computer calls for 187 rush yds for Colorado and I think Stewart tops the 100-yd mark for the 3rd str game.

WIDE RECEIVERS:

My WR’s of the week are: Armon Binns, Cincinnati, Roy Roundtree, Michigan and Dwayne Frampton, Arkansas St

Armon Binns, Cincinnati-Binns leads the Bearcats with 57 rec (14.5) and 9 TD’s and was the lone bright spot last week with 10 rec (11.5) in the loss to West Virginia. This week takes on my #91 pass defense in Rutgers which is giving up 243 pass ypg. The Bearcats are in a desperate mode having to win their final 3 games to earn a bowl bid and my computer calls for 310 pass yds for the Bearcats. I think Binns could top the 100-yd mark in this one.

Roy Roundtree, Michigan-Roundtree leads the Wolverines with 51 rec (14.3) and 5 TD’s which is 200 yds and 20 more rec than the #2 rec. This week my computer calls for 255 pass yds for the Wolverines as they will try and be more balanced this week going up against a solid Wisconsin run defense. I’ll call for Roundtree to grab 6 or 7 passes in this one and add a TD as there should be a lot of offensive fireworks in Ann Arbor this weekend.

Dwayne Frampton, Arkansas St-Frampton leads the Red Wolves with 62 rec (10.8) and 6 TD’s which is 30 more rec than the #2 rec. This week he takes on a Navy defense that has allowed 300+ pass yds the past 3 weeks and I’ll call for him to easily get 6 or 7 rec and close in on the 100-yd mark as Arkansas St will be very competitive.

DEFENSES:

My Top Defenses of the Week: Clemson, Michigan St and Tennessee

Clemson vs Wake Forest-The Tigers have been pretty solid defensively TY allowing 336 ttl ypg. Their rush defense has held 4 of its L/6 including their L/2 opponents to under 100 yds rushing. This week they take on a Wake Forest offense that is really struggling and after posting 500+ yds in their first two games this year have been held to under 300 yds in 6 of its L/8 gms. The L/3 weeks they have been held to an avg of 210 ypg and this week my computer calls for just 9 pts and 264 total yds for the Demon Deacons as the Tigers clinch bowl eligibility.

Michigan St vs Purdue-This will be an emotional Senior Day for the Spartans as they have had their best season in years and it will be the final home game for All-American LB Greg Jones. Led by Jones, the Spartans have been solid allowing just 19 ppg and 321 ypg this year. This week coming off a bye they get a Purdue team that has been hit hard by injuries and last against the worst defense in the league (Michigan) were only able to muster 256 yds and 9 pts (7 came from a 94 yd IR TD). This week my computer calls for just 7 pts and 203 yds for the Boilers as the Spartans get to DD wins for the first time since 1999.

Tennessee vs Vanderbilt-The Vols defense is allowing 413 ttl ypg this year vs FBS opponents but they have improved the last couple of weeks allowing 14 ppg and 302 ttl ypg in their B2B blowouts over Memphis and Mississippi. This week they get a struggling Vanderbilt offense that is avg 280 ttl ypg this year and has been held to under 250 yds in 4 of their L/5 gms. This week my computer calls for just 17 pts and 283 yds for the Commodores and if the Vols defense can hold them to that yardage total it will be their best performance this season against FBS teams.

Upset of the Week: 2 str upsets L/2 weeks with Navy over East Carolina and Colorado over Iowa St!

Colorado over Kansas St

Colorado was my upset pick of the week last week and they delivered in interim HC Cabral’s debut by dominating the LOS with 8 sks and held Iowa St to -6 yds rushing. Their QB Hawkins is avg 262 ypg (54%) with a 9-2 ratio since coming off the bench against Texas Tech. This week in their final home game they get a Kansas St run defense that is allowing 200 rush ypg (5.2). That does not bode well going up against CU RB Stewart who has 1,026 rush yds (4.4) and 8 TD’s already this season. I’ll call for the Buffs to get another emotional win in their final home game and stay in contention for a bowl.


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 12 Rankings

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Colin Kaepernick, NEV vs NMSU 1) Bobby Rainey, WKTY vs MDTN
2) Dominique Davis, ECU @ RICE 2) Vai Taua, NEV vs NMSU
3) G.J. Kinne, TULSA vs UTEP 3) Marcus Lattimore, SOCAR vs TROY
4) Bryant Moniz, HAW vs SJST 4) Montel Harris, BC vs VA
5) Kyle Padron, SMU vs MRSH 5) Mark Ingram, ALA vs GAST
6) Alex Carder, WMCH vs KENT 6) Kendall Hunter, OKST @ KAN
7) Taylor Potts, TXTC vs WEBST 7) Marc Tyler, USC @ ORST
8) Austin Davis, SMISS vs HOU 8) Alexander Teich, NAVY vs AKST
9) Bryan Ellis, UAB vs MEM 9) Mikel LeShoure, ILL @ NWU
10) Ricky Dobbs, NAVY vs AKST 10) Jay Finley, BAY vs OKLA
11) Stephen Garcia, SOCAR vs TROY 11) Montee Ball, WIS @ MICH
12) Brandon Weeden, OKST @ KAN 12) Lance Dunbar, NOTX @ LAMO
13) Kellen Moore, BOST vs FRST 13) Daniel Thomas, KNST @ COL
14) Tyler Bray, TENN @ VNDY 14) Edwin Baker, MIST vs PUR
15) Landry Jones, OKLA @ BAY 15) DeMarco Murray, OKLA @ BAY
16) Matt Barkley, USC @ ORST 16) Chad Spann, NIU @ BLST
17) Robert Griffin, BAY vs OKLA 17) Alex Green, HAW vs SJST
18) Greg McElroy, ALA vs GAST 18) Adonis Thomas, TOL vs BGSU
19) Ryan Aplin, AKST @ NAVY 19) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST vs USC
20) Denard Robinson, MICH vs WIS 20) Sam McGuffie, RICE vs ECU
21) Russell Wilson, NCST @ UNC 21) Rodney Stewart, COL vs KNST
22) Ryan Mallett, ARK @ MSU 22) Cyrus Gray, TXAM vs NEB
23) Blaine Gabbert, MO @ IWST 23) Anthony Allen, GTCH vs DUKE
24) Garrett Gilbert, TEX vs FAU 24) Jamie Harper, CLEM @ WFST
25) Corey Robinson, TROY @ SOCAR 25) J.J. Di Luigi, BYU vs NMEX
26) Chandler Harnish, NIU @ BLST 26) Tauren Poole, TENN @ VNDY
27) Jake Heaps, BYU vs NMEX 27) Zach Line, SMU vs MRSH
28) David Piland, HOU @ SMISS 28) James White, WIS @ MICH
29) Taylor Martinez, NEB @ TXAM 29) Baron Batch, TXTC vs WEBST
30) Nathan Enderle, IDAH @ UTST 30) Doug Martin, BOST vs FRST
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Greg Salas, HAW vs SJST 1) Jordan Reed, FLA vs APST
2) Jordan White, WMCH vs KENT 2) Vance McDonald, RICE vs ECU
3) Justin Blackmon, OKST @ KAN 3) Luke Wilson, RICE vs ECU
4) T.Y. Hilton, FIU @ LALF 4) Joe Halahuni, ORST vs USC
5) Ryan Broyles, OKLA @ BAY 5) Michael Egnew, MO @ IWST
6) Dwayne Harris, ECU @ RICE 6) Lee Smith, MRSH @ SMU
7) Lyle Leong, TXTC vs WEBST 7) Lucas Reed, NMEX @ BYU
8) Aldrick Robinson, SMU vs MRSH 8) D.J. Williams, ARK @ MSU
9) Luke Ashworth, BYU vs NMEX 9) Jeffery Anderson, UAB vs MEM
10) Lance Lewis, ECU @ RICE 10) Lance Kendricks, WIS @ MICH
11) Detron Lewis, TXTC vs WEBST 11) Cody Sparks, TUL vs CFLA
12) Julio Jones, ALA vs GAST 12) Alex Jackson, TEMP vs OHIO
13) Chris Rainey, FLA vs APST 13) Jonathan Faucher, FIU @ LALF
14) Nick Harwell, MIOH @ AKRN 14) Donnie Crosby, TROY @ SOCAR
15) Damaris Johnson, TULSA vs UTEP 15) Jerome Jones, TOL vs BGSU
16) Alshon Jeffery, SOCAR vs TROY 16) Collin Franklin, IWST vs MO
17) Juan Nunez, WMCH vs KENT 17) Ladarius Green, LALF vs FIU
18) Roy Roundtree, MICH vs WIS 18) Cooper Helfet, DUKE @ GTCH
19) Kris Adams, UTEP @ TULSA 19) Tyler Eifert, ND vs ARMY
20) Markus Wheaton, ORST vs USC 20) Nick Provo, SYR vs UCONN
21) Denarius Moore, TENN @ VNDY 21) Kyle Nelson, NMSU @ NEV
22) Paul Richardson, COL vs KNST 22) Kyler Reed, NEB @ TXAM
23) Derek Moye, PSU @ IND 23) Luke Stocker, TENN @ VNDY
24) Vincent Brown, SDST vs UTAH 24) Kellen Bartlett, UTST vs IDAH
25) Armon Binns, CIN vs RUT 25) Brandon Barden, VNDY vs TENN
26) Mike Jones, UAB vs MEM 26) Preston Dial, ALA vs GAST
27) Eric Page, TOL vs BGSU 27) Danny Noble, TOL vs BGSU
28) Leonard Hankerson, MIA vs VATC 28) Paul Freedman, VA @ BC
29) Patrick Edwards, HOU @ SMISS 29) Drake Dunsmore, NWU vs ILL
30) Titus Young, BOST vs FRST 30) Tim Biere, KAN vs OKST
Kickers Defenses
1) Philip Welch, WIS @ MICH 1) Alabama, ALA vs GAST
2) Spencer Lanning, SOCAR vs TROY 2) Clemson, CLEM @ WFST
3) Josh Jasper, LSU vs MISS 3) Michigan St, MIST vs PUR
4) Dan Bailey, OKST @ KAN 4) Florida, FLA vs APST
5) Jeremy Shelley, ALA vs GAST 5) Stanford, STAN @ CAL
6) Alex Henery, NEB @ TXAM 6) Texas, TEX vs FAU
7) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS vs HOU 7) Pittsburgh, PITT @ SOFL
8) Derek Dimke, ILL @ NWU 8) Cincinnati, CIN vs RUT
9) Alex Carlton, ARMY @ ND 9) NC State, NCST @ UNC
10) Scott Enos, HAW vs SJST 10) LSU, LSU vs MISS
11) Mitch Payne, BYU vs NMEX 11) Boise St, BOST vs FRST
12) Anthony Martinez, NEV vs NMSU 12) South Carolina, SOCAR vs TROY
13) Will Snyderwine, DUKE @ GTCH 13) Air Force, AF @ UNLV
14) Ross Krautman, SYR vs UCONN 14) Texas Tech, TXTC vs WEBST
15) Ian McGarvey, BLST vs NIU 15) Syracuse, SYR vs UCONN
16) Mitch Ewald, IND vs PSU 16) Miami (Ohio), MIOH @ AKRN
17) Joe Buckley, NAVY vs AKST 17) Buffalo, BUFF vs EMCH
18) Josh Zahn, UAB vs MEM 18) Utah, UTAH @ SDST
19) Matt Williams, TXTC vs WEBST 19) West Virginia, WVU @ LOU
20) Kevin Fitzpatrick, TULSA vs UTEP 20) Louisville, LOU vs WVU
21) Casey Barth, UNC vs NCST 21) Illinois, ILL @ NWU
22) Joe Houston, USC @ ORST 22) Missouri, MO @ IWST
23) Erik Folk, WASH vs UCLA 23) Miami (Fla), MIA vs VATC
24) Peter Caldwell, UTST vs IDAH 24) Virginia Tech, VATC @ MIA
25) Casey Tinius, WKTY vs MDTN 25) Ohio St, OSU @ IOWA
26) Jack Griffin, FIU @ LALF 26) Boston College, BC vs VA
27) Matt Szymanski, SMU vs MRSH 27) Connecticut, UCONN @ SYR
28) Maikon Bonani, SOFL vs PITT 28) Oklahoma St, OKST @ KAN
29) Michael Taylor, TROY @ SOCAR 29) UCF, CFLA @ TUL
30) Dave Teggart, UCONN @ SYR 30) UAB, UAB vs MEM

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 12

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 12
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The twelfth week of the college football season is already here and there may be some owners looking for some under the radar fantasy options. In many leagues this week is the first week of the playoffs, so it is even more important to find that “gem” to use in your lineup. Check out who we think could fill in nicely for fantasy teams in Week 12.

Quarterbacks

Tyler Bray QB Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt:
This freshman has stepped in and had two outstanding outings in the past two weeks. He has thrown for 324 yards per game and 8 touchdown passes over that time period. The Vols have been throwing the ball often with Bray under center and this week he gets to feast on the Commodores and their 95th ranked pass defense. Expect another solid outing from this youngster this week

Collin Klein QB Kansas State vs. Colorado:
Klein is splitting time with Carson Coffman as the K-State quarterback, but has still posted big rushing numbers over the past two weeks. He has rushed for 268 yards and 2 scores over the past two games and could find some nice success again this week against Colorado. The Buffs ranks 81st in total defense and give up quite a few big plays. Klein won’t throw much, but he could run fantasy owners to a win this week.

Tevin Washington QB Georgia Tech vs. Duke:
Washington was plugged into the Tech option game when Josh Nesbitt went down with an injury and seems to be running the offense just fine. He threw for 101 yards and a score and ran for another 122 in his first start last week against Miami. He could do some real damage this week with 96th ranked Duke rush defense coming to town. Washington could be a huge find for owners in a pinch this week.

Jake Heaps QB BYU vs. New Mexico:
Heaps is starting to show why he was such a highly prized recruit coming into this season. The freshman has thrown for 268 yards per game and 6 scores over the last two games. He could continue his hot streak this week against a New Mexico defense that has struggled to stop the pass this season. Expect another solid effort this week and a glimpse of what is to come over the next couple of seasons in Provo.

Running Backs

Marc Tyler RB USC vs. Oregon State:

Tyler has been on a tear lately and posted a career high 160 yards rushing last week against Arizona. He seems to have taken control of the Trojans backfield and could hang up another big game against Oregon State this week. The Beavers are a mess defensively and rank 80th in the country against the run. The Trojans and Tyler could find a ton of room to work in Corvallis on Saturday.

Eddie Lacy RB Alabama vs. Georgia State:
With a potential blowout game and Trent Richardson likely missing this week due to injury, Lacy could find himself getting a bunch of carries in mop up duty. This game could be very ugly and Lacy could see time early and often in this contest. He is risky, but could easily top 100 yards and throw in a score or two against a severely over matched Georgia State football team.

Jamie Harper RB Clemson vs. Wake Forest:
Harper filled in nicely last week for Andre Ellington with 197 total yards and 1 score against Florida State. The sky could be the limit this week against a pathetic Demon Deacons rush defense that gives up almost 200 yards per game and has allowed 23 rushing touchdowns on the season. Fantasy owners could likely see huge numbers from Harper this week.

Alexander Teich RB Navy vs. Arkansas State:
Teich is averaging 111 yards and a score per game over his last five games. He can be inconsistent at times, but could prove very valuable this week against Arkansas State. The Red Wolves rank 111th in the nation against the run giving up 206 yards per game, which could prove very ugly against the powerful running game of the Midshipmen.

Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

Jeremy Deering WR Rutgers vs. Cincinnati:

Another season and another freshman wide out running the Wild Knight formation for Rutgers. Last season it was Mohamed Sanu, this fall it is Jeremy Deering. With Sanu dinged, Deering has emerged as the main weapon for the Scarlet Knights. He ran the Wild Knight to the tune of 166 yards and a score last week against Syracuse. He holds good value as long as he continues to see carries for the Knights.

Justin Hunter WR Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt:
This true freshman has been coming on strong with 266 yards and 4 scores in the last three games that he played in. He is explosive and a real deep threat for QB Tyler Bray. He could be on the receiving end of a couple of deep throws this week against a very shaky Commodores secondary. We are betting he finds the end zone once again this week.

Paul Richardson WR Colorado vs. Kansas State:
Richardson has been hot lately with 262 yards and 2 scores in his last two contests. This freshman could have another fine day against a questionable Wildcats pass defense. We have a feeling this game could be a high scoring affair and Richardson might be a big part of the fun. A third straight 100-yard game could easily be in Richardson’s future.

Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State vs. USC:
Wheaton has become the top target in the Oregon State passing game since the season ending knee injury to James Rodgers in Week 6. He is averaging 16.80 fantasy points per game over the past five outings. While the Beavers offense has struggled mightily recently, Wheaton continues to post excellent numbers and could do so again this week against the Trojans.

Johdrick Morris TE Southern Miss vs. Houston:
Morris is a WR who has moved to the TE position and has been very productive. If he is eligible to play at the TE position in your league, go ahead and throw him in your lineup. He has huge upside and could be a monster in the playoffs at the weak TE position.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Oklahoma State vs. Kansas
Penn State vs. Indiana
Clemson vs. Wake Forest
Texas Tech vs. Weber State
Nevada vs. New Mexico State
Missouri vs. Iowa State
Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt

There you have it everyone, enjoy this week’s action and always remember to have fun playing college fantasy football. Good luck in the playoffs!

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A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Week 12 Player Rankings

QUARTERBACKS RUNNING BACKS WIDE RECEIVERS
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Dominique Davis ECAR 1 Vai Taua NEV 1 Justin Blackmon OKST
2 Colin Kaepernick NEV 2 Montel Harris BC 2 Ryan Broyles OU
3 Bryant Moniz HAW 3 Bobby Rainey WKU 3 Greg Salas HAWAII
4 GJ Kinne TULSA 4 Marcus Lattimore SCAR 4 Dwayne Harris ECU
5 Alex Carder WMICH 5 Kendall Hunter OKST 5 Aldrick Robinson SMU
6 Landry Jones OKLA 6 Lance Dunbar NTEX 6 Jordan White WMU
7 Austin Davis SMISS 7 Daniel Thomas KSU 7 Lyle Leong TTECH
8 Chandler Harnish NILL 8 Montee Ball WISC 8 Alshon Jeffery SCAR
9 Kyle Padron SMU 9 Chad Spann NIU 9 Juan Nunez WMU
10 Brandon Weeden OKST 10 Mikel LeShoure ILLINI 10 Damaris Johnson TULSA
11 Taylor Potts TTECH 11 Edwin Baker MICHST 11 TY Hilton FIU
12 Ryan Aplin ARKST 12 DeMarco Murray OU 12 Lance Lewis ECU
13 Kellen Moore BOISE 13 JJ DiLuigi BYU 13 Denarius Moore TENN
14 Bryan Ellis UAB 14 James White WISC 14 Armon Binns CINN
15 Terrelle Pryor OHST 15 Rodney Stewart COLO 15 Mike Jones UAB
16 Ricky Dobbs NAVY 16 Mark Ingram ALAB 16 Patrick Edwards HOU
17 Andrew Luck STAN 17 Jacquizz Rodgers ORGST 17 Titus Young BOISE
18 Russell Wilson NCST 18 Tauren Poole TENN 18 TJ Moe MIZZU
19 Robert Griffin BAY 19 Doug Martin BOISE 19 Torrey Smith MARY
20 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 20 Shane Vereen CAL 20 Michael Floyd ND
21 Tyler Bray TENN 21 Pat Shed UAB 21 Roy Roundtree MICH
22 David Piland HOU 22 Jonathan Williams ECU 22 Markus Wheaton ORGST
23 Alex Gillett EMICH 23 Orleans Darkwa TULAN 23 Vincent Brown SDST
24 Taylor Martinez NEB 24 Stevan Ridley LSU 24 Leonard Hankerson MIA-FL
25 Denard Robinson MICH 25 Marc Tyler USC 25 Jeremy Deering RUTG
26 Matthew McGloin PSU 26 Jay Finley BAY 26 James Cleveland HOU
27 TJ Yates UNC 27 Zach Line SMU 27 Kris Adams UTEP
28 Nathan Scheelhaase ILLIN 28 Alex Green HAWAII 28 Kevin Bolden SMISS
29 Kolton Browning LAMON 29 Alexander Teich NAVY 29 Detron Lewis TTECH
30 Ryan Mallett ARK 30 Ronnie Weaver UCF 30 Chris Rainey FLOR
31 Tommy Rees ND 31 Asher Clark AFA 31 Paul Richardson COLO
32 Tyrod Taylor VTECH 32 Sam McGuffie RICE 32 Dwight Jones UNC
33 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 33 Cyrus Gray TXAM 33 Dane Sanzenbacher OHIOST
34 Jake Heaps BYU 34 Derrvin Speight UTAHST 34 DJ Woods CINN
35 Wesley Carroll FIU 35 Jamie Harper CLEM 35 Ryan Swope TXAM
36 Matt Barkley USC 36 Anthony Allen GTECH 36 Kendall Wright BAY
37 Brian Anderson MARSH 37 Delone Carter SYRA 37 Austin Pettis BOISE
38 Collin Klein KANST 38 Baron Batch TTECH 38 Dwayne Frampton ARKST
39 Zach Collaros CIN 39 Evan Royster PENNST 39 Tyshon Goode KENTST
40 Tevin Washington GTECH 40 Knile Davis ARK 40 AJ Jenkins ILLINI
41 Jeffrey Godfrey UCF 41 Cierre Wood ND 41 Justin Veltung IDAHO
42 Stephen Garcia SCAR 42 Dion Lewis PITT 42 Luke Ashworth BYU
43 Kawaun Jakes WKTKY 43 Jared Hassin ARMY 43 Marcus Rucker MEM
44 Geno Smith WVU 44 Kendrick Hardy SMISS 44 Kealoha Pilares HAW
45 Greg McElroy ALAB 45 Daniel Herron OHIOST 45 Robert Woods USC
46 Jordan La Secla SJST 46 Robbie Rouse FRESNO 46 Jarius Wright ARK
47 Jake Locker WASH 47 Brandon Bolden MISS 47 Derek Moye PSU
48 Pete Thomas COLST 48 Darriet Perry FIU 48 Julio Jones ALAB
49 Ryan Griffin TULAN 49 Alvester Alexander WYOM 49 Jeremy Ebert NW
50 Danny O’Brian MARY 50 Vick Ballard MISSST 50 Ronald Johnson USC
TIGHT ENDS KICKERS DEFENSES
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Team
1 Michael Egnew MIZZU 1 Dan Bailey OKST 1 Alabama
2 Jordan Reed FLOR 2 Josh Jasper LSU 2 Florida
3 Lance Kendricks WISC 3 Danny Hrapmann SMISS 3 Michigan State
4 Ladarius Green ULL 4 Alex Henery NEB 4 Clemson
5 Vance McDonald RICE 5 Dan Conroy MICHST 5 Boise State
6 Jeffrey Anderson UAB 6 Scott Enos HAWAII 6 Ohio State
7 Lee Smith MARSH 7 Derek Dimke ILLINI 7 Texas
8 George Bryan NCST 8 Philip Welch WISC 8 South Carolina
9 Collin Franklin IOWAST 9 Justin Tucker TEXAS 9 LSU
10 DJ Williams ARK 10 Grant Ressel MIZZ 10 Texas Tech
11 Lucas Reed NMST 11 Anthony Martinez NEV 11 Tennessee
12 Tyler Eifert ND 12 Devin Barclay OHIOST 12 Air Force
13 Cody Sparks TULANE 13 Zach Hocker ARK 13 Pittsburgh
14 Joe Halahuni OREGST 14 Chris Hazley VTECH 14 Boston College
15 Rob Housler FAU 15 Kyle Brotzman BOISE 15 Missouri
16 Dwayne Allen CLEM 16 Colin Wagner PENNST 16 Oklahoma State
17 Virgil Green NEV 17 John Potter WMICH 17 Connecticut
18 Luke Stocker TENN 18 Nate Whitaker STAN 18 Syracuse
19 Allen Reisner IOWA 19 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 19 Hawaii
20 D. Dunsmore NW 20 Spencer Lanning S.CAR 20 Stanford
21 Ted Bolser IND 21 Nate Freese BC 21 Penn State
22 Coby Fleener STAN 22 Aaron Jones BAY 22 N. Illinois
23 Kyler Reed NEB 23 Will Snyderwine DUKE 23 NC State
24 Kyle Efaw BOISE 24 Kai Forbath UCLA 24 Iowa
25 Luke Wilson RICE 25 David Ruffer ND 25 Illinois
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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