Daily Blog • September 30, 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 I continued my weekly surprise fantasy picks last week with a 4-2-5 record. Overall on the season I am 29-10-11 (66%). To check out last week's picks click here. Here are my picks for this week.


My QB’s of the week are: TJ Yates, North Carolina, Alex Carder, Western Michigan and Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP

TJ Yates, North Carolina-Yates has had a solid season avg 275 ypg (68%) with a 5-1 ratio. This week he takes on a East Carolina pass defense that allowed 300+ yds to Tulsa and Memphis earlier this season as QB’s on the year are hitting 63.3% against them. My computer projects 300+ yds for Yates as the Tar Heels roll against my #115 rated ECU pass defense.

Alex Carder, Western Michigan-I picked Carder a couple of weeks against Toledo and he turned it over 6 times in the loss. I am going to give him a mulligan here with two weeks to prepare against a Idaho defense traveling across the country and last week allowed 494 yds to a Colorado St team that snapped their 12 game losing streak in the 36-34 Rams win. My computer calls for 318 yds passing for Carder as the Broncos get the upset.

Trevor Vittatoe, UTEP-Vittatoe is avg 247 ypg (57%) with a 8-2 ratio and this week goes up against one of the worst defenses in the NCAA in New Mexico which is giving 506 total ypg including 285 passing with a 66.7% comp rate and a 11-1 ratio. Vittatoe could have one of his best games of the year and should easily top his 247 ypg average.


My RB’s of the week are: Vai Taua, Nevada, LaMichael James, Oregon and Johnathan Franklin, UCLA

Vai Taua, Nevada-The Wolf pack have rushed for a combined 1,003 yds the last two years vs UNLV and this year Nevada is avg 286 rush ypg and are led by Taua with 453 (5.6) and 5 TD’s. The UNLV defense this year is improved as they are allowing 161 rush ypg (4.2) as compared to 221 (5.7) last year. However in their only game against a very good running attack this year they allowed 278 yds (5.6) to Wisconsin. My computer projects 298 rush yds for the Pack and I think Taua and Kaepernick both go over 100 yds rushing (3 players 170+ rush yds last year).

LaMichael James, Oregon-While the Stanford defense is allowing just 116 rush ypg, they did give up 207 (3.9) to Wake Forest a couple of weeks ago. James has been on a tear the last three games after his suspension and leads the Ducks with 447 (7.8) and 4 TD’s. My computer projects 288 rush ypg and it would not surprise me to see James pass the 116 rush total that Stanford is giving up to entire teams this season.

Johnathan Franklin, UCLA-Franklin is off back-to-back 100 yd games and this week goes up against a Washington St team that just allowed 282 rush yds to USC. Franklin and the Bruins proved last week they are a physical team with 260 rush yds against Texas. With QB Prince questionable I expect more RB carries with Franklin get most of the load. 


My WR’s of the week are: Kealoha Pilares and Greg Salas, Hawaii, Aldrick Robinson, SMU and Jordan White, Western Michigan

Kealoha Pilares and Greg Salas, Hawaii-These two WR’s have combined for 52 rec (16.9) and 9 TD’s so far this season. This week they face a Louisiana Tech team that has to make the long road trip and ranks just #105 in pass defense ratings. My computer projects 410 yds passing for the Warriors and if that happens Pilares and Salas could combine for 200 yds receiving.

Aldrick Robinson, SMU-Robinson has just 16 rec (17.1) on this season but does have 4 TD’s and this week will be taking on a Rice defense that is allowing 261 pass ypg. I expect Robinson to have his best game so far this season.

Jordan White, Western Michigan-White is avg 9 rec and 127 ypg with 3 TD’s this season and this week takes on a poor Idaho pass defense that allowed 386 yds passing last week to Colorado St. I expect White and WMU’s other receiver Juan Nunez to have big games as the Broncos get the upset. 


My Top Defenses of the Week: Rutgers, LSU and UCLA

Rutgers vs Tulane-The Knights defense is allowing just 274 ypg including just 94 rush ypg. This week they take on a Tulane offense avg just 298 ypg with just 107 ypg on the ground. My computer projects just 8 points and 60 rush yds for the Green Wave and anytime you hold a team to those numbers you have to be considered one of the top defenses of the week.

LSU vs Tennessee-This will be the first road start for a young QB and inexperienced O-line in a very hostile place to play. The Volunteers barely survived last week vs UAB and are avg just 286 ypg the last two games. This week they take on an attacking Tiger defense that is allowing just 254 ypg and last week gave up just 179 total yds to an explosive West Virginia team. My computer projects just 10 pts and 205 yds this week for the Vols as the Tigers roll to 5-0.

UCLA vs Washington St-The Bruins are a very physical team and they showed the nation last week in their 34-12 upset of #7 Texas by forcing 5 TO’s and limiting the Longhorns to just 85 yds rushing. This week they take on a poor Washington St team that is fresh off a 50-16 loss to USC last week where they managed just 67 rush yds. My computer projects just 10 pts and 263 yds for the Cougars which would give the Bruins another solid performance.

Upset of the Week:

Western Michigan over Idaho

These two last met in '08 with the Broncos winning 51-28 in the Kibbie Dome. Idaho is on its 3rd road game in 4 weeks and are making a rare trip to the Midwest but did beat Northern Illinois last year 34-31 with the Huskies fresh off their upset of Purdue. Idaho is coming off a tough loss to Colorado St as the Rams hit a FG as time expired. Western Michigan is off a bye and QB Carder is avg 307 ypg (64%) with an 8-6 ratio and is #7 in the NCAA in ttl offense (321 ypg) and has a pair of WR's in White (27 rec, 14.1) and Nunez (25 rec, 8.2). WMU clearly has the intangibles edge in this one and will be playing in front of a HC crowd as they get the upset.

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 5 Rankings

Week Five in college football and conference play is in full swing.  Not only are we treated with the annual Red River Rivalry game between Texas and Oklahoma, this week also brings up intriguing matchups between Pac-10 title contenders Stanford and Oregon, an SEC title game rematch against Florida and Alabama, a Thursday night shootout between Texas A&M and Oklahoma State and a Big Ten brawl between Michigan State and Wisconsin.  With such big matchups in the mix, it is getting tougher and tougher to pick your starting lineup, but we are here to help with this week’s player rankings.

Visit CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for more player rankings and projections.

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Terrelle Pryor, OSU @ ILL 1) Bilal Powell, LOU @ AKST
2) Denard Robinson, MICH @ IND 2) Donald Buckram, UTEP vs NMEX
3) Cameron Newton, AUB vs LAMO 3) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST vs AZST
4) Colin Kaepernick, NEV @ UNLV 4) Brandon Bolden, MISS vs KTKY
5) Bryant Moniz, HAW vs LATC 5) Doug Martin, BOST @ NMSU
6) Ryan Colburn, FRST vs CPOLY 6) J.J. Di Luigi, BYU @ UTST
7) G.J. Kinne, TULSA @ MEM 7) Dion Lewis, PITT vs FIU
8) Ben Chappell, IND vs MICH 8) Vick Ballard, MSU vs ALCR
9) Kellen Moore, BOST @ NMSU 9) Deantre Lewis, AZST @ ORST
10) Kyle Padron, SMU @ RICE 10) Ray Graham, PITT vs FIU
11) Dan Persa, NWU @ MINN 11) Chad Spann, NIU @ AKRN
12) Brandon Weeden, OKST vs TXAM 12) Kendall Hunter, OKST vs TXAM
13) Jerrod Johnson, TXAM @ OKST 13) Johnathan Franklin, UCLA vs WAST
14) Robert Griffin, BAY vs KAN 14) Zach Line, SMU @ RICE
15) Josh Nesbitt, GTCH @ WFST 15) Demetris Murray, SOFL vs FAU
16) Jake Locker, WASH @ USC 16) Montel Harris, BC vs ND
17) Austin Dantin, TOL vs WY 17) Vai Taua, NEV @ UNLV
18) Taylor Potts, TXTC @ IWST 18) Carl Volny, CMCH vs BLST
19) Dayne Crist, ND @ BC 19) Lance Dunbar, NOTX vs LALF
20) Ryan Aplin, AKST vs LOU 20) Derrick Locke, KTKY @ MISS
21) Russell Wilson, NCST vs VATC 21) Cameron Marshall, AZST @ ORST
22) Austin Davis, SMISS vs MRSH 22) Damien Berry, MIA @ CLEM
23) Jeremiah Masoli, MISS vs KTKY 23) Warren Norman, VNDY @ UCONN
24) Dominique Davis, ECU @ UNC 24) Christine Michael, TXAM @ OKST
25) Sean Renfree, DUKE @ MYLD 25) Da'Rel Scott, MYLD vs DUKE
26) Chris Relf, MSU vs ALCR 26) Jonathan Williams, ECU @ UNC
27) Jerry Davis, BUFF @ BGSU 27) Johnny White, UNC vs ECU
28) Aaron Murray, GA @ COL 28) James Sims, KAN @ BAY
29) Matt Barkley, USC vs WASH 29) Jared Tew, AF vs NAVY
30) Steven Threet, AZST @ ORST 30) Jordan Todman, UCONN vs VNDY
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Jeff Fuller, TXAM @ OKST 1) Lance Kendricks, WIS @ MIST
2) Mohamed Sanu, RUT vs TUL 2) Zack Pianalto, UNC vs ECU
3) Jermaine Kearse, WASH @ USC 3) Cameron Graham, LOU @ AKST
4) Justin Blackmon, OKST vs TXAM 4) Ladarius Green, LALF @ NOTX
5) Aldrick Robinson, SMU @ RICE 5) Kyle Rudolph, ND @ BC
6) Randall Cobb, KTKY @ MISS 6) Drake Dunsmore, NWU @ MINN
7) Titus Young, BOST @ NMSU 7) Ted Bolser, IND vs MICH
8) Cody Wilson, CMCH vs BLST 8) Danny Noble, TOL vs WY
9) Lyle Leong, TXTC @ IWST 9) Virgil Green, NEV @ UNLV
10) Chris Matthews, KTKY @ MISS 10) Ben Thayer, EMCH vs OHIO
11) Jordan White, WMCH vs IDAH 11) Tommy Gallarda, BOST @ NMSU
12) Greg Salas, HAW vs LATC 12) Jonathan Faucher, FIU @ PITT
13) Conner Vernon, DUKE @ MYLD 13) Philip Lutzenkirchen, AUB vs LAMO
14) Armand Robinson, MIOH vs KENT 14) Eric Lair, MINN vs NWU
15) Eric Page, TOL vs WY 15) Joe Halahuni, ORST vs AZST
16) Darvin Adams, AUB vs LAMO 16) Luke Stocker, TENN @ LSU
17) Torrey Smith, MYLD vs DUKE 17) Rob Housler, FAU @ SOFL
18) Kealoha Pilares, HAW vs LATC 18) B.J. Bostic, GTCH @ WFST
19) Juan Nunez, WMCH vs IDAH 19) Kendrick Bruton, MIOH vs KENT
20) Chad Bumphis, MSU vs ALCR 20) Ryan Deehan, COL vs GA
21) Michael Johnson, UNLV vs NEV 21) Rhett Ellison, USC vs WASH
22) Jalan Saunders, FRST vs CPOLY 22) Dwayne Allen, CLEM vs MIA
23) Matt Lindsey, FRST vs CPOLY 23) Evan Frosch, TCU @ COST
24) A.J. Green, GA @ COL 24) Blake Hammond, WMCH vs IDAH
25) Damarlo Belcher, IND vs MICH 25) Jordon Mcmichael, BC vs ND
26) Michael Floyd, ND @ BC 26) Deven Onarheim, MEM vs TULSA
27) Terrance Turner, IND vs MICH 27) Chaz Demerath, AF vs NAVY
28) Marcus Rivers, BUFF @ BGSU 28) Allen Reisner, IOWA vs PSU
29) Kris Burd, VA vs FSU 29) Dustin White, MIOH vs KENT
30) Darius Johnson, SMU @ RICE 30) George Bryan, NCST vs VATC
Kickers Defenses
1) Kyle Brotzman, BOST @ NMSU 1) Boise St, BOST @ NMSU
2) Devin Barclay, OSU @ ILL 2) TCU, TCU @ COST
3) Dakota Warren, UTEP vs NMEX 3) Ohio St, OSU @ ILL
4) Scott Enos, HAW vs LATC 4) Rutgers, RUT vs TUL
5) Randy Bullock, TXAM @ OKST 5) Central Mich, CMCH vs BLST
6) Kai Forbath, UCLA vs WAST 6) Mississippi St, MSU vs ALCR
7) Kevin Fitzpatrick, TULSA @ MEM 7) UCLA, UCLA vs WAST
8) Trey Farquhar, IDAH @ WMCH 8) Miami (Ohio), MIOH vs KENT
9) Paulo Henriques, MEM vs TULSA 9) Iowa, IOWA vs PSU
10) Nolan Kohorst, UNLV vs NEV 10) Oklahoma, OKLA @ TEX
11) Matt Szymanski, SMU @ RICE 11) Texas Tech, TXTC @ IWST
12) Dan Hutchins, PITT vs FIU 12) Pittsburgh, PITT vs FIU
13) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS vs MRSH 13) LSU, LSU vs TENN
14) Kevin Goessling, FRST vs CPOLY 14) Tennessee, TENN @ LSU
15) Matt Nelson, LATC @ HAW 15) SMU, SMU @ RICE
16) Chris Hazley, VATC @ NCST 16) NC State, NCST vs VATC
17) Anthony Martinez, NEV @ UNLV 17) Florida St, FSU @ VA
18) Wes Byrum, AUB vs LAMO 18) Texas, TEX vs OKLA
19) Mitch Payne, BYU @ UTST 19) Oregon, ORE vs STAN
20) Eric Ellestad, MINN vs NWU 20) Air Force, AF vs NAVY
21) Trevor Cook, MIOH vs KENT 21) Idaho, IDAH @ WMCH
22) Travis Baltz, MYLD vs DUKE 22) Hawaii, HAW vs LATC
23) Stefan Demos, NWU @ MINN 23) Fresno St, FRST vs CPOLY
24) Dan Bailey, OKST vs TXAM 24) Oregon St, ORST vs AZST
25) Nate Whitaker, STAN @ ORE 25) Stanford, STAN @ ORE
26) Nick Freeland, IND vs MICH 26) USC, USC vs WASH
27) Philip Welch, WIS @ MIST 27) Auburn, AUB vs LAMO
28) Peter Caldwell, UTST vs BYU 28) Alabama, ALA vs FLA
29) Ross Evans, TCU @ COST 29) Florida, FLA @ ALA
30) Daniel Lincoln, TENN @ LSU 30) Penn St, PSU @ IOWA


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 5

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays - Week 5
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The fifth 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 5.


Steven Threet QB Arizona State vs. Oregon State:
Threet has been very productive this season and is coming off a 387 yard and 3 score effort against Oregon. This week he gets to shred the porous secondary of the Beavers in what could be a high scoring affair. Fantasy owners could expect to see another 300-yard effort to go along with a couple of scores.

Austin Dantin QB Toledo vs. Wyoming:
Dantin was a popular sleeper pick heading into the season and looks to be starting to live up to the billing. He was solid last week with 270 total yards and 4 scores in an upset win over Purdue. He gets a home game against Wyoming and their 70th ranked pass defense this week. Look for another productive day from Dantin with the possibility of a really big week.

Riley Dodge QB North Texas vs. Louisiana Lafayette:
Dodge is back as the starting QB for the Mean Green and looked good last week in a win over Florida Atlantic. He only threw for 146 yards but did add 2 scores and 67 yards on the ground. He faces a weak Cajuns secondary that ranks 112th in the country against the pass. This could prove to be a very nice fantasy day from Dodge and maybe signs of things to come.

Ryan Radcliff QB Central Michigan vs. Ball State:
Radcliff has filled in admirably for the fantasy legend, Dan LeFevour. He is averaging 285 yards passing per game and faces a shaky Ball State defense this week. He could hit that magic 300 yard mark and add a couple of scores along the way.

Running Backs

Michael Dyer RB Auburn vs. Louisiana Monroe
I have a strong feeling that this week will be the arrival party for this highly touted freshman. The kid is a beast and is coming of a 23-carry game in which he gained 100 yards against a stingy South Carolina defense. I would expect another 100-yard effort and maybe 1 or 2 trips to the end zone for Dyer this week. This could be the start of a monstrous fantasy career for Mr. Dyer.

Jonathan Franklin/Derrick Coleman RB UCLA vs. Washington State:
It is always a good idea to start anyone who is playing against the Cougars and this week both of these backs look like good options. Both scored last week and had roughly 100 yards rushing in a big upset win over Texas. It looks like a good possibility for both guys to exceed 100 yards and a couple of scores against the lowly Cougars rush defense, which ranks 108th in the country.

Ray Graham RB Pittsburgh vs. Florida International:
The main man in the Panthers backfield was supposed to be Dion Lewis, but he has struggled mightily and Graham has been the better player on the field. He has earned more carries and should see plenty against an overmatched FIU team that Pitt will look to get their offense going against this week. Look for a decent outing from Graham with the upside to be really good.

Deantre Lewis RB Arizona State vs. Oregon State:
This freshman has been very explosive this year and is coming off a 192 total yards and 1 score performance against Oregon last week. He splits carries with Cameron Marshall, but Lewis has been more productive and doesn’t need a ton of carries to compile big numbers. He should find plenty of space this week when he faces a Beavers defense that is really shaky right now. Another day of 100 total yards and a score seem like a distinct possibility this week.

Wide Receivers

Hubert Anyiam WR Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M
Anyiam has not lived up to expectations this season, but he appears to be healthy and should become more heavily involved in the Pokes passing game. This game against the Aggies could be fantasy gold and Anyiam just might figure prominently in the outcome. A 100-yard game and a score seem possible this week.

Torrey Smith WR Maryland vs. Duke:
Smith is the top playmaker for the Terrapins and is fresh off a monster game in which he tallied 159 yards and a score. This week he gets to catch passes against a suspect Blue Devils defense and could see another long TD reception in his future. Another 100-yard day is very likely in a game that could be a shootout.

AJ Green WR Georgia vs. Colorado:
Green would not normally make this list as he is a star and should be in the starting lineups on a weekly basis. The reasoning here is that fantasy owners may have forgotten a bit about Green while he served a 4 game suspension and we want to remind them just how good he is on the field. I would expect that Green is chomping at the bit to get back on the field and that can only be good news for fantasy owners everywhere.

Michael Johnson WR UNLV vs. Nevada:
Johnson had a huge game last week with 138 yards receiving a 3 scores. The Rebels could find themselves behind early this week against Nevada and might have to throw the ball all over the field to try and play catch up. The Wolf Packs pass defense ranks 89th in the country and could give up a bunch to Johnson this week.

Eric Lair TE Minnesota vs. Northwestern:
Lair has been decent this season and just recorded a game with 7 receptions for 94 yards. With the TE position so thin this season, Lair could pay off in a big way this week. The Gophers may have to throw often to stay with Northwestern and Lair may see a bunch of passes come his way. Add in the fact that Northwestern is ranked 102nd against the pass and all signs point to a big game for this Gopher.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Auburn vs. Louisiana Monroe
Mississippi State vs. Alcorn State
Florida State vs. Virginia
UCLA vs. Washington State
Pittsburgh vs. Florida International
South Florida vs. Florida Atlantic
Fresno State vs. Cal Poly

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 5 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Collin Kaepernick NEV 1 DeMarco Murray OKLA 1 Mohamed Sanu RUT
2 Denard Robinson MICH 2 Kendall Hunter OKST 2 Randall Cobb KENT
3 Jerrod Johnson TXA&M 3 Johnathan Franklin UCLA 3 Jeff Fuller TX A&M
4 Bryant Moniz HAW 4 Chad Spann NILL 4 Titus Young BOISE
5 GJ Kinne TULSA 5 Derrick Locke KNTKY 5 Justin Blackmon OKST
6 Dan Persa NW 6 LaMichael James OREG 6 Aldrick Robinson SMU
7 Robert Griffin BAY 7 Vai Taua NEV 7 Lyle Leong TTECH
8 Terrelle Pryor OHST 8 John Clay WISC 8 Austin Pettis BOISE
9 Brandon Weeden OKST 9 JJ Di Luigi BYU 9 Jordan White WMU
9 Alex Carder WMICH 10 Doug Martin BOISE 10 Greg Salas HAW
10 Kyle Padron SMU 11 Jacquizz Rodgers ORGST 11 Ryan Broyles OKLA
11 Landry Jones OKLA 12 Pilal Powell LOUIS 12 Kamar Jorden BGREEN
12 Ben Chappell IND 13 Mark Ingram ALAB 13 Armand Robinson MIA-OH
14 Austin Dantin TOLED 14 Vick Ballard MISST 14 Ronald Johnson USC
15 Taylor Potts TTECH 15 Zach Line SMU 15 Kealoha Pilares HAW
16 Andrew Luck STAN 16 Adam Robinson IOWA 16 Cody Wilson CMU
17 Matt Barkley USC 17 Andre Ellington CLEM 17 Demarlo Belcher IND
18 Cameron Newton AUB 18 Christine Michael TXA&M 18 Jeremy Ebert NW
19 Christian Ponder FSU 19 Michael Dyer AUB 19 Jermaine Kearse WASH
20 Steven Threet AZST 20 LeVeon Bell MCHST 20 Conner Vernon DUKE
21 Nathan Enderle IDAHO 21 Brandon Bolden MISS 21 Chris Owusu STAN
22 Chandler Harnish NILL 22 Stevan Ridley LSU 22 Damaris Johnson TULSA
23 Darron Thomas OREG 23 Lance Dunbar NTEX 23 Tandon Doss IND
24 Ricky Stanzi IOWA 24 Jordan Todman CONN 24 Torrey Smith MARY
25 Kellen Moore BOISE 25 Edwin Baker MCHST 25 Eric Page TOL
26 Jeremiah Masoli MISS 26 Benard Pierce TEMP 26 Michael Floyd ND
27 Jake Locker WASH 27 Da'Rel Scott MARY 27 AJ Green UGA
28 Jerry Davis BUFF 28 Sam McGuffie RICE 28 DeVier Posey OHIO ST
29 Adam Weber MINN 29 Alvester Alexander WYOM 29 Dwayne Harris ECU
30 Ryan Radcliff CMICH 30 Ryan Williams VTECH 30 Kendall Wright BAY
31 Diondre Borel UTST 31 Deantre Lewis AZST 31 Kris Adams UTEP
32 Russell Wilson NCST 32 Matthew Tucker TCU 32 Juan Nunez WMU
33 Kirk Cousins MCHST 33 Jared Tew AFA 33 Chad Bumphis MISSST
34 Jacory Harris MIAFL 34 Johnny White UNC 34 Darvin Adams AUB
35 TJ Yates UNC 35 Michael Shaw MICH 35 Jeremey Kerley TCU
36 Ryan Aplin ARKST 36 Tauren Poole TENN 36 Darius Johnson SMU
37 Dayne Crist ND 37 Paris Cotton CMICH 37 D. Sanzenbacher OHIO ST
38 Brian Anderson MARSH 38 Cameron Marshall AZST 38 Marcus Rivers BUFF
39 Josh Nesbitt GTECH 39 Montel Harris BC 39 Donovan Varner DUKE
40 Sean Renfree DUKE 40 Daniel Herron OHST 40 Hubert Anyiam OKST
41 Spencer Keith KENST 41 Alexander Robinson IWST 41 Jheranie Boyd UNC
42 Tyler Hansen COLO 42 Charles Clay TULSA 42 Antavious Wilson MARSH
43 Austin Davis SMISS 43 Trent Richardson ALAB 43 Josh Cooper OKST
44 Tyrod Taylor VTECH 44 Ray Graham PITT 44 Ryan Swope TX A&M
45 BJ Daniels USF 45 Jonathan Williams ECAR 45 Leo. Hankerson MIAMI
46 Andy Dalton TCU 46 Demetris Murray USF 46 Chris Matthews KENT
47 Tim Jefferson AFA 47 Chris Polk WASH 47 Phillip Payne UNLV
48 Zac Dysert MIAOH 48 Damien Berry MIAFL 48 Julio Jones ALAB
49 Ricky Dobbs NAVY 49 James White WISC 49 Kris Burd UVA
50 Riley Dodge NTEX 50 Rodney Stewart COLO 50 Jonathan Baldwin PITT
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name
1 Lance Kendricks WISC 1 Nate Whitaker STAN 1 Boise State
2 Ladarius Green ULL 2 Devin Barclay OHIO ST 2 TCU
3 Drake Dunsmore NW 3 Kai Forbath UCLA 3 Ohio State
4 Kyle Rudolph ND 4 Philip Welch WISC 4 UCLA
5 Daniel Hardy IDAHO 5 Josh Jasper LSU 5 Rutgers
6 Virgil Green NEVADA 6 Kyle Brotzman BOISE 6 Miss. State  
7 Zack Pianalto UNC 7 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 7 Auburn  
8 George Bryan NCST 8 Dan Bailey OKST 8 Iowa  
9 Rob Housler FAU 9 Anthony Martinez NEV 9 Connecticut
10 David Paulson OREG 10 Blair Walsh UGA 10 Alabama
11 Ted Bolser IND 11 Rob Beard OREG 11 Fresno State
12 Coby Fleener STAN 12 Scott Enos HAW 12 Oklahoma
13 Joe Halahuni ORG ST 13 Wes Byrum AUB 13 Pittsburgh
14 Ben Thayer EMU 14 Matt Bosher MIA 14 Florida State
15 Collin Franklin IW ST 15 Erik Soderberg AFA 15 Temple
16 Luke Wilson RICE 16 Randy Bullock TXAM 16 LSU
17 Dwayne Allen CLEM 17 Justin Kahut ORGST 17 USF
18 Eric Lair MINN 18 Dan Conroy MICH ST 18 C.Michigan
19 Danny Noble TOL 19 Matt Weller OHIO 19 Miami (FL)
20 Charlie Gantt MICHST 20 Stefan Demos NW 20 Air Force
21 Allen Reisner IOWA 21 Thomas Weber AZST 21 Penn State
22 Preston Dial ALAB 22 Ross Evans TCU 22 Florida
23 Chris Pantale BC 23 Josh Czajkoiwski NCST 23 Texas
24 Luke Stocker TENN 24 Ross Evans TCU 24 Texas Tech
25 Cameron Graham LOU 25 Dave Teggart CONN 25 Army
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