Daily Blog • October 14, 2010

Last year I started a weekly blog that included my surprise fantasy picks for each week of the college football season. Each week I picked the players that were flying under the radar and this year I have continued my weekly surprise fantasy picks. Last week I finished with a 7-4-1 record including big wins on QB Aaron Murray, Georgia and Zach Collaros, Cincinnati who combined for 482 yds (74%) with a 5-0 ratio and Murray also had 2 rush TD's. I also predicted that Wisconsin RB's Clay and White would each top 100 yds and they did with White having 117 yds (6.5) and 2 TD's as the back-up. Overall on the season I am 45-17-12 (67%). To check out last week's picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.

My QB’s of the week are: Bryant Moniz, Hawaii, Ryan Aplin, Arkansas St and Russell Wilson, NC State

Bryant Moniz, Hawaii-Moniz leads the nation in passing avg 374 ypg (65%) with a 18-4 ratio. Last week he threw for 376 yds and 3 TD’s in the 49-27 win over Fresno St. This week he takes on a Nevada pass defense that has been the Wolfpack’s Achilles Heel the past several seasons. My computer calls for 440 yds passing and anytime you get those kind of numbers against an undefeated Top 20 team, you’d have to consider it a bit of a surprise.

Ryan Aplin, Arkansas St-Aplin is avg 262 ypg (57%) with a 10-4 ratio and this week gets an Indiana defense that ranks #113 in my pass D rankings and is giving up 222 ypg (61%) and a 11-4 ratio. This numbers are even worse when you consider the Indiana defense has faced Akron’s #119 off, WKU’s #110 off and the FCS offense of Towson. Anytime you take a Sun Belt team player going up against a Big Ten defense, you have to consider it a surprise and my computer agrees as it predicts 240 yds passing for Arkansas St and 23 pts.

Russell Wilson, NC State-Wilson has had a great season so far avg 300 ypg (60%) with a 17-6 ratio and has added 163 rush (2.8) and another TD. He is a big reason why the Wolfpack have jumped out to a surprising 5-1 start and this week he goes up against an East Carolina pass defense that ranks #111 in PDR and is allowing 266 ypg (61%) with a 13-2 ratio. My computer projects 318 pass yds for the Wolpack and I think they easily score 40+ pts in this one.


My RB’s of the week are: Johnny White, North Carolina, Ed Wesley, TCU and Nic Grigsby, Arizona

Johnny White, North Carolina-Coming into the season all the talk at North Carolina was on the 1-2 punch of Shaun Draughn and Ryan Houston but White has emerged with the suspensions and leads with 407 (5.6) and 4 TD’s. This week he takes on a Virginia defense that allowed 256 rush yds (6.1) to Florida St and last week gave up an ACC-record 477 rush yds (6.4) to Georgia Tech. I’ll call for White to have a 100+ yd game and the Tar Heels break their 4 game losing streak to the Cavs.

Ed Wesley, TCU-Wesley leads the Horned Frogs with 611 yds (7.0) and 7 TD’s and this week takes on a BYU defense that has allowed 225 rush yds (5.1) this year and fired their DC after the Utah St game. Last week the Cougars defense allowed just 53 rush yds to San Diego St but the Aztecs only had 12 rush attempts as they fell behind early. This week my computer calls for 280 rush yds for the Horned Frogs with Wesley leading the way.

Nic Grigsby, Arizona-Grigsby gets mention this week because he has been a disappointment so far this season with just 273 yds (5.5) but does have 5 TD’s. This week he gets a Washington St defense that is allowing 258 rush per game (6.5) and has given up 276+  in every conference game this season. I’ll call for Grigsby to have his most rush yds in a game this season to date as the Wildcats should easily roll here.


My WR’s of the week are: Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M, Lyle Leong, Texas Tech and Greg Salas and Kealoha Pilares, Hawaii

Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M-Fuller leads the Aggies with 34 rec (14.9) with 6 TD’s. While Missouri has faced the #8 pass eff D (189, 60%, 2-9) they have faced a very soft slate of opposing QB’s with just one of them ranking in the Top 50 in the NCAA. My computer calls for 318 yds passing for the Aggies and if that happens I expect Fuller to have 100+ yds and at least a TD.

Lyle Leong, Texas Tech-Leong leads the Red Raiders with 34 rec (13.6) and 9 TD’s. This week he faces an Oklahoma St that is last in the Big 12 in pass D (291 pass ypg) and has faced a pretty soft slate of opponents to date. My computer projects 415 yds passing for Texas Tech and Leong should have another big day.

Greg Salas and Kealoha Pilares-Hawaii-The last time I took these two as a duo they combined for 28 rec and 414 yds (14.8) and 4 TD’s. While they may not reach those numbers this week, I do think they have a shot at combining for 15+ receptions and 300 yds as the Warriors should be very competitive against #19 Nevada.


My Top Defenses of the Week: Florida St, TCU, and Southern Miss

Florida St vs Boston College-Last year the Seminoles gave up 30 ppg and 435 ypg in HC Bowden’s and DC Andrew’s final season. This year in FSU’s 2 home games vs FBS foes they’ve allowed an average of just 5 ppg and 188 ypg! This week they take on a Boston College team that has lost three straight games while avg just 10 ppg and have significant QB issues with Rettig not 100% and last year’s starter Shinksie struggling. My computer projects just 9 points and 253 yds as the Seminoles defense has regained its form after being “sub-par” the past several seasons.

TCU vs BYU-The Horned Frogs have dominated BYU recently outscoring the Cougars 70-14 the last two years and are coming off their first back-to-back shutouts in the last 55 years with wins over Colorado St and Wyoming. The Horned Frogs have won 11 str MWC home game’s by an avg of 36 ppg and this one will be no different as my computer calls for the Horned Frogs to allow just 6 points and 215 yds.

Southern Miss vs Memphis-This one is on here as a surprise as the Golden Eagles allowed 44 points last week to East Carolina. This week they take on a Memphis offense avg just 13 ppg and 276 ypg. The Golden Eagles are at home and should come out fired up and my computer calls for them to hold Memphis to just 12 pts and 246 yds.

Upset of the Week:

California over USC

Last week Cal held a UCLA run game that was avg 321 ypg rush (5.9) to just 26 yds (1.0) while USC fell victim to a game-winning FG on the last play for a 2nd consecutive week in the loss to Stanford even though they had the yardage (499-484) and TO (3-1) edge. While the Trojans have dominated the Golden Bears the L/2 years by a combined 47-6 score USC HC Kiffin may have a difficult time keeping his units focused as his "Us Against the World" mantra is harder to preach after an upset loss to UW and an emotionally draining loss to Stanford. Cal makes it 3 straight losses for the Trojans.

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 7 Rankings

As usual there is no shortage of sleeper running backs for those in need of help. The last two weeks Bilal Powell and Vick Ballard held down spots in our top 10. This week we have Johnny White taking over the spot as the top sleeper back. Can White help owners as much as Powell and Ballard have the last two weeks?

The most intriguing decision facing fantasy owners is whether or not to start Denard Robison and Taylor Martinez. Both will be up against the stiffest run defenses they’ve faced to date. Rushing yards could be harder to come by than they are used to, but both still have big play potential.  And it’s that potential that keeps them in the top 20 quarterbacks for Week Seven.

Visit CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for more player rankings and projections.

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Bryant Moniz, HAW vs NEV 1) Vai Taua, NEV @ HAW
2) Taylor Potts, TXTC vs OKST 2) DeMarco Murray, OKLA vs IWST
3) Cameron Newton, AUB vs ARK 3) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST @ WASH
4) Robert Griffin, BAY @ COL 4) Adam Robinson, IOWA @ MICH
5) Tyrod Taylor, VATC vs WFST 5) Marcus Lattimore, SOCAR @ KTKY
6) Colin Kaepernick, NEV @ HAW 6) Mark Ingram, ALA vs MISS
7) Russell Wilson, NCST @ ECU 7) Eddie Wide, UTAH @ WY
8) Kyle Padron, SMU @ NAVY 8) Anthony Allen, GTCH vs MDTN
9) Brandon Weeden, OKST @ TXTC 9) Shane Vereen, CAL @ USC
10) Jake Locker, WASH vs ORST 10) Johnny White, UNC @ VA
11) Josh Nesbitt, GTCH vs MDTN 11) Lance Dunbar, NOTX vs FIU
12) Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP @ UAB 12) Darren Evans, VATC vs WFST
13) Nick Foles, ARZ @ WAST 13) Sam McGuffie, RICE vs HOU
14) Corey Robinson, TROY vs LALF 14) Keola Antolin, ARZ @ WAST
15) Aaron Murray, GA vs VNDY 15) Matt Brown, TEMP vs BGSU
16) Taylor Martinez, NEB vs TEX 16) Chris Polk, WASH vs ORST
17) Ryan Colburn, FRST vs NMSU 17) Rodney Stewart, COL vs BAY
18) G.J. Kinne, TULSA vs TUL 18) James Sims, KAN vs KNST
19) Ryan Mallett, ARK @ AUB 19) Kendall Hunter, OKST @ TXTC
20) Denard Robinson, MICH vs IOWA 20) Daniel Thomas, KNST @ KAN
21) Ricky Dobbs, NAVY vs SMU 21) Stevan Ridley, LSU vs MCNS
22) Ryan Aplin, AKST @ IND 22) Paris Cotton, CMCH vs MIOH
23) Dayne Crist, ND vs WMCH 23) Bobby Rainey, WKTY vs LAMO
24) Rob Henry, PUR vs MINN 24) Noel Devine, WVU vs SOFL
25) Kellen Moore, BOST @ SJST 25) Nic Grigsby, ARZ @ WAST
26) David Piland, HOU @ RICE 26) Ed Wesley, TCU vs BYU
27) Zach Collaros, CIN @ LOU 27) Alex Green, HAW vs NEV
28) Nathan Enderle, IDAH @ LATC 28) Damien Berry, MIA @ DUKE
29) Ben Chappell, IND vs AKST 29) Bilal Powell, LOU vs CIN
30) Kawaun Jakes, WKTY vs LAMO 30) Doug Martin, BOST @ SJST
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Greg Salas, HAW vs NEV 1) Dwayne Allen, CLEM vs MYLD
2) Justin Blackmon, OKST @ TXTC 2) Michael Egnew, MO @ TXAM
3) Kris Adams, UTEP @ UAB 3) Kyler Reed, NEB vs TEX
4) Randall Cobb, KTKY vs SOCAR 4) Jack Doyle, WKTY vs LAMO
5) Mohamed Sanu, RUT vs ARMY 5) Collin Franklin, IWST @ OKLA
6) Kealoha Pilares, HAW vs NEV 6) Cameron Graham, LOU vs CIN
7) Lyle Leong, TXTC vs OKST 7) Kyle Efaw, BOST @ SJST
8) Juron Criner, ARZ @ WAST 8) Ted Bolser, IND vs AKST
9) Aldrick Robinson, SMU @ NAVY 9) David Brown, BLST vs EMCH
10) Jeff Fuller, TXAM vs MO 10) Jordan Thompson, OHIO vs AKRN
11) Jerrel Jernigan, TROY vs LALF 11) Danny Noble, TOL vs KENT
12) James Cleveland, HOU @ RICE 12) Andre Smith, VATC vs WFST
13) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, IOWA @ MICH 13) Eric Peitz, COST vs UNLV
14) Kendall Wright, BAY @ COL 14) Vance McDonald, RICE vs HOU
15) Titus Young, BOST @ SJST 15) James Hanna, OKLA vs IWST
16) D.J. Woods, CIN @ LOU 16) Eric Lair, MINN @ PUR
17) Torrey Smith, MYLD @ CLEM 17) Ferbia Allen, MISS @ ALA
18) Alshon Jeffery, SOCAR @ KTKY 18) Johdrick Morris, SMISS @ MEM
19) Robert Woods, USC vs CAL 19) Joe Halahuni, ORST @ WASH
20) Terrance Toliver, LSU vs MCNS 20) Deangelo Peterson, LSU vs MCNS
21) Eric Page, TOL vs KENT 21) Allen Reisner, IOWA @ MICH
22) Tandon Doss, IND vs AKST 22) David Blackburn, CMCH vs MIOH
23) A.J. Green, GA vs VNDY 23) Lance Kendricks, WIS vs OSU
24) Josh Bellamy, LOU vs CIN 24) Josh Chichester, LOU vs CIN
25) Mark Dell, MIST vs ILL 25) George Bryan, NCST @ ECU
26) Owen Spencer, NCST @ ECU 26) D.J. Williams, ARK @ AUB
27) Ronald Johnson, USC vs CAL 27) Preston Dial, ALA vs MISS
28) Darvin Adams, AUB vs ARK 28) Garrett Hoskins, EMCH @ BLST
29) Josh Gordon, BAY @ COL 29) Brian Linthicum, MIST vs ILL
30) DeVonte Christopher, UTAH @ WY 30) Evan Rodriguez, TEMP vs BGSU
Kickers Defenses
1) Joe Phillips, UTAH @ WY 1) Utah, UTAH @ WY
2) Kevin Goessling, FRST vs NMSU 2) Boise St, BOST @ SJST
3) Scott Blair, GTCH vs MDTN 3) TCU, TCU vs BYU
4) Dan Bailey, OKST @ TXTC 4) LSU, LSU vs MCNS
5) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS @ MEM 5) Florida St, FSU vs BC
6) Josh Jasper, LSU vs MCNS 6) Miami (Fla), MIA @ DUKE
7) Josh Czajkowski, NCST @ ECU 7) Ohio, OHIO vs AKRN
8) Dan Conroy, MIST vs ILL 8) Northern Ill, NIU vs BUFF
9) Aaron Jones, BAY @ COL 9) Syracuse, SYR vs PITT
10) Chris Hazley, VATC vs WFST 10) West Virginia, WVU vs SOFL
11) Jeremy Shelley, ALA vs MISS 11) UCF, CFLA @ MRSH
12) Blair Walsh, GA vs VNDY 12) Southern Miss, SMISS @ MEM
13) Trey Farquhar, IDAH @ LATC 13) Virginia Tech, VATC vs WFST
14) Wes Byrum, AUB vs ARK 14) Nebraska, NEB vs TEX
15) Kyle Brotzman, BOST @ SJST 15) Missouri, MO @ TXAM
16) Carson Wiggs, PUR vs MINN 16) Colorado St, COST vs UNLV
17) Matt Williams, TXTC vs OKST 17) Idaho, IDAH @ LATC
18) Ross Evans, TCU vs BYU 18) Fresno St, FRST vs NMSU
19) Derek Dimke, ILL @ MIST 19) Arizona, ARZ @ WAST
20) Alex Zendejas, ARZ @ WAST 20) Mississippi St, MSU @ FLA
21) Mitch Ewald, IND vs AKST 21) Iowa, IOWA @ MICH
22) Scott Enos, HAW vs NEV 22) Purdue, PUR vs MINN
23) San San Te, RUT vs ARMY 23) NC State, NCST @ ECU
24) Justin Kahut, ORST @ WASH 24) Notre Dame, ND vs WMCH
25) Matt Weller, OHIO vs AKRN 25) Central Mich, CMCH vs MIOH
26) Chris Philpott, LOU vs CIN 26) Ball St, BLST vs EMCH
27) Dustin Hopkins, FSU vs BC 27) Kent St, KENT @ TOL
28) Ben DeLine, COST vs UNLV 28) East Carolina, ECU vs NCST
29) Jake Rogers, CIN @ LOU 29) Houston, HOU @ RICE
30) Michael Taylor, TROY vs LALF 30) UTEP, UTEP @ UAB

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 7

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays - Week 7
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The 7th 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 7.


David Piland QB Houston vs. Rice:
Piland looks to be the new starting quarterback for the Cougars and looked good last week against a tough Mississippi State defense throwing for 301 yards and 2 scores. While he won’t put up Case Keenum video game numbers, he could easily hit the 300-yard mark again this week against pathetic Rice pass defense that ranks 117th in the country.

Austin Davis QB Southern Miss vs. Memphis:
Davis has been good this year and could be very good this week against a bad Memphis defense. He is a duel threat QB and could find some success both through the air and on the ground this week.

Ryan Katz QB Oregon State vs. Washington:
Katz is coming off a career best of 393 yards passing and 2 scores against a tough Arizona defense. He did lose start receiver James Rodgers to a knee injury, but Markus Wheaton could be a nice fill in. This game with the Huskies could be an old-fashioned Pac 10 shoot out and Katz should play a big part in it. Another 300-yard day could be in the cards this week.

Tyrod Taylor QB Virginia Tech vs. Wake Forest:
Taylor broke out last week with 288 total yards and 3 scores, including 127 yards and 2 scores on the ground. He could find similar success this week against a Wake Forest team that does not play much in the way of defense. The Hokies offense is starting to click and their triggerman is a big reason.

Running Backs

Johnny White RB North Carolina vs. Virginia:

White has been on a tear and is fresh off a 179 total yards and 2 score effort against Clemson. He appears to be the straw that stirs the Heels drink and could have another big day against the Cavaliers and their 109th ranked rush defense. White could very easily put up RB #1 numbers this week, so start him with confidence.

Washaun Ealey RB Georgia vs. Vanderbilt:
With the recent suspension of back field mate Caleb King, Ealey should step back into the starting lineup this week. A match up with a weak Commodores defense could be just what Ealey needs reclaim the job permanently. A 100-yard day with a score or two is a distinct possibility for this Dog in Week 7

Damien Berry RB Miami vs. Duke:
Berry has been very consistent this year and is coming off a 100 yard and 1 score game against Florida State. He receives a steady stream of carries on a weekly basis and that’s always a good thing when talking about fantasy running backs. He should be licking his chops this week as he will face a floundering Blue Devil rush defense that ranks 107th in the nation.

Nic Grigsby RB Arizona vs. Washington State:
Grigsby and the Wildcats offense have struggled to run the ball recently, but that could turn around with Washington State on the slate this week. The Cougars rank dead last in the country against the run and should prove no resistance for Grigsby and the Cats this week. A big night could be in store for Grigsby and he could really help some fantasy teams in need this week

Wide Receivers

Josh Bellamy WR Louisville vs. Cincinnati:

Bellamy was huge last week recording 112 yards receiving a 2 scores against Memphis. He looks to be the #1 target for the Cardinals and is getting better each week. He could find success again this week against a bad Bearcat pass defense that ranks a pitiful 111th in the country. Another 100-yard day could be in the Cards (pun intended) for Bellamy this week.

Theo Riddick WR Notre Dame vs. Western Michigan:
Riddick has become more involved in the Golden Domers passing game and is averaging an impressive 8.25 receptions over his past four games. He could be targeted often again this week in what could be a wide-open game with the Broncos. Expect another 6 to 8 grabs and maybe 80 to 100 yards this week.

Alex Torres WR Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State:
Much was expected of Torres from fantasy owners coming into this season, but he has been a disappointment while battling an injury. He returned to form last week against Baylor when he hauled in two touchdown receptions and 82 yards. He could really explode this week in a fantasy feast of a game against the Pokes and their awful pass defense that comes in at 118th in the nation.

Josh Gordon WR Baylor vs. Colorado:
“Flash” Gordon has emerged as a favorite target of RGIII and has scored in four straight games. He is the deep threat for the Bears and usually hits on at least 1 bomb per week. He could find some room to operate this week against the 87th ranked pass defense of the Buffs.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Florida State vs. Boston College
Southern Miss vs. Memphis
Virginia Tech vs. Wake Forest
Utah vs. Wyoming
LSU vs. McNeese State
Arizona vs. Washington 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 7 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Bryant Moniz HAW 1 Daniel Thomas KANST 1 Justin Blackmon OKST
2 Cam Newton AUB 2 Jacquizz Rodgers OREGST 2 Greg Salas HAW
3 Taylor Potts TTECH 3 DeMarco Murray OKLA 3 Ryan Broyles OKLA
4 Colin Kaepernick NEV 4 Shane Vereen CAL 4 Kealoha Pilares HAW
5 Brandon Weeden OKST 5 Vai Taua NEV 5 Randall Cobb KENT
6 Robert Griffin BAY 6 Marcus Lattimore SCAR 6 Mohamed Sanu RUT
7 Russell Wilson NCST 7 Steven Ridley LSU 7 Aldrick Robinson SMU
8 Ben Chappell IND 8 Kendall Hunter OKST 8 Juron Criner ARIZST
9 Ryan Mallett ARK 9 Johnny White UNC 9 Kris Adams UTEP
10 Denard Robinson MICH 10 Adam Robinson IOWA 10 Lyle Leong TTECH
11 Landry Jones OKLA 11 Bryce Beall HOU 11 Jeff Fuller TX A&M
12 GJ Kinne TULSA 12 Andre Ellington CLEM 12 DJ Woods CINCY
13 Kyle Padron SMU 13 Edwin Baker MCHST 13 Dwayne Harris ECU
14 Taylor Martinez NEB 14 Ed Wesley TCU 14 Alshon Jeffrey SCAR
15 Jerrod Johnson TXA&M 15 Mark Ingram ALAB 15 Titus Young BOISE
16 Dominique Davis ECAR 16 Bobby Rainey WKEN 16 Jerrel Jernigan TROY
17 Austin Davis SMISS 17 Jermaine Thomas FSU 17 Austin Pettis BOISE
18 Trevor Vittatoe UTEP 18 LeVeon Bell MCHST 18 Tandon Doss IND
19 Ricky Dobbs NAVY 19 Nic Grigsby (inj) ARIZ 19 James Cleveland HOU
20 Tyrod Taylor VTECH 20 Paris Cotton CMICH 20 Michael Floyd ND
21 Dayne Crist ND 21 Chad Spann NILL 21 TJ Moe MIZZU
22 Chandler Harnish NILL 22 Doug Martin BOISE 22 Vincent Brown SDST
23 Aaron Murray GEORG 23 Daniel Herron OSU 23 AJ Green UGA
24 Kellen Moore BOISE 24 Lance Dunbar NTEX 24 Theo Riddick ND
25 Josh Nesbitt GTECH 25 Matt Brown TEMP 25 Armon Binns SMU
26 Zach Collaros CIN 26 Eddie Wide UTAH 26 Leo. Hankerson MIAMI
27 Dwight Dasher MTEN 27 Bilal Powell LOUIS 27 Armand Robinson MIA-OH
28 Corey Robinson TROY 28 Sam McGuffie RICE 28 Jermaine Kearse WASH
29 Jacory Harris MIAFL 29 Jacquise Terry KENT 29 Demarlo Belcher IND
30 Andy Dalton TCU 30 Duane Bennett MINN 30 Kamar Jorden BGREEN
31 Ricky Stanzi IOWA 31 Noel Devine WVU 31 Greg Childs ARK
32 Terrell Pryor OHST 32 Matthew Tucker TCU 32 Darvin Adams AUB
33 Nick Foles ARIZ 33 Zach Line SMU 33 Robert Woods USC
34 Kolton Browing LAMON 34 Donald Buckram UTEP 34 Jordan White WMU
35 Stephen Garcia SCAR 35 Roy Helu NEB 35 Cody Wilson CMU
36 Larry Smith VANDY 36 John Clay WISC 36 Markus Wheaton OREGST
37 Adam Froman LOUIS 37 Trent Richardson ALAB 37 Ronald Johnson USC
38 Nick Fanuzzi RICE 38 Christine Michael TXA&M 38 DeVier Posey OHIO ST
39 Ryan Radcliff CMICH 39 Damien Berry MIAFL 39 Torrey Smith FAU
40 Matt Barkley USC 40 Anthony Allen GTECH 40 Marvin McNutt IOWA
41 Ryan Aplin ARKST 41 Darren Evans VTECH 41 Josh Gordon BAY
42 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 42 DaRel Scott MARY 42 Jarvis Williams NCST
43 Boo Jackson OHIO 43 Alex Allen AKRON 43 Jereme Brooks UTAH
44 Pete Thomas COLOST 44 Allan Bradford USC 44 Owen Spencer NCST
45 Jake Locker WASH 45 Vick Ballard MISST 45 Juan Nunez WMU
46 Ryan Lindley SDST 46 Armando Allen ND 46 D. Sanzenbacher OHIO ST
47 Ryan Katz OREGST 47 Darius Willis IND 47 Jamel Hamler FRESNO
48 Jordan Wynn UTAH 48 Ronnie Hillman SDST 48 Keshawn Martin MICHST
49 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 49 Asher Clark AFA 49 Kendall Wright BAY
50 Bryan Ellis UAB 50 Chris Thompson FSU 50 Chris Matthews KENT
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name
1 Michael Egnew MIZZU 1 Devin Barclay OHIOST 1 Boise State
2 Lance Kendricks WISC 2 Dan Bailey OKST 2 TCU
3 George Bryan NCST 3 Josh Jasper LSU 3 LSU
4 L. Green (Inj) ULL 4 Joe Phillips UTAH 4 Alabama
5 DJ Williams ARK 5 Kyle Brotzman BOISE 5 Utah
6 Eric Lair MINN 6 Grant Ressel MIZZU 6 Miami, FL  
7 Jack Doyle WKU 7 Josh Czajkoiwski NCST 7 Florida State  
8 Ted Bolser IND 8 Jake Rogers CINCY 8 Arizona  
9 Zack Pianalto UNC 9 Dan Conroy MICHST 9 Oklahoma
10 Virgil Green NEVADA 10 Wes Byrum AUB 10 Florida
11 Allen Reisner IOWA 11 Anthony Martinez NEV 11 Virginia Tech
12 Joe Halahuni ORG ST 12 Blair Walsh UGA 12 Iowa
13 Kyle Efaw BOISE 13 Scott Enos HAW 13 West Virginia
14 Collin Franklin IW ST 14 Kevin Goessling FRESNO 14 Ohio State
15 Ben Guidugli CIN 15 Ross Evans TCU 15 Nebraska
16 Dwayne Allen CLEM 16 Eric Folk WASH 16 Ohio
17 Brandon Barden VAND 17 Dustin Hopkins FSU 17 South Carolina
18 Vance McDonald RICE 18 Alex Henery NEB 18 NC State
19 David Blackburn CMU 19 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 19 Notre Dame
20 Ben Thayer EMU 20 Michael Taylor TROY 20 Temple
21 Charlie Gantt MICHST 21 Thomas Weber ARIZST 21 Rutgers
22 Danny Noble TOLEDO 22 Trey Farquar IDAHO 22 Texas
23 Cameron Graham LVILLE 23 Chris Hazley VTECH 23 Southern Miss
24 Orson Charles UGA 24 Dakota Warren UTEP 24 N.Illinois
25 P. Lutzenkirchen AUB 25 Randy Bullock TX A&M 25 Idaho
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