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Week 13 Surprise College Fantasy Picks

Happy Thanksgiving!

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 7-5 record including Colorado RB Rodney Stewart who ran for 195 yds and added 49 rec yds with 2 TD’s. I also took Clemson’s defense and they allowed just 10 pts and 205 ttl yds against Wake Forest. Overall on the season I am 90-38-17 (70%) and had a winning week each and every week!. To check out last week’s picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.

QUARTERBACKS:

My QB’s of the week are: Matt McGloin, Penn St, Ryan Lindley, San Diego St and Zach Collaros, Cincinnati

Matt McGloin, Penn St-McGloin is completing 60% of his passes with an 11-3 ratio and since he took over as the full-time starter, the Lions have avg’d 486 ypg in their 3 Big 10 wins and he’s had a 7-0 ratio. This week he takes on a Michigan St pass defense that does rank #31 in my pass defensive rankings but is susceptible to giving up some yds (208 ypg). My computer calls for 248 pass yds for the Lions and I think they have a good shot of derailing MSU’s Big 10 title hopes in this one.

Ryan Lindley, San Diego St-Lindley is avg 292 pass ypg (55%) with a 22-14 ratio this season and last week threw for 528 pass yds (321 in 1H) and 4 TD against a solid Utah pass defense. This week he takes on my #109 pass defense in UNLV that is giving up 236 pass ypg (65%) with a 21-5 ratio. My computer calls for 348 pass yds for the Aztecs and I’ll call for Lindley to get near the 300-yd mark as SDSt rolls into the bowl season.

Zach Collaros, Cincinnati-Collaros has quietly had a very good season avg 278 pass ypg (61%) with a 24-7 ratio and last week threw for 366 yds against Rutgers. This week he takes on a Connecticut pass defense that is pretty average allowing 200 pass ypg with a 60% comp rate. My computer calls for 275 pass yds for the Bearcats which would be the 2nd most allowed by the Huskies this year.

RUNNING BACKS:

My RB’s of the week are: Zach Line, SMU, Shane Vereen, California and Daniel Herron, Ohio St

Zach Line, SMU-Line has rushed for 1174 (6.6) and 8 TD’s this season and last week vs Marshall ran for a career-high 202 yds (6.7). This week he takes on a East Carolina defense that is giving up 230 rush ypg (5.3) and last week allowed 410 rush yds (6.8) to Rice as two players topped the 100-yd mark and a 3rd player had 93 yds! I’ll call for Line to easily top the 100-yd mark in this one.

Shane Vereen, California-Vereen has ran for 1062 yds (5.1) and 13 TD’s this season and has added 21 rec (10.1) and 3 TD’s as well. He has been the work-horse since starting QB Riley went down with injury and two weeks ago ran for 100+ yds against Oregon. This week he takes on a Washington run defense that prior to last week gave up 233, 278 and 280 yds and is giving up 208 rush ypg (5.0) on the season. I think Vereen tops the 100-yd mark as my computer calls for nearly 200 yds rushing for the Bears.

Daniel Herron, Ohio St-Herron easily leads the Buckeyes in rushing with 885 yds (5.2) and 14 TD’s this season. He has been the workhorse of late for the Bucks avg 124 rush ypg (6.4) the last three games and this week takes on a Michigan defense that gave up 359 rush yds (6.2) to Wisconsin last week and 315 rush yds to Illinois a couple of weeks ago. My computer calls for 277 rush yds for the Buckeyes and I think Herron easily tops the 100 yd mark and gets to 1,000 yds on the season.

WIDE RECEIVERS:

My WR’s of the week are: Aldrick Robinson, SMU, Dane Sanzenbacher, Ohio St and Eric Page, Toledo

Aldrick Robinson, SMU-Robinson leads the Mustangs with 52 rec (20.3!) and 11 TD’s and is one of the premier big-play WR’s in the entire country that you may not heard of. This week he goes up against an East Carolina pass defense that allows 251 pass ypg with a 27-9 ratio. I’ll call for Robinson to have a big day here as my computer calls for nearly 300 pass yds for the Mustangs.

Dane Sanzenbacher, Ohio St-Despite not being one of the fastest or biggest WR’s in college football, there are very few that make as many clutch plays as Sanzenbacher does. He leads the Bucks with 49 rec (16.7) and has 9 TD’s and clearly is QB Pryor’s go-to WR on 3rd down. This week he goes up against a Michigan secondary that allows 264 pass ypg and is #95 in my pass defense rankings. My computer calls for 263 pass yds for the Buckeyes and I think Sanzenbacher can top 100 yds in this one.

Eric Page, Toledo-Page easily leads the Rockets with 82 rec (11.6) and 6 TD’s and has been new QB Owens go-to-guy the past couple of weeks with a comb 16 rec (11.1) and 2 TD’s. This week Page goes up against a Chippewa secondary that ranks #91 in my PDR giving up 194 pass ypg with a 12-4 ratio. Page should easily get 100+ all-purpose yds in this one as the Rockets move to 8-4 and wait to here their bowl destination.

DEFENSES:

My Top Defenses of the Week: Arizona St, California and Georgia

Arizona St vs UCLA-While the Sun Devils defense has given up 400+ yds the last two outings, they did hold a high-powered Stanford offense to just 17 points. This week they take on a UCLA offense that gained just 163 total yds in their last outing against a Washington defense that had been giving up an avg of 439 ttl ypg coming in! UCLA has battled QB injuries all season and against Washington they used 3 different QB’s and they combined for a dreadful 6 of 25 for 55 yds! ASU has the advantage of a late season bye and easily could be much better than their record indicates with 4 losses by 4 pts or less. They tend to lean on their defense at home as they are allowing just 314 ypg and 18 ppg in their backyard and my computer calls for just 228 ttl yds and 9 points for the Bruins.

California vs Washington-The Bears defense has been really tough at home this season allowing just 248 ypg. Two weeks ago they held and Oregon offense to 15 pts (7 came off ST’s) which was nearly 40 ppg below their avg and just 324 ttl yds which was nearly 250 yds below their season avg as well. This week they get a Washington offense that has been a bit of an disappointment this season and prior to last week (321 yds) had three straight games where they were held to under 290 ttl yds. My computer calls for just 250 yds for the Huskies this week and I think Cal could easily roll in this game.

Georgia vs Georgia Tech-The Bulldogs new 3-4 defense has had mixed results this season and the last 6 games have proven that as they have held 4 opponents to under 75 rush yds while in the other two games they allowed 231 and 318 rush yds. This week they take on the nation’s #1 run offense in Georgia Tech but Georgia has several things in their favor. First, they have had an extra week to prepare for the option and last year they held GT to 205 rush yds (more than 100 yds below their ssn avg). They also need a win to clinch a bowl bid and possibly save HC Richt’s job. GT is playing with a backup QB and I think the Bulldogs hold the Yellow Jackets well below their season averages.

Upset of the Week: 3 str upsets and LW another winner with Colorado over Kansas St!

Maryland over NC State

Maryland has won 7 of the L/10 in this series and the home team has won 4 of the L/5. LW the Terps were eliminated from ACC contention with a 30-16 loss to FSU which was very misleading as MD was done in by 4 TO’s incl a fmbl that was ret’d 90 yds for a TD with :36 left. Meanwhile NCSt won its 4th str over rival UNC, 29-25 and like the Maryland game was misleading. NC State was down by 9 when on 4&gl at the 2 a UNC DB tipped a pass back into play and WR Spencer took the ball off his shoelaces for a TD. Graham then took a PR untouched for an 87 yd TD. While the Pack get to the title gm with a win here, I’m going to go with the upset as MD will still play with a lot of emotion on Senior day and have a huge ST edge (#16-104).


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 13 Rankings

Week 13 Player Rankings

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! The Holiday weekend is loaded with games starting Thursday night with Texas and Texas A&M. Friday features Auburn, Oregon and Boise State all facing Top 25 teams. Could we see a shakeup in the BCS?
And of course this is Championship week for most leagues. With that in mind, here are this week’s fantasy rankings.

Visit CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for complete Week 13 & 14 player rankings and projections.

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Bryant Moniz, HAW @ NMSU 1) Chad Spann, NIU @ EMCH
2) Austin Davis, SMISS @ TULSA 2) Daniel Thomas, KNST @ NOTX
3) Dominique Davis, ECU vs SMU 3) Daniel Herron, OSU vs MICH
4) Landry Jones, OKLA @ OKST 4) Shane Vereen, CAL vs WASH
5) Kyle Padron, SMU @ ECU 5) DeMarco Murray, OKLA @ OKST
6) Kellen Moore, BOST @ NEV 6) LaMichael James, ORE vs ARZ
7) Andrew Luck, STAN vs ORST 7) Ryan Williams, VATC vs VA
8) Terrelle Pryor, OSU vs MICH 8) Vick Ballard, MSU @ MISS
9) Darron Thomas, ORE vs ARZ 9) Bobby Rainey, WKTY @ TROY
10) Brandon Weeden, OKST vs OKLA 10) Lance Dunbar, NOTX vs KNST
11) Andy Dalton, TCU @ NMEX 11) Montee Ball, WIS vs NWU
12) Cam Newton, AUB @ ALA 12) Adonis Thomas, TOL vs CMCH
13) Jeffrey Godfrey, CFLA @ MEM 13) Marcus Lattimore, SOCAR @ CLEM
14) Ryan Aplin, AKST @ FIU 14) Robbie Rouse, FRST vs IDAH
15) Kolton Browning, LAMO vs LALF 15) Sam McGuffie, RICE vs UAB
16) David Piland, HOU @ TXTC 16) Stepfan Taylor, STAN vs ORST
17) Alex Carder, WMCH @ BGSU 17) Rodney Stewart, COL @ NEB
18) G.J. Kinne, TULSA vs SMISS 18) Zach Line, SMU @ ECU
19) Zach Collaros, CIN @ UCONN 19) Ronnie Hillman, SDST vs UNLV
20) Colin Kaepernick, NEV vs BOST 20) Darriet Perry, FIU vs AKST
21) Bryan Ellis, UAB @ RICE 21) Lennon Creer, LATC @ SJST
22) Russell Wilson, NCST @ MYLD 22) Derrick Locke, KTKY @ TENN
23) Aaron Murray, GA vs GTCH 23) Tauren Poole, TENN vs KTKY
24) Taylor Potts, TXTC vs HOU 24) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST @ STAN
25) Ross Jenkins, LATC @ SJST 25) Orleans Darkwa, TUL @ MRSH
26) Ryan Lindley, SDST vs UNLV 26) Jonathan Williams, ECU vs SMU
27) Rob Henry, PUR vs IND 27) Isaiah Pead, CIN @ UCONN
28) Chandler Harnish, NIU @ EMCH 28) Stevan Ridley, LSU @ ARK
29) Collin Klein, KNST @ NOTX 29) Jordan Todman, UCONN vs CIN
30) Denard Robinson, MICH @ OSU 30) Marcus Coker, IOWA @ MINN
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Randall Cobb, KTKY @ TENN 1) Jordan Reed, FLA @ FSU
2) Ryan Broyles, OKLA @ OKST 2) Ladarius Green, LALF @ LAMO
3) Vincent Brown, SDST vs UNLV 3) Michael Egnew, MO vs KAN
4) Greg Salas, HAW @ NMSU 4) Jeffery Anderson, UAB @ RICE
5) A.J. Green, GA vs GTCH 5) Vance McDonald, RICE vs UAB
6) T.Y. Hilton, FIU vs AKST 6) Rob Housler, FAU @ MDTN
7) Justin Blackmon, OKST vs OKLA 7) D.J. Williams, ARK vs LSU
8) Lyle Leong, TXTC vs HOU 8) Lee Smith, MRSH vs TUL
9) Dane Sanzenbacher, OSU vs MICH 9) Virgil Green, NEV vs BOST
10) Julio Jones, ALA vs AUB 10) Cody Sparks, TUL @ MRSH
11) Jordan White, WMCH @ BGSU 11) David Blackburn, CMCH @ TOL
12) Dwayne Harris, ECU vs SMU 12) Kyle Efaw, BOST @ NEV
13) Aldrick Robinson, SMU @ ECU 13) Tiree Eure, MINN vs IOWA
14) Kealoha Pilares, HAW @ NMSU 14) Jake Stoneburner, OSU vs MICH
15) Titus Young, BOST @ NEV 15) Philip Lutzenkirchen, AUB @ ALA
16) DeMarco Sampson, SDST vs UNLV 16) Cooper Helfet, DUKE vs UNC
17) Damaris Johnson, TULSA vs SMISS 17) Lance Kendricks, WIS vs NWU
18) Kelvin Bolden, SMISS @ TULSA 18) Tyler Eifert, ND @ USC
19) Patrick Edwards, HOU @ TXTC 19) Ben Thayer, EMCH vs NIU
20) James Cleveland, HOU @ TXTC 20) Orson Charles, GA vs GTCH
21) DeVier Posey, OSU vs MICH 21) Brandon Barden, VNDY vs WFST
22) Lance Lewis, ECU vs SMU 22) Kyle Nelson, NMSU vs HAW
23) Cody Wilson, CMCH @ TOL 23) Eric Lair, MINN vs IOWA
24) Tyshon Goode, KENT vs OHIO 24) Nick Provo, SYR vs BC
25) Doug Baldwin, STAN vs ORST 25) Lucas Reed, NMEX vs TCU
26) Leonard Hankerson, MIA vs SOFL 26) Cameron Graham, LOU @ RUT
27) Armon Binns, CIN @ UCONN 27) Luke Wilson, RICE vs UAB
28) Juron Criner, ARZ @ ORE 28) Kyler Reed, NEB vs COL
29) Juan Nunez, WMCH @ BGSU 29) Gavin Escobar, SDST vs UNLV
30) Eric Page, TOL vs CMCH 30) Kendrick Moeai, UTAH vs BYU
Kickers Defenses
1) Devin Barclay, OSU vs MICH 1) TCU, TCU @ NMEX
2) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS @ TULSA 2) Virginia Tech, VATC vs VA
3) Ross Evans, TCU @ NMEX 3) Miami (Fla), MIA vs SOFL
4) Dave Teggart, UCONN vs CIN 4) UCF, CFLA @ MEM
5) Dan Bailey, OKST vs OKLA 5) Utah, UTAH vs BYU
6) Alex Henery, NEB vs COL 6) California, CAL vs WASH
7) Philip Welch, WIS vs NWU 7) South Carolina, SOCAR @ CLEM
8) Chris Hazley, VATC vs VA 8) Florida, FLA @ FSU
9) Bryson Rose, MISS vs MSU 9) Arizona St, AZST vs UCLA
10) Matt Hogan, HOU @ TXTC 10) Boston College, BC @ SYR
11) Spencer Lanning, SOCAR @ CLEM 11) Iowa, IOWA @ MINN
12) Carson Wiggs, PUR vs IND 12) Texas Tech, TXTC vs HOU
13) Josh Jasper, LSU @ ARK 13) Fresno St, FRST vs IDAH
14) Kevin Goessling, FRST vs IDAH 14) Hawaii, HAW @ NMSU
15) Nick Cattoi, CFLA @ MEM 15) Arkansas St, AKST @ FIU
16) Scott Enos, HAW @ NMSU 16) Fla. Atlantic, FAU @ MDTN
17) Mitch Ewald, IND @ PUR 17) Pittsburgh, PITT vs WVU
18) Kyle Brotzman, BOST @ NEV 18) South Fla, SOFL @ MIA
19) Trevor Cook, MIOH vs TEMP 19) Syracuse, SYR vs BC
20) Travis Baltz, MYLD vs NCST 20) Northern Ill, NIU @ EMCH
21) Nate Whitaker, STAN vs ORST 21) Miami (Ohio), MIOH vs TEMP
22) Justin Tucker, TEX vs TXAM 22) Missouri, MO vs KAN
23) Casey Barth, UNC @ DUKE 23) Texas, TEX vs TXAM
24) John Potter, WMCH @ BGSU 24) Florida St, FSU vs FLA
25) Rob Beard, ORE vs ARZ 25) NC State, NCST @ MYLD
26) Matt Nelson, LATC @ SJST 26) Wisconsin, WIS vs NWU
27) Will Snyderwine, DUKE vs UNC 27) Purdue, PUR vs IND
28) Abel Perez, SDST vs UNLV 28) Ohio St, OSU vs MICH
29) Chandler Catanzaro, CLEM vs SOCAR 29) Kent St, KENT vs OHIO
30) Anthony Martinez, NEV vs BOST 30) Tulane, TUL @ MRSH

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 13

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 13
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The thirteenth 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 championship 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 13.

Quarterbacks

TJ Yates QB North Carolina vs. Duke: Yates has been a very pleasant surprise all season long and could keep that going this week against Duke. The Tar Heels struggle to run the ball and have come a pass first team with Yates leading the way. The Blue Devils pass defense is ranked 94th in the country, so expect Yates to find lots of success carving them up like a turkey. Another 300-yard game seems very likely this week.

Garrett Gilbert QB Texas vs. Texas A&M: Both Gilbert and the entire Texas offense have been huge disappointments to fantasy owners this season, but that may change in Week 13. Gilbert is showing signs of life and is coming off a game in which he tallied 323 total yards and 3 scores against Florida Atlantic. The Aggies rank 97th in the nation against the pass and could give up some big plays to Gilbert and the Horns.

Taylor McHargue QB Rice vs. UAB: McHargue proved he is a dual threat QB with 220 yards and 3 scores passing and 93 yards and 1 score on the ground against East Carolina last week. This week’s game against UAB has all the makings of an absolute fantasy smorgasbord, as both defenses are just plain bad. The Blazers come in nationally at 107th against the pass and the Owls come in dead last at 120th, so fireworks can be expected.

Blaine Gautier QB UL-Lafayette vs. UL-Monroe: Gautier is another dual threat QB who has posted 198 yards rushing and 2 scores in the last two games to go along with 440 passing yards and 3 scores. He could post nice numbers this week against the Warhawks. He is worth a look this week for owners in need of a QB with upside.

Running Backs

Marcus Coker RB Iowa vs. Minnesota:
Coker looks to be the main ball carrier for Iowa this week as Adam Robinson is unlikely to play due to a concussion suffered last week against Ohio State. With Minnesota and the 104th rated rush defense up next, Coker could be in line for a big effort. A stat line of 100 plus rushing yards and 1 or 2 touchdowns seem like a good bet against the Gophers.

Anthony Elzy RB North Carolina vs. Duke: Elzy has posted nice numbers since taking over for the injured Johnny White two weeks ago. He is a huge receiving threat with an incredible 16 receptions over the past two games. The match up with Duke is very enticing and could prove very successful for fantasy owners riding with Elzy in their championship games.

Darriet Perry RB Florida International vs. Arkansas State: Perry has averaged 125 yards per game over the past three contests and has scored 5 rushing touchdowns over that span. Next up for Perry is a horrible Red Wolves rush defense that ranks an abysmal 115th in the country this season. The Golden Panthers could right the hot hand and continue to let Perry carry the offense. He looks to be a strong play this week.

Zach Line RB SMU vs. East Carolina: Line has been a pleasant surprise to fantasy owners this season and is coming off a 202 yard and 1 score performance against Marshall last week. Those numbers could be duplicated this week against the 119th ranked rush defense of East Carolina. The Pirates have given up a whopping 33 rushing touchdowns on the season and could yield a couple more to Line in Week 13.


Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

Doug Baldwin WR Stanford vs. Oregon State:
Baldwin has been the most consistent Stanford wide out all year long and has 219 yards and a score over the past two weeks. He seems to have developed a nice rapport with Andrew Luck and should be targeted often against a suspect Beavers secondary. A trip to the end zone and 75 to 100 yards seem highly possible for this Cardinal receiver in Championship week.

Mark Dell WR Michigan State vs. Penn State: Dell has turned into the top receiving threat for the Spartans and has been putting up some pretty consistent fantasy numbers over the past 7 games. He might not put up huge numbers, but he might be just what owners in a BCS only league are looking for as a #3 WR.

Julio Jones WR Alabama vs. Auburn: Julio is putting up good fantasy numbers over his past 4 games. During that time, he has averaged 109 yards per game receiving to go along with 3 touchdowns. With the 100th ranked Tigers defense coming to town for the Iron Bowl, Jones could be in store for a big game. We are thinking around 100 yards and a score for this athletic freak this week.

Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State: This freshman is really catching on to things and is averaging 79 yards per game and has 2 scores in his past three contests. The “Bedlam” game this week with Oklahoma State could be a very high scoring game and Stills could be a big part of the fun. The Pokes pass defense is ranked 108th in the nation and might lost Stills a couple of times.

Cooper Helfet TE Duke vs. North Carolina: Helfet has been great for a TE over the past four games, grabbing an average of 6 receptions per game to go along with 77 yards per game. He is worth a start this week even against a tough Tar Heel pass defense.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Central Florida vs. Memphis
Boston College vs. Syracuse
Syracuse vs. Boston College
Virgina Tech vs. Virginia
Missouri vs. Kansas

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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QUARTERBACKS RUNNING BACKS WIDE RECEIVERS
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Bryant Moniz MICH 1 LaMichael James OREG 1 Ryan Broyles OU
2 Kellen Moore BOISE 2 Ed Wesley TCU 2 Greg Salas HAW
3 Dominique Davis ECU 3 Chad Spann NIU 3 Justin Blackmon OKST
4 Kyle Padron SMU 4 Marcus Lattimore SCAR 4 Jordan White WMICH
5 Austin Davis SMISS 5 DeMarco Murray OKLA 5 Kealoha Pilares HAW
6 GJ Kinne TULSA 6 Bobby Rainey WKU 6 Vincent Brown SDST
7 Brandon Weeden OKST 7 Marcus Coker IOWA 7 Aldrick Robinson SMU
8 Landry Jones OU 8 Daniel Herron OHIOST 8 Dwayne Harris ECU
9 Terrelle Pryor OHIOST 9 Zach Line SMU 9 Randall Cobb KENT
10 Cameron Newton AUB 10 Kendall Hunter OKST 10 AJ Green GEO
11 Colin Kaepernick NEV 11 Jordan Todman UCONN 11 Alshon Jeffrey SCAR
12 Taylor Potts TTECH 12 Pat Shed UAB 12 Cody Wilson CMU
13 Ryan Aplin ARKST 13 Lance Dunbar NTEX 13 Eric Page TOL
14 Darron Thomas OREG 14 Jacquizz Rodgers ORGST 14 Juan Nunez WMU
15 Chandler Harnish NIU 15 Orleans Darkwa TULANE 15 Titus Young BOISE
16 Alex Carder WMU 16 Daniel Thomas KSU 16 Lance Lewis ECU
17 Bryan Ellis UAB 17 Doug Martin BOISE 17 Jeff Maehl OREG
18 Russell Wilson NCST 18 Vai Taua NEV 18 Juron Criner ARIZ
19 Andrew Luck STAN 19 Mark Ingram ARK 19 Austin Pettis BOISE
20 Kolton Browning ULM 20 Derrick Locke UK 20 Patrick Edwards HOU
21 Denard Robinson MICH 21 Stepfan Taylor STAN 21 Demarco Sampson SDST
22 Ryan Lindley SDST 22 Montee Ball WISC 22 Lyle Leong TTECH
23 Zach Collaros CIN 23 Shane Vereen CAL 23 TY Hilton FIU
24 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 24 Stevan Ridley LSU 24 Damaris Johnson TULSA
25 Jeffrey Godfrey UCF 25 Anthony Elzy UNC 25 Denarius Moore TENN
26 Ryan Mallett ARK 26 Tauren Poole TENN 26 TJ Moe MIZZ
27 Taylor McHargue RICE 27 Cyrus Gray TXAM 27 Julio Jones ALA
28 Tyler Bray TENN 28 Knile Davis ARK 28 Jerrel Jernigan TROY
29 TJ Yates UNC 29 Lennon Creer LTECH 29 Michael Floyd ND
30 Blaine Gautier ULM 30 Kendrick Hardy SMISS 30 James Cleveland HOU
31 Tyrod Taylor VTECH 31 Robbie Rouse FRESNO 31 Armon Binns CIN
32 David Piland HOU 32 Alex Allen AKRON 32 Tandon Doss IND
33 Aaron Murray UGA 33 Ronnie Hillman SDST 33 Roy Roundtree MICH
34 Andy Dalton TCU 34 James White WISC 34 DJ Woods CIN
35 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 35 Edwin Baker MICHST 35 Leonard Hankerson MIAMI
36 Ross Jenkins LTECH 36 Adonis Thomas TOL 36 Cole Beasley SMU
37 Terrence Owens TOL 37 Jonathan Williams ECU 37 Detron Lewis TTECH
38 Chris Relf MISST 38 Sam McGuffie RICE 38 Kamar Jorden BG
39 Boo Jackson OHIO 39 Alex Green HAW 39 D. Johnson-Koulinas IOWA
40 Jeremiah Masoli MISSST 40 Ryan Williams VTECH 40 Jeff Fuller TXAM
41 Tevin Washington GTECH 41 Baron Batch TTECH 41 Jeremy Kerley TCU
42 Ryan Radcliff CM 42 Darriet Perry FIU 42 Kevin Bolden SMISS
43 Chas Dodd RUT 43 Noel Devine WV 43 Lester Jean FAU
44 Ben Chappell IND 44 Ronnie Weaver UCF 44 Dwight Jones UNC
45 Kirk Cousins MICHST 45 Ed Wesley TCU 45 Jon Baldwin PITT
46 Stephen Garcia SCAR 46 Lamar Miller MIAMI 46 Dane Sanzenbacher OHIOST
47 Ricky Stanzi IOWA 47 Roy Helu Jr. NEB 47 Doug Baldwin STAN
48 Collin Klein KSU 48 Brandon Bolden MISS 48 Jarius Wright ARK
49 Rob Henry PURD 49 Jeremy Eddington RICE 49 Dwayne Frampton ARKST
50 Greg McElroy ALAB 50 Rodney Stewart COL 50 Luther Ambrose ULM
TIGHT ENDS KICKERS DEFENSES
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Team
1 Jordan Reed FLOR 1 Danny Hrapmann SMISS 1 TCU
2 Michael Egnew MIZZU 2 Devin Barclay OHIOST 2 Virginia Tech
3 Ladarius Green ULL 3 Dan Bailey OKST 3 Missouri
4 Vance McDonald RICE 4 Josh Jasper LSU 4 No. Illinois
5 Jeff Anderson UAB 5 Scott Enos HAW 5 Iowa
6 Lance Kendricks WISC 6 Philip Welch WISC 6 CF
7 Lee Smith MARSH 7 Blair Walsh UGA 7 Ohio State
8 DJ Williams ARK 8 Kyle Brotzman BOISE 8 Boise State
9 Rob Housler FAU 9 Chris Hazley VTECH 9 Nebraska
10 Tyler Eifert ND 10 Dan Conroy MICHST 10 Oregon
11 George Bryan NCST 11 Alex Henery NEB 11 Miami (FL)
12 Joe Halahuni OREGST 12 Grant Ressel MIZZ 12 Boston College
13 Cooper Helfret DUKE 13 Ross Evans TCU 13 Hawaii
14 Orson Charles UGA 14 Michael Cklamovski NIU 14 Stanford
15 Dwayne Allen CLEM 15 Rob Beard OREG 15 South Carolina
16 Allen Reisner IOWA 16 Nate Whitaker STAN 16 North Carolina
17 David Paulson OREG 17 Michael Barbour ECU 17 Connecticut
18 Virgil Green NEV 18 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 18 Wisconsins
19 Gavin Escobar SDST 19 Mike Meyer IOWA 19 Vanderbilt
20 Ted Bolser IND 20 Kevin Goessling FRESNO 20 Kansas State
21 Jake Stoneburner OHIOST 21 Zach Hocker ARK 21 Alabama
22 Andre Smith VTECH 22 Chris Boswell RICE 22 LSU
23 D. Dunsmore NW 23 Jimmy Stevens OU 23 Florida
24 Cody Sparks TULANE 24 Colin Wagner PENNST 24 Ohio
25 Luke Stocker TENN 25 Kai Forbath UCLA 25 Syracuse
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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