Daily Blog • October 28, 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 8-4 record including a perfect 6-0 mark with my RB's and Defenses as my RB's each had 100+ rushing and combined for 5 TD's and my defenses gave up an avg of 15 pts and 216 yds! Overall on the season I am 59-24-14 (66%). To check out last week's picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.


My QB’s of the week are: Garrett Gilbert, Texas, Carson Coffman, Kansas St and Alex Carder, Western Michigan

Garrett Gilbert, Texas-Gilbert comes in with just a 6-8 ratio on the season and is completing less than 60% of passes for the unranked Longhorns and is coming off a loss at home to Iowa St where he threw 3 crucial interceptions (did have 344 pass yds). This week he takes on my #81 pass efficiency defense, which is giving up 235 pass ypg and a 64% comp rate and last week allowed 298 yds passing to a Kansas St team that is known more as a running team. This week my computer forecasts Texas to have 308 pass yds and if that happens Gilbert will should have one of his best performances in his young career and the Horns get the win over #25 Baylor.

Carson Coffman, Kansas St-Here is a name many of you may not know but Coffman has been very efficient for the 5-2 Wildcats this year completing 66% of his passes with a 8-4 ratio and has added 128 rush yds with 7 TD’s. Last week he threw for 231 yds and this week takes on a Oklahoma St pass defense that is allowing a 284 pass yds per game (#115 in NCAA) and last week allowed 323 pass yds and 5 TD’s to Nebraska’s Taylor Martinez who is primarily known as a running QB and hadn’t even thrown for 150+ yds in any game up until that point. My computer calls for 240 pass yds for the Wildcats and 432 total yds and I would not be surprised to see Coffman have 250+ yds passing and running with a couple of TD’s.

Alex Carder, Western Michigan-Carder is avg 277 pass ypg (62%) with a 15-9 ratio and has easily leads the Broncos with 6 TD’s on the ground. The Bronco offense has avg 352 pass ypg in their 3 MAC conference games but will be clearly tested here against a solid Northern Illinois pass TD that has a 6-12 TD-Int ratio this season. While Carder may not have career numbers in this game, I’ll call for him to lead the Bronco offense to 350+ total offense yds (N Illinois D allowing just 271 in MAC play) and Western pulls the upset at home.


My RB’s of the week are: Damien Berry, Miami, Fl, Alex Green, Hawaii and Ronnie Weaver, UCF

Damien Berry, Miami, Fl-In a wide open RB competition with LY’s leading rusher Cooper out with an ACL injury, I called for Berry to win the starting job and he has come on with 4 straight 100+ yd games and leads the Canes with 648 yds (5.0) and 3 TD’s. This week he takes on a Virginia defense that is allowing 291 rush yds in their last four games and last week allowed 290 rush yds (7.1) to Eastern Michigan! Berry could have a career-day this week as my computer calls for 228 rush yds for the Canes with Berry easily topping the 100 yd mark for the 5th straight game.

Alex Green, Hawaii-Green has quietly rushed for 488 yds (6.9) and 6 TD’s for the Warriors and last week ran for 172 yds (12.3) in the blowout win over Utah St. This week he faces a Idaho defense that will be focused on stopping the high-powered UH passing attack which should leave running lanes open for Green. Anytime you take a Hawaii RB it has to be considered as a surprise and this week Green could top 100 yds again.

Ronnie Weaver, UCF-Weaver leads the Knights with 458 rush yds (4.5) and 8 TD’s and this week takes on a East Carolina defense that is allowing 173 rush ypg (4.4). My computer calls for 201 yds rushing for the Knights and I think Weaver has a great shot at getting 100 yds in this game as UCF takes command in the CUSA East race.


My WR’s of the week are: Derek Moye, Penn St, Marquess Wilson, Washington St and Patrick Edwards, Houston

Derek Moye, Penn St-Moye leads the Nittany Lions with 25 rec (18.3) and 3 TD’s and the last two weeks has 6 rec (31.2!) and 3 TD’s. This week he goes up against a Michigan pass defense that ranks #117 in the country allowing 296 pass ypg! While the Lions have questions surrounding the QB position this week, it should not matter here and I’ll call for Moye to have a great game as my computer projects 283 pass yds for PSU which would easily be a season-high.

Marquess Wilson, Washington St-Wilson along with USC’s Robert Woods maybe the top two freshman WR’s in the country as he leads the Cougars with 791 yds (19.3) and 4 TD’s and this week takes on an avg Arizona St pass defense that is giving up 227 pass ypg. The Cougars pass offense has gone over the 200 yds mark in every game this season and my computer calls for 225 pass yds here with Wilson leading the way.

Patrick Edwards, Houston-New Houston QB Piland seems to have found a go-to receiver in Edwards who has 15 rec (17.1) and 4 TD’s the last two weeks. This week they take on a poor Memphis pass defense that is allowing 258 pass ypg (64%) with a 19-5 ratio and ranks #115 in my PDR. My computer calls for 318 yds passing and Edwards should top the 100-yd mark here.


My Top Defenses of the Week: Arizona, Illinois and South Carolina

Arizona vs UCLA-The Wildcats defense outside of the Oregon St game has been very impressive this season allowing just 285 total yds per game including just 90 rush ypg (2.6). This week they take on a UCLA team that will be playing with a backup QB and after three straight wins (30+ pts in each) has scored just 20 pts the last two weeks and avg just 219 yds. My computer calls for just 14 pts for the Bruins and I agree.

Illinois vs Purdue-A year after giving up 30 ppg and 403 ypg the Illinois defense is one of the most improved in the entire country this season giving up 18 ppg and 315 ypg. This week they get a Boilers offense that was shutout last week and didn’t cross the 100 yd mark until their final drive. My computer calls for just 10 pts and 241 yds this week, which would be the best numbers put up by the Illini defense this season against FBS teams and they should get an easy win here.

South Carolina vs Tennessee-The Gamecocks defense had one of their best performances of the season last week allowing just 250 yds and 7 pts on the road to Vanderbilt. This week they get a beat-up Tennessee offense that is avg just 13 ppg and 267 ypg the last three weeks against tough SEC competition. My computer calls for just 12 pts and 263 yds for the Volunteers and I think Spurrier and Co. get some revenge from last season’s 18 pt loss.

Upset of the Week:

Western Michigan over Northern Illinois

This is the key game in the MAC this week as the winner takes command of the MAC West race along with Toledo. The Broncos have won 3 of their L/4 vs Northern and their QB Carder is avg 277 pass ypg (62%) with a 15-9 ratio and has easily leads the Broncos with 6 TD’s on the ground. The Bronco offense has avg 352 pass ypg in their 3 MAC conference games but will be clearly tested here against a solid Northern Illinois pass TD that has a 6-12 TD-Int ratio this season. NIU QB Harnish is avg 153 ypg (67%) with a 10-3 ratio and also has 526 yds rushing (6.4) while RB Spann leads the MAC with 854 (5.3) and 11 TD's. This should be a tight game throughout but I'll go with the home team in a upset.


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 9 Rankings

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Colin Kaepernick, NEV vs UTST 1) Vai Taua, NEV vs UTST
2) Bryant Moniz, HAW vs IDAH 2) Ed Wesley, TCU @ UNLV
3) Cameron Newton, AUB @ MISS 3) Kendall Hunter, OKST @ KNST
4) Taylor Martinez, NEB vs MO 4) Daniel Herron, OSU @ MINN
5) Austin Davis, SMISS vs UAB 5) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST vs CAL
6) Ricky Dobbs, NAVY vs DUKE 6) Alexander Teich, NAVY vs DUKE
7) Trent Steelman, ARMY vs VMI 7) Stepfan Taylor, STAN @ WASH
8) Jeremiah Masoli, MISS vs AUB 8) Ronnie Hillman, SDST @ WY
9) Andy Dalton, TCU @ UNLV 9) LaMichael James, ORE @ USC
10) Kellen Moore, BOST vs LATC 10) DeMarco Murray, OKLA vs COL
11) Denard Robinson, MICH @ PSU 11) Doug Martin, BOST vs LATC
12) Darron Thomas, ORE @ USC 12) Daniel Thomas, KNST vs OKST
13) Dayne Crist, ND vs TULSA 13) Alexander Robinson, IWST vs KAN
14) Dan Persa, NWU @ IND 14) Adonis Thomas, TOL @ EMCH
15) Matt Barkley, USC vs ORE 15) Alex Green, HAW vs IDAH
16) Landry Jones, OKLA vs COL 16) Ronnie Weaver, CFLA vs ECU
17) Kyle Padron, SMU @ TUL 17) Jared Hassin, ARMY vs VMI
18) Taylor Potts, TXTC @ TXAM 18) Johnny White, UNC vs WMARY
19) Andrew Luck, STAN @ WASH 19) Bernard Pierce, TEMP vs AKRN
20) Alex Carder, WMCH vs NIU 20) Bryce Beall, HOU @ MEM
21) Boo Jackson, OHIO vs LALF 21) Keola Antolin, ARZ @ UCLA
22) Mike Hartline, KTKY @ MSU 22) Chad Spann, NIU @ WMCH
23) Jeff Tuel, WAST @ AZST 23) Eddie Wide, UTAH @ AF
24) Dominique Davis, ECU @ CFLA 24) Jacquise Terry, KENT vs BLST
25) Ricky Stanzi, IOWA vs MIST 25) Bobby Rainey, WKTY vs NOTX
26) Spencer Keith, KENT vs BLST 26) Zach Line, SMU @ TUL
27) Jeffrey Godfrey, CFLA vs ECU 27) Damien Berry, MIA @ VA
28) Alex Gillett, EMCH vs TOL 28) Deantre Lewis, AZST vs WAST
29) Russell Wilson, NCST vs FSU 29) Shane Vereen, CAL @ ORST
30) G.J. Kinne, TULSA @ ND 30) Lance Dunbar, NOTX @ WKTY
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Greg Salas, HAW vs IDAH 1) Rob Housler, FAU vs FIU
2) Derek Moye, PSU vs MICH 2) Johdrick Morris, SMISS vs UAB
3) Jeff Fuller, TXAM vs TXTC 3) Ted Bolser, IND vs NWU
4) Armon Binns, CIN vs SYR 4) Evan Rodriguez, TEMP vs AKRN
5) Michael Floyd, ND vs TULSA 5) David Paulson, ORE @ USC
6) Ryan Broyles, OKLA vs COL 6) Tim Biere, KAN @ IWST
7) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, IOWA vs MIST 7) Cameron Graham, LOU @ PITT
8) Kris Adams, UTEP @ MRSH 8) Lucas Reed, NMEX @ COST
9) Jermaine Kearse, WASH vs STAN 9) Kyle Efaw, BOST vs LATC
10) Dwight Jones, UNC vs WMARY 10) Ben Thayer, EMCH vs TOL
11) Alshon Jeffery, SOCAR vs TENN 11) Coby Fleener, STAN @ WASH
12) Titus Young, BOST vs LATC 12) Kyle Nelson, NMSU vs SJST
13) Juan Nunez, WMCH vs NIU 13) Jordan Reed, FLA @ GA
14) Kealoha Pilares, HAW vs IDAH 14) Tyler Eifert, ND vs TULSA
15) Ryan Tannehill, TXAM vs TXTC 15) Mike Cruz, PITT vs LOU
16) Patrick Edwards, HOU @ MEM 16) Paul Freedman, VA vs MIA
17) Aldrick Robinson, SMU @ TUL 17) Max Dedmond, IND vs NWU
18) Austin Pettis, BOST vs LATC 18) Adam Nissley, CFLA vs ECU
19) Jonathan Baldwin, PITT vs LOU 19) Chris Pantale, BC vs CLEM
20) Niles Paul, NEB vs MO 20) D.J. Williams, ARK vs VNDY
21) Casey Robottom, TUL vs SMU 21) Mike McNeill, NEB vs MO
22) Eric Page, TOL @ EMCH 22) Alex Bayer, BGSU @ CMCH
23) Marquess Wilson, WAST @ AZST 23) Cody Sparks, TUL vs SMU
24) Jordan White, WMCH vs NIU 24) Ladarius Green, LALF @ OHIO
25) Randall Cobb, KTKY @ MSU 25) Luke Stocker, TENN @ SOCAR
26) Robert Woods, USC vs ORE 26) George Bryan, NCST vs FSU
27) DeMarco Sampson, SDST @ WY 27) Garrett Hoskins, EMCH vs TOL
28) Chris Matthews, KTKY @ MSU 28) Trey Millard, OKLA vs COL
29) D.J. Woods, CIN vs SYR 29) Demetrius Coley, WKTY vs NOTX
30) Greg Childs, ARK vs VNDY 30) Eric Lair, MINN vs OSU
Kickers Defenses
1) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS vs UAB 1) TCU, TCU @ UNLV
2) Chris Philpott, LOU @ PITT 2) Arizona, ARZ @ UCLA
3) Alex Carlton, ARMY vs VMI 3) Boise St, BOST vs LATC
4) Abel Perez, SDST @ WY 4) Miami (Fla), MIA @ VA
5) Dan Bailey, OKST @ KNST 5) Temple, TEMP vs AKRN
6) Colin Wagner, PSU vs MICH 6) Navy, NAVY vs DUKE
7) Wes Byrum, AUB @ MISS 7) UNC, UNC vs WMARY
8) Giorgio Tavecchio, CAL @ ORST 8) Illinois, ILL vs PUR
9) Dan Hutchins, PITT vs LOU 9) Oklahoma, OKLA vs COL
10) Casey Barth, UNC vs WMARY 10) Florida St, FSU @ NCST
11) Freddy Cortez, KENT vs BLST 11) Army, ARMY vs VMI
12) Ross Evans, TCU @ UNLV 12) Kent St, KENT vs BLST
13) Justin Tucker, TEX vs BAY 13) Utah, UTAH @ AF
14) Matt Williams, TXTC @ TXAM 14) South Carolina, SOCAR vs TENN
15) Kyle Brotzman, BOST vs LATC 15) Miami (Ohio), MIOH @ BUFF
16) Jake Rogers, CIN vs SYR 16) Ohio St, OSU @ MINN
17) Stefan Demos, NWU @ IND 17) Iowa St, IWST vs KAN
18) Alex Henery, NEB vs MO 18) Missouri, MO @ NEB
19) Scott Enos, HAW vs IDAH 19) Baylor, BAY @ TEX
20) Derek Depasquale, MSU vs KTKY 20) Connecticut, UCONN vs WVU
21) Aaron Jones, BAY @ TEX 21) NC State, NCST vs FSU
22) Mike Cklamovski, NIU @ WMCH 22) Bowling Green, BGSU @ CMCH
23) Joe Phillips, UTAH @ AF 23) West Virginia, WVU @ UCONN
24) Derek Dimke, ILL vs PUR 24) Cincinnati, CIN vs SYR
25) Matt Hogan, HOU @ MEM 25) Central Mich, CMCH vs BGSU
26) Rob Beard, ORE @ USC 26) Buffalo, BUFF vs MIOH
27) Ross Krautman, SYR @ CIN 27) Texas, TEX vs BAY
28) Ben DeLine, COST vs NMEX 28) Georgia, GA vs FLA
29) Trey Farquhar, IDAH @ HAW 29) Troy, TROY @ LAMO
30) Mitch Ewald, IND vs NWU 30) Hawaii, HAW vs IDAH


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 9

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 9
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The ninth 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 9.


Austen Arnaud QB Iowa State vs. Kansas:
Arnaud has not been spectacular this season, but he could fair very well against a shoddy Kansas defense. The Cyclones are coming off a huge win against Texas and may be in for a let down game, which could lead to Arnaud having to put up numbers to pull out a victory. This veteran is not a bad option this week.

Dayne Crist QB Notre Dame vs. Tulsa:
The play of Crist has been less than desirable lately, but a visit from the worst pass defense in the country might prove to be just what he needs to get back on track. The Golden Hurricane give up a staggering 330 yards per game in the air and have allowed 19 passing touchdowns on the season. A 300-yard effort looks to be well within reach this week.

Jeremiah Masoli QB Ole Miss vs. Auburn:
Masoli is coming off a game in which he threw for 327 yards and 3 scores and also chipped in with 98 yards on the ground. While he may not duplicate those rushing numbers, he could very well find success passing against the Tigers and their 101st ranked pass defense. The Rebels may need to throw the ball often to keep up with the high-powered Auburn offense, so Masoli could be a busy guy on Saturday.

Kolton Browning QB Louisiana Monroe vs. Troy:
Browning has been inconsistent so far, but has shown flashes of his big play ability several times this season. He gets to attack a lousy Troy pass defense that ranks 109th in the nation this year. The Warhawks will be hard pressed to stay with the Trojans and Browning may be forced to throw early and often in this match up.

Running Backs

Jared Hassin RB Army vs. VMI
Hassin is the 2nd leading rusher on an Army team that runs, runs, runs, and then runs some more. He rumbled for 118 yards and a score in a tough loss to Rutgers in Week 7. The Army rushing machine should be in top gear against VMI and Hassin has a good chance at posting solid rushing totals in this one. He could easily top the 100-yard plateau.

Adonis Thomas RB Toledo vs. Eastern Michigan:
Thomas exploded last week with 130 yards and a score in a win over Ball State. He has scored three times in the past two games and could easily find the end zone again this week. The Eagles are an abysmal 117th in the country against the run and have given up 25 touchdowns on the ground. Thomas could be in for a big fantasy effort this week.

Knile Davis RB Arkansas vs. Vanderbilt:
Davis is really starting to post nice numbers and was huge last week with 176 yards rushing and 3 trips to pay dirt. With the Commodores coming to town this week, Davis could be in store for a repeat performance. Vanderbilt ranks 92nd in the nation against the run and might struggle to stop Davis and the entire Hogs offense. With Ryan Mallett all banged up, the Razorbacks may lean on Davis even more heavily this week.

Cameron Marshall RB Arizona State vs. Washington State:
Marshall splits carries with Deante Lewis, but it might not take many carries to have a successful day against Wazzu. The Cougars are pathetic against the run while allowing over 237 yards per game on the ground. The Sun Devils have struggled recently to run the ball, but that should change when they line up against the Cougars in the desert.

Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

Derek Moye WR Penn State vs. Michigan
Moye has been solid his past two games totaling 187 yards and 3 scores over that period. His hot streak could continue this week, as he will be running routes against a Wolverines pas defense that ranks near the bottom at 117th in the country. Another 100-yard day and a score could be in the cards for this Nittany Lion in Week 9.

Ryan Tannehill WR Texas A&M vs. Texas Tech:
This is where it gets tricky. Depending on your league, Tannehill may be eligible to be played as a WR and that is huge considering he is expected to get half the snaps this week as the Aggies quarterback. If your league allows it, play him at WR this week and watch the points pile up. Be sure to check what his eligibility is in your particular league because he holds little value if you have to play him as a QB.

Alex Torres WR Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M:
Torres is finally starting to put up some fantasy numbers and could continue to produce this week against A&M. He is fresh off a 133 yard and 1 score performance against Colorado. The Aggies pass defense is suspect at best and comes in at 85th in the country this season. Another solid performance is very possible from Torres is what could be a very high-scoring game in College Station.

DeVier Posey WR Ohio State vs. Minnesota:
Posey has beena huge fantasy disappointment this season, but is showing signs of coming to life. He has scored in two of the past three games and 16 receptions over that time period. He should enjoy going against a shaky Gophers pass defense in prime time this week.

Lucas Reed TE New Mexico vs. Colorado State:
Reed is a hot name this week after his 100 yard and 2 score performance last week against San Diego State. He may be a one-week wonder, but he is worth a shot with the weak TE pool this season.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Army vs. VMI
North Carolina vs. William & Mary
Arkansas vs. Vanderbilt
Arizona State 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 9 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Cameron Newton AUB 1 Kendall Hunter OKST 1 Greg Salas HAW
2 Bryant Moniz HAW 2 Vai Taua (inj) NEV 2 Jeff Fuller TXAM
3 Colin Kaepernick NEV 3 LaMichael James OREG 3 Michael Floyd (inj) ND
4 Andrew Luck STAN 4 Jacquizz Rodgers OREGST 4 Alshon Jeffrey SCAR
5 Matt Barkley USC 5 DeMarco Murray OKLA 5 Kealoha Pilares HAW
6 Kyle Padron SMU 6 Daniel Thomas KSU 6 Jermaine Kearse WASH
7 Dan Persa NW 7 Stepfan Taylor STAN 7 Ryan Tannehill (QB) TXAM
8 Mike Hartline KNTKY 8 Ed Wesley TCU 8 Juan Nunez WMICH
9 Taylor Martinez NEB 9 Bernard Pierce TEMP 9 DJ-Koulianos IOWA
10 Austin Davis SMISS 10 Daniel Herron OHIOST 10 Aldrick Robinson SMU
11 Robert Griffin BAY 11 Ronnie Hillman (inj) SDST 11 Robert Woods USC
12 Andy Dalton TCU 12 Chad Spann NO.ILL 12 Patrick Edwards HOU
13 Dayne Crist ND 13 Shane Vereen CAL 13 Armon Binns CINN
14 Ben Chappell IND 14 Adam Robinson IOWA 14 Ryan Broyles (inj) OKLA
15 Darron Thomas OREG 15 Alex.Robinson IOWAST 15 Randall Cobb (inj) KENT
16 Austin Dantin TOLED 16 Bobby Rainey WKU 16 Eric Page TOLEDO
17 Landry Jones OKLA 17 Jacquise Terry KENTST 17 Dwight Jones UNC
18 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 18 Damien Berry MIA-FL 18 Jerrell Jernigan TROY
19 Terrelle Pryor OHST 19 Lance Dunbar NTEX 19 Ronald Johnson USC
20 Denard Robinson MICH 20 Jordan Todman CONN 20 Jeff Maehl OREG
21 Taylor Potts TTECH 21 Montel Harris BC 21 Tandon Doss IND
22 Brandon Weeden OKST 22 Adonis Thomas TOL 22 Jeremy Ebert NW
23 Ricky Dobbs NAVY 23 Ronnie Weaver UCF 23 Demarlo Belcher IND
24 Kellen Moore BOISE 24 Bryce Beall HOU 24 AJ Green GEORG
25 Ricky Stanzi IOWA 25 Jared Hassin ARMY 25 Leo. Hankerson MIA-FL
26 Chandler Harnish NILL 26 Eddie Wide UTAH 26 Alex Torres TTECH
27 Tino Sunseri PITT 27 Zach Line SMU 27 Jordan White WMICH
28 Stephen Garcia SCAR 28 Vick Ballard (inj) MISSST 28 Armand Robinson MIA-OH
29 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 29 Bilal Powell LVILLE 29 Torrey Smith MARY
30 Trent Steelman ARMY 30 Mike LeShoure ILLINI 30 D. Sanzenbacher OHIOST
31 Jake Locker (inj) WASH 31 Alexander Teich NAVY 31 Kamar Jorden BGREEN
32 Jeremiah Masoli MISS 32 Alex Green HAW 32 James Cleveland HOU
33 Jeff Tuel WAST 33 Andre Ellington CLEM 33 Juron Criner ARIZ
34 Matt Scott ARIZ 34 Dion Lewis PITT 34 Dwayne Harris ECU
35 Austen Arnaud IWST 35 Johnny White UNC 35 Marcus Rivers BUFF
36 Jordan Wynn UTAH 36 Knile Davis ARK 36 Jared Karstetter WAZZU
37 Jacory Harris MIAFL 37 M. Lattimore (inj) SCAR 37 Kris Adams UTEP
38 Boo Jackson OHIO 38 Noel Devine WVU 38 Derek Moye PSU
39 Russell Wilson NCST 39 Alfred Morris FAU 39 Jonathan Baldwin PITT
40 Kirk Cousins MCHST 40 Washan Ealey GEORG 40 Casey Robottom TUL
41 Ryan Lindley SDST 41 Rodney Stewart COLO 41 Kendall Wright BAY
42 GJ Kinne TULSA 42 Keola Antolin ARIZ 42 Marquess Wilson WAZZU
43 Ryan Mallett ARK 43 Deantre Lewis (inj) ARIZST 43 Cole Beasley SMU
44 Carson Coffman KANST 44 Chris Polk WASH 44 DeMarco Sampson SDST
45 Garrett Gilbert TEXAS 45 Tauren Poole TENN 45 Chris Matthews (inj) KENT
46 Dominique Davis ECAR 46 Ray Graham PITT 46 DJ Woods CINN
47 Jerrod Johnson TXA&M 47 Shaun Draughn UNC 47 Greg Childs (inj) ARK
48 Christian Ponder FSU 48 Cameron Marshall ARIZST 48 DeVier Posey OHIOST
49 Jeffrey Godrey UCF 49 Nic Grigsby ARIZ 49 Owen Spencer NCST
50 Steven Threat AZST 50 Jay Finley BAY 50 Joe Adams (inj) ARK
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name
1 Michael Egnew MIZZU 1 Devin Barclay OHIOST 1 Ohio State
2 Rob Housler FAU 2 Nate Whitaker STAN 2 TCU
3 Tyler Eifert ND 3 Alex Henery NEB 3 Miami (FL)
4 David Paulson OREG 4 Dan Bailey OKST 4 North Carolina
5 Ladarius Green (inj) ULL 5 Dan Conroy MICHST 5 Oklahoma
6 Ted Bolser IND 6 Joe Phillips UTAH 6 Arizona  
7 Collin Franklin IOWAST 7 Rob Beard OREG 7 Temple  
8 Allen Reisner IOWA 8 Ross Evans WASH 8 Utah  
9 Coby Fleener STAN 9 Danny Hrapmann SMISS 9 Florida
10 DJ Williams ARK 10 Wes Byrum AUB 10 Navy
11 Johdrick Morris SMISS 11 Scott Enos HAW 11 South Carolina
12 George Bryan NCST 12 Blair Walsh GEORG 12 Army
13 Joe Halahuni OREGST 13 David Ruffer ND 13 Illinois
14 Virgil Green NEV 14 Collin Wagner PENNST 14 Georgia
15 Lucas Reed NMST 15 Casey Barth UNC 15 West Virginia
16 D. Dunsmore (inj) NW 16 Kai Forbath UCLA 16 Florida State
17 Dwayne Allen CLEM 17 Michael Taylor TROY 17 Iowa
18 Eric Lair MINN 18 Matt Szymanski SMU 18 Iowa State
19 Jack Doyle WKU 19 Brandon McManus TEMPLE 19 Kent State
20 Brandon Barden VANDY 20 Dan Hutchins PITT 20 Michigan State
21 Cameron Graham LVILLE 21 Trey Farquhar IDAHO 21 Texas
22 Ben Guidugli CINN 22 Grent Ressel MIZZU 22 Notre Dame
23 Danny Noble TOLEDO 23 Derek Dimke ILLINI 23 Connecticut
24 David Blackburn CMICH 24 Thomas Weber ARIZST 24 Arkansas
25 Ben Thayer EMICH 25 Matt Weller OHIO  25 Florida State
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