Daily Blog •November 3, 2011

Erik Kuselias has been one of the leading Fantasy Football experts in the nation for over a decade. Most notably, while at ESPN (2003-2010) Kuselias was asked to create, host and lead ESPN’s first season long Fantasy football show “Fantasy Football Now.’ In its first season, the show was nominated and won ESPN’s First Fantasy Emmy, claiming honors for Outstanding New Show. With Kuselias, the show moved from an ESPN.com venture over to television garnering huge ratings on ESPN2, and “Fantasy Football Now” became one of the leading shows anywhere on fantasy football.

In 2011, Kuselias signed on with The Golf Channel to host “Morning Drive,” a daily talk show that covers golf as well as other sports. The show debuted on January 3, and can be seen from 7-9 AM ET.

This past year I was pleased to have Erik write my Fantasy Football Guide in this year's Pro Football Preview. Today I am going to give you Erik's Fantasy Rankings for Week 9.

Erik Kuselias' NFL Fantasy Rankings Week 9

Quarterbacks Running Backs Wide Receivers
Rank Name Rank Name Rank Name
1 Aaron Rodgers 1 Arian Foster 1 Greg Jennings
2 Michael Vick 2 Fred Jackson 2 Mike Wallace
3 Drew Brees 3 LeSean McCoy 3 Hakeem Nicks
4 Tom Brady 4 Matt Forte 4 Wes Welker
5 Eli Manning 5 Michael Turner 5 Larry Fitzgerald
6 Matt Schaub 6 Frank Gore 6 Roddy White
7 Tony Romo 7 Ray Rice 7 Brandon Lloyd
8 Matt Ryan 8 Darren McFadden 8 Marques Colston
9 Ben Roethlisberger 9 Steven Jackson 9 AJ Green
10 Philip Rivers 10 Beanie Wells 10 Dwayne Bowe
11 Josh Freeman 11 Ahmad Bradshaw 11 Dez Bryant
12 Tim Tebow 12 LeGarrette Blount 12 Vincent Jackson
13 Mark Sanchez 13 Shonn Greene 13 Miles Austin
14 Jay Cutler 14 DeMarco Murray 14 Jeremy Maclin
15 Matt Cassel 15 Rashard Mendenhall 15 Brandon Marshall
16 Ryan Fitzpatrick 16 Cedric Benson 16 DeSean Jackson
17 Andy Dalton 17 BenJarvus Green-Ellis 17 Mario Manningham
18 Matt Hasselbeck 18 Mike Tolbert 18 Sidney Rice
19 Sam Bradford 19 Darren Sproles 19 Julio Jones
20 Kevin Kolb 20 Jackie Battle 20 Anquan Boldin
21 Joe Flacco 21 Chris Johnson 21 Steve Johnson
22 Carson Palmer 22 Daniel Thomas 22 Pierre Garcon
23 Colt McCoy 23 Pierre Thomas 23 Victor Cruz
24 Alex Smith 24 Marshawn Lynch 24 Santonio Holmes
25 Tarvaris Jackson 25 James Starks 25 Mike Williams
Tight Ends 26 Michael Bush 26 Darrius Heyward-Bey
Rank Name 27 Knowshon Moreno 27 Michael Crabtree
1 Jimmy Graham 28 Peyton Hillis 28 Jordy Nelson
2 Jason Witten 29 Reggie Bush 29 Nate Washington
3 Owen Daniels 30 Javon Ringer 30 Reggie Wayne
4 Jermichael Finley 31 Chris Ogbonnaya 31 Plaxico Burress
5 Antonio Gates 32 Ryan Torain 32 Deion Branch
6 Rob Gronkowski 33 Ryan Grant 33 Eric Decker
7 Fred Davis 34 Ben Tate 34 Antonio Brown
8 Aaron Hernandez 35 Delone Carter 35 Malcom Floyd
9 Vernon Davis 36 Joseph Addai 36 Kevin Walter
10 Tony Gonzalez 37 Brandon Jacobs 37 Greg Little
11 Kellen Winslow 38 LaDanian Tomlinson 38 Jabar Gaffney
12 Dustin Keller 39 Marion Barber 39 James Jones
13 Dallas Clark 40 Mark Ingram 40 Doug Baldwin
14 Brent Celek 41 Roy Helu 41 Lance Moore
15 Heath Miller 42 Willis McGahee 42 Jon Baldwin
16 Jake Ballard 43 Lance Ball 43 Steve Breaston
17 Jermaine Gresham 44 Kevin Faulk 44 Braylon Edwards
18 Jared Cook 45 Donald Brown 45 David Nelson
19 Scott Chandler 46 Kendall Hunter 46 Early Doucet
20 Benjamin Watson 47 Bernard Scott 47 Johnny Knox
21 Ed Dickson 48 Kregg Lumpkin 48 Denarius Moore
22 Daniel Fells 49 Isaac Redman 49 Jacoby Jones
23 Zach Miller 50 Jacob Hester
24 Todd Heap Defenses
25 Kevin Boss Rank Name
Kickers 1 Baltimore
Rank Name 2 San Francisco
1 Mason Crosby 3 Houston
2 Dan Bailey 4 Dallas
3 Nick Novak 5 NY Jets
4 John Kasay 6 Pittsburgh
5 Neil Rackers 7 Cincinnati
6 David Akers 8 Green Bay
7 Matt Bryant 9 Oakland
8 Billy Cundiff 10 Philadelphia
9 Sebastian Janikowski 11 Kansas City
10 Stephen Gostowski 12 Atlanta
11 Mike Nugent 13 New Orleans
12 Robbie Gould 14 Tennessee
13 Alex Henery 15 Buffalo
14 Ryan Succop 16 Chicago
15 Shaun Suisham 17 Washington
16 Dan Carpenter 18 Arizona
17 Rob Bironas 19 San Diego
18 Rian Lindell 20 NY Giants
19 Nick Folk 21 Denver
20 Josh Brown 22 St Louis Rams
23 Seattle
24 Cleveland
25 Tampa Bay
26 New England

Erik Kuselias' 32/32

NE: KFaulk is a really nice play or flex in a deep league. He should be picked up in deep leagues immediately.
BUF: The D pitched a shutout last week in Canada against the Skins (shutout eh?! Bbbeauty!) Not a bad play this week either
JETS: SGreene has burned more people that stoves, but he should be ready for a GREAT stretch run.
MIA: RBush seems to have the job…but Id run from him like mayo left out in the sun.
INDY: nobody on team had more than 10 rush att but 3 players had double digit targets. Play the WRs. Sit the RB
TENN: Get JRinger. But still play CJ til further notice. You cant trade him for 30 cents on the $.
HOUS: Its still wait n see on AJohnson. Sorry. Best I can do is insider injury tip. Guys who practice LESS as the week go on are riskier than 2 day old sushi.
JAX: Bye week. Unless you have Mo Jo this better not be affecting your team. The rest of the crew should be treated like lefthanded red headed step kids in folklore.
CIN: Ced Benson is back. This is me unimpressed. I do love AJ Green tho. As we say, he is a Boy dog warrior beast.
BAL: EDickson had 9 targets. Not sayin…just sayin. Ya know bye weeks and all…
PITT: How is ABrown available in over 70% of all leagues. Is everyone in a 6 team league?
CLEV: Like Ace Ventura said “do NOT go in there!!!”. 
That’s how I feel about CLEV D (Hous 2nd worst opp for your fant D)
KC: Matt Cassel should be a solid bye week replacement. MIA is the second worst against opp fantasy QBs. Battle still avail in 1/3 of leagues. Get him.
OAK: CPalmer is not a horrible play this week (admittedly that’s not a ringing endorsement). Nobody is worse against opp fant QBs than DEN. Play DHB too.
DEN: I would not laugh at you if you stashed KOrten on your bench in a deep league. Tebow is great dude, but can’t play dead in a cowboy movie.
SD: Even without Tolbert, RMatthews still got less than 50% of the totes. Still “palm springs” aka timeshare.
NYG: This week Eli get Pats who cant defend the pass. He’s automatic play; so is any healthy NYG starting WR. Even if it’s the big boy from “Mike & Molly”. Watch Bradshaw injury. Pick up BJake
PHI: If stuck, play BCelek. CHI is the worst in NFL against opp fant TEs & MVick seems to be remembering he’s still breathing.
DAL: This is THE defense for the week. Sea is the best possible opponent for your fantasy D.
WASH: Shut out. Blown out. Off to SF this week. They are becoming one team you want your D to play against in playoffs. PHI/MIN/NYG all look good
MIN: Even in a win nobody but AP stepped up. He rushed, but also led team in targets, catches and rec yds. Other than him SELL SELL SELL (trading places ref)
CHI: Forte has been a huge surprise, & it gets better. Philly one of 3 worst 
against opp fant RBs. Barber is also a solid pickup as a flex in deep leagues. Should score a TD
DET: Coming off this week’s bye, I don’t hate Morris for the rest of the year. Got the rush TD, & solid part of pass game too
GB: Pack is the LAST team you want to play your D against. Sit SD defnse this week in all formats.
TB: MWill is good value rest of the way. So is JFreeman. In fact offense should start to make strides in 2
nd half.
ATL: MTurner goes CRAZY. Indy cant stop you/me/9 guys from tech support. He’s top 5 play this week. JJones is my #1 bust out this week.
NO: JGraham #1 TE this week. Pick up PThomas w/Ingram out again. Sproles is still best option tho (esp in PPR)
CAR: coming off bye week, I don’t hate JStew. Think he’s good cheap insurance.
SEA: If you are REALLY stuck, pick up ZMiller. Good quality player in a great matchup. Dal is 2
nd worst against opp fant TEs.
AZ: Look out for a healthy Beenie. STL is the worst team playing this week against opp fantasy RBs. AZ D is good sleeper. Rams 2
nd best opp to play against.
STL: A SJax citing! Almost a rare as Lock Ness. BLloyd worth it, nobody other than these two are deserving of roster spot. But wk 10 they do get SEA. Stash Bradford.
SF: MCrabtree is avail in 40% of all leagues. That’s too many. You cant all be in 8 team std. Could be nice v. depleated Skins.

Surprise College Fantasy Players of the Week

Two years ago 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 am pleased that I finished my first year at a very successful 83-29-7 (74%). Last year I had another successful year with a winning week every week and an overal 103-45-17 (70%) record.

This year I will again be giving you the surprise fantasy picks each and every week in my Thursday daily blog and here are my picks for Week 10. Keep in mind you will not find players like Andrew Luck, Denard Robinson, LaMichael James or Justin Blackmon in my picks. These are strictly surprise picks of players who are flying under the radar. Last week I went 6-3-1! I am currently 52-30-10 (63%) on the picks so far this season and the last 3 weeks I am 22-7-1 (76%).


My QB’s of the Week: Nick Foles, Arizona and Braxton Miller, Ohio St

Nick Foles, Arizona-When you have an anemic running game that averages just 90 ypg, it’s no surprise that Foles is having the year that he’s been having in 2011. On the season he is averaging 366 ypg passing (70%) with a 20-8 ratio and is currently on pace to eclipse former Wash QB Cody Pickett’s ’02 conf mark of 343 ypg passing. My computer projects a 368 yd performance by Arizona this week vs Utah and I feel that he easily tops the 300 yd plateau here.

Braxton Miller, Ohio St-The Braxton Miller era is in full effect after LW’s heroics against Wisconsin as his dual-threat skills accumulated 188 yds of total offense and 3 TD’s (2 rush). After another suspension in the OSU backfield heading into this week and a very favorable matchup against Indiana in which my computer projects the Bucks to have 500 yds of offense, expect the young freshman to display his talents again here as he becomes the cornerstone of the OSU offense for years to come.


My RB’s of the week are: Ronnie Hillman, San Diego St and Zach Line, SMU

Ronnie Hillman, San Diego St-Quick, how many of you saw Ronnie Hillman’s 99 yd TD run a week ago against Wyoming? After I picked my jaw up off of the floor I immediately looked at who they had on deck and whether it was a good fantasy matchup for him. Hillman ran for 224 yds while also adding 81 yds in the receiving area (3 total TD’s). With my computer forecasts the Aztecs with 258 yds on the ground vs a New Mexico defense that gives up 287 on the road, expect another big showing here.

Zach Line, SMU-What has Zach Line done so far in the 2011 season in an SMU offense that still passes on 60% of their snaps? Well after his 6th 100+ yard performance of the season a week ago vs Tulsa, Line is just 54 yds away from the 1,000 yard mark for the year. Line is also averaging nearly 6 yds a carry so he’s a safe choice here vs Tulane even if he doesn’t get a desired amount of carries.


My WR’s of the week are: Juron Criner, Arizona and Royce Pollard, Hawaii

Juron Criner, Arizona-An appendectomy slowed this potential AA down early on but as the year as progressed, so has he. Criner has posted B2B 100 yard receiving games including 5 of his 8 TD’s in meetings vs UCLA and Washington. With the Arizona passing game hitting on all cylinders right now, a 3rd consecutive century mark in receiving yards should be in the offing.

Royce Pollard, Hawaii-After subpar performances against San Jose St and New Mexico St, Pollard broke out again a week ago against Idaho pulling in 10 receptions for 151 yards. My computer has the Warriors projected for 355 yards in the air over Utah St this week, which should give Pollard an opportunity to put together another strong showing.


My Top Defenses of the Week: San Diego St, SMU, Tennessee and Michigan St

San Diego St vs New Mexico-Aztec HC Rocky Long gets another crack at his former team here. Despite SDSt allowing 400+ yds in each of their last 6 gms TY, I am looking more at the miniscule numbers that the Lobos have been able to put together on the road this year as they have mustered up just 213 ypg while averaging just 3 ppg.

SMU vs Tulane-The Mustangs have allowed just 297 ypg in Dallas this season while the Green Wave have posted just 266 and 199 yd performances in their last 2 road trips against ECU and Army. My forecast calls for Tulane to put up just 8 pts and 266 yds as SMU gets an easy win.

Tennessee vs Middle Tennessee-The Vols need wins any way they can get them to become bowl eligible which has me thinking that the defense will dominate here despite going up against a Sun Belt opponent in the midst of their SEC schedule. Middle Tenn is projected for just 12 pts and 320 yds in my computer rankings as the Vols flex their muscles early and often here.

Michigan St vs Minnesota-The Gophers are likely still in post-celebration mode after their upset of Iowa while the Spartans are off a stinging loss to Nebraska. When looking closer and Michigan St’s defensive numbers a week ago you will notice that Sparty allowed just 270 total yds as they were done in by their offensive woes. MSU is allowing just 222 ypg and I am wondering if the Gophers will even surpass 150. 


Iowa over Michigan

57th meeting and Iowa has never beaten UM 3 str times. Iowa is 4-8 in series but UM has dropped 2 of their L/3 trips to Iowa City incl ‘09 (28-30) when they were -4 in TO’s (-8 L2Y). LY UI led UM 35-14 early 4Q holding on for the win despite being outFD’d (-8) and outgained (-139) but did have a 4-0 TO edge. Vanilla Hawks D has traditionally struggled vs mobile QB’s (ssn’s worst pts and yd ttls vs ISU, NW and Indy TY) with Minny QB Gray running for 2 crucial 4Q 4D conversions including the gm winning TD with 2:48 left LW. The Hawks had 21-15 FD and 446-371 yd edges but missed 2 FG’s and fmbl’d at the UM14 ruining RB Coker’s huge gm (252, 7.9). UM dominated PU scoring 36 straight pts and finishing with a 535-311 yd edge. QB D-Rob (178, 55%, 11-11, 825 rush) may’ve found a RB who can share the rush load as Toussaint had 170 (8.5) vs the Boilers. Wolves are #1 B10 in rush D in conf play allowing 121 ypg (4.1). Hawks have a huge ST edge (#23-111) and are 59-12 at home since 2001.


A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 10

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 10
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

A very interesting Week Nine is in the books and now it is time to look ahead to the tenth week of college fantasy football and the “sneaky” plays it has in store for fantasy owners. Here is a look at some players who might fill in nicely for owners in need of a potential diamond in the rough.


Tino Sunseri QB Pittsburgh vs. Cincinnati:
Sunseri has been a major disappointment this season, but finally out together the type of performance fantasy owners were expecting last week against Uconn. He racked up 459 total yards and three scores in his best outing on the year. This junior may be called upon to do even more going forward with star tailback Ray Graham being out for the rest of the season with a knee injury. He will be facing a porous Cincinnati pass defense that yields an average of 285 yards per game through the air; so good numbers can be expected from this Panther in Week Ten.
Colby Cameron Louisiana Tech vs. Fresno State:
Cameron got the start last week against San Jose State and responded with a solid effort. He accounted for 286 total yards and two scores and showed he can make plays with his feet with 49 yards rushing. This junior could find more success this week against a shaky Fresno State secondary. Cameron definitely has good upside this week and could help fantasy owners in deep leagues.
Matt Faulkner QB San Jose State vs. Idaho:
Faulkner has 300 plus yard passing games in three of his last four games, including 327 yards and three scores last week versus Louisiana Tech. He has thrown a ton of interceptions to go with all the yardage, but fantasy owners have to take the good with the bad. The Idaho pass defense gives up 280 yards per game, so Faulkner could have a big day yardage wise.
Jared Barnett QB Iowa State vs. Kansas:
It's not often that two Iowa State players are enticing fantasy options, but this week appears to be just that time. Barnett showed off his running ability last week against Texas Tech with 92 yards and touchdown on the ground. He could be in line for a gaudy stat line against the pathetic Kansas defense that ranks dead last in the country in total defense and gives up over 550 yards per game. Roll with this Cyclone freshman this week.

Tyler Smith Rice vs. UTEP:
Smith had an absolutely gigantic performance last week versus Houston in which he accumulated 243 total yards and three total scores. He is a speedy playmaker who is getting better week-by-week. Smith could enjoy another banner day this week against a weak UTEP rush defense that ranks 87th in the nation against the run. Look for more impressive numbers out of Smith in Week Ten. 
Curtis McNeal RB USC vs. Colorado:
It appears to be McNeal’s time to be the lead Trojan back as he has three straight quality outings including a 145 yard and two score effort last week against Stanford. Fantasy owners have to his chances this week against a poor Colorado defense that may have no answer for the Trojans offense. The chances are good that McNeil will top the 100-yard mark again this week with at least one trip to the end zone.
Roy Finch RB Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M:
Finch was expected to be a big contributor in the Oklahoma backfield this season, but was beaten out for the starting job by Dominique Whaley. Whaley is out for the rest of the season with an injury and Finch has stepped in nicely over the past two games. He is a good pass catcher out of the backfield and has shown that he is very capable of posting excellent fantasy numbers. Finch could have a nice game this week against Texas A&M in what could be a very explosive affair. Fantasy owners should not be afraid to hitch their proverbial wagons to this young Sooner.
James White RB Iowa State vs. Kansas:

This freshman has taken the reigns of the Iowa State backfield and run with them. He is coming off an impressive 31-carry game in which he netted 138 yards and a touchdown. White could be in store for a huge performance this week against the pathetic Kansas defense. The Cyclones should have no problem pummeling Kansas on the ground and White has a high ceiling this week. Anything less than 120 yards and a score would be under whelming for White this weekend.

Tommy Streeter WR Miami vs. Duke:
Streeter has become the go to receiver for Miami and has seven touchdown receptions over the past six games. He is a devastating deep threat who uses his big frame to come down with the jump balls. Fantasy owners may be salivating at the though of Streeter facing a Duke secondary that gets lit up on a regular basis. Streeter should be good for at least one deep touchdown catch this week and likely to hit the 100-yard mark as well.
Terrance Williams WR Baylor vs. Missouri:
Williams is averaging 8 receptions for 150 yards and a score over his past two games. He has developed into an important part of the Bears high-powered passing game and is targeted often by Robert Griffin. The 94th ranked Missouri pass defense is up next for Williams and could prove fruitful for savvy fantasy owners. Williams is a decent bet to top 100 yards receiving for the third straight game this Saturday. 
Jared Abbrederis WR Wisconsin vs. Purdue:
Abbrederis has quietly put together a five game stretch in which he has 26 receptions for 463 yards and four scores. He is clearly becoming the focus of the Wisconsin passing game and the favorite target of Russell Wilson. The chances are pretty good that Abbrederis will continue his productive ways this week against Purdue. This Badger could be a very useful option this week, especially in BCS only leagues.
Jaz Reynolds WR Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M:
Reynolds has clearly become a viable option in the high powered Oklahoma passing attack, with 140 yards and three scores in the past two games. He has an awesome match up this week with the worst pass defense in the country in Texas A&M on the docket. Look for another trip to pay dirt for Reynolds and a decent yardage total. He makes for a solid #3 WR in BCS only leagues this week.
Ryan Griffin TE Connecticut vs. Syracuse:

Griffin is hauling in about 4 receptions per game and is posting decent yardage totals for the TE position. He could do some damage this week against a Syracuse secondary that ranks 111th in the country against the pass.

Florida State vs. Boston College
USC vs. Colorado
Georgia vs. New Mexico State
Iowa State vs. Kansas
Houston vs. UAB
Tennessee vs. Middle Tennessee State
Mississippi State vs. Tennessee Martin
San Diego State vs. New Mexico

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


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A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Week 10 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Case Keenum HOU 1 Ronnie Hillman SDST 1 Ryan Broyles OKLA
2 Robert Griffin III BAY 2 Montee Ball WISC 2 Justin Blackmon OKST
3 Landry Jones OKLA 3 LaMichael James ORE 3 Kendall Wright BAY
4 James Franklin MIZZ 4 Giovani Bernard UNC 4 T.Y. Hilton FIU
5 Bryant Moniz HAW 5 Daniel Herron OHST 5 Patrick Edwards HOU
6 Andrew Luck STAN 6 Trent Richardson ALAB 6 Kenny Stills OKLA
7 Brandon Weeden OKST 7 John White IV UTAH 7 Robert Woods USC
8 Darron Thomas ORE 8 Cameron Marshall AZST 8 Royce Pollard HAW
9 Denard Robinson MICH 9 Zach Line SMU 9 Michael Floyd ND
10 Matt Barkley USC 10 Doug Martin BOIS 10 Juron Criner ARIZ
11 Zach Collaros CIN 11 Charles Sims HOU 11 Terrence Williams BAY
12 Kellen Moore BOIS 12 Lennon Creer LTEC 12 Noel Grigsby SJOS
13 Collin Klein KANS 13 Lamar Miller MIAF 13 Cole Beasley SMU
14 Kriss Proctor NAVY 14 Bobby Rainey WKU 14 Chris Givens WAKE
15 Austin Davis SMIS 15 Joseph Randle OKST 15 Jarius Wright ARK
16 Ryan Tannehill TXAM 16 Michael Hayes HOU 16 Stedman Bailey WVU
17 Geno Smith WVU 17 Rex Burkhead NEB 17 Kelvin Bolden SMIS
18 Taylor Martinez NEB 18 Chris Polk WASH 18 Mohamed Sanu RUTG
19 Blaine Gautier LALA 19 Stepfan Taylor STAN 19 Ryan Swope TXAM
20 Ryan Aplin ARKS 20 Brynn Harvey UCF 20 Jaz Reynolds OKLA
21 G.J. Kinne TULS 21 James White WISC 21 Tyler Shoemaker BOIS
22 Nick Foles ARIZ 22 Marcus Coker IOWA 22 Tavon Austin WVU
23 Keith Price WASH 23 Vick Ballard MSST 23 Markus Wheaton ORST
24 Jacory Harris MIAF 24 De'Anthony Thomas ORE 24 Dwight Jones UNC
25 E.J. Manuel FSU 25 Isaiah Pead CIN 25 T.J. Moe MIZZ
26 Dominique Davis ECAR 26 Tyler Smith RICE 26 Quinton Patton LTEC
27 Braxton Miller OHST 27 Malcolm Brown TEX 27 Keenan Allen CAL
28 Keith Wenning BALL 28 Isi Sofele CAL 28 Jeremy Ebert NW
29 Tim Jefferson Jr AFA 29 Henry Josey MIZZ 29 Jeff Fuller TXAM
30 Brock Osweiler AZST 30 Christine Michael TXAM 30 Jeremiah Ostrowski HAW
31 Jeffrey Godfrey UCF 31 Robert Turbin UTST 31 Alshon Jeffery SCAR
32 Corey Robinson TROY 32 Orleans Darkwa TULN 32 Darius Johnson SMU
33 Kolton Browning LAMO 33 Brandon Rutley SJOS 33 B.J. Cunningham MCST
34 Seth Doege TTCH 34 Perry Jones VIRG 34 Lance Lewis ECAR
35 Dan Persa NW 35 James White IWST 35 Deon Long NMEX
36 Zac Dysert MIAO 36 Isaiah Crowell GEOR 36 Nick Harwell MIAO
37 Russell Wilson WISC 37 Jawon Chisholm AKRO 37 Marquess Wilson WAZZ
38 Tommy Rees ND 38 Cyrus Gray TXAM 38 Joe Adams ARK
39 Kain Colter NW 39 Zac Stacy VAND 39 Jared Abbrederis WISC
40 J.J. McDermott SMU 40 Brandon Wilds SCAR 40 Briggs Orsbon BALL
41 Tyler Wilson ARK 41 Robbie Rouse FRES 41 Tommy Streeter MIAF
42 Logan Kilgore MTSU 42 John Hubert KANS 42 Josh Boyce TCU
43 Zach Maynard CAL 43 Terrance Ganaway BAY 43 Jalen Saunders FRES
44 Mike Glennon NCST 44 Javonti Greene EMIC 44 Lavasier Tuinei ORE
45 Tino Sunseri PITT 45 Alonzo Harris LALA 45 Josh Cooper OKST
46 Chuckie Keeton UTST 46 James Sims KAN 46 Billy Ray Stutzmann HAW
47 Jared Barnett IWST 47 Kenjon Barner ORE 47 Dwayne Frampton ARKS
48 Matt Faulkner SJOS 48 Chris Rainey FLOR 48 Alex Torres TTCH
49 Brett Smith WYOM 49 Raymond Maples ARMY 49 Da'Rick Rogers TENN
50 Derek Carr FRES 50 Lyle McCombs CONN 50 Marvin McNutt Jr. IOWA
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Team
1 Tyler Eifert ND 1 Blair Walsh UGA 1 Boise State
2 Coby Fleener STAN 2 Quinn Sharp OKST 2 Georgia
3 Michael Egnew MIZZ 3 Drew Basil OHST 3 Tennessee
4 Ryan Otten SJOS 4 Dustin Hopkins FSU 4 Mississippi State
5 Jacob Pederson WISC 5 Brett Maher NEB 5 Ohio State
6 Orson Charles GEOR 6 Philip Welch WISC 6 Stanford  
7 Gavin Escobar SDST 7 Michael Hunnicutt OKLA 7 Florida State  
8 Nick Provo SYRA 8 Jack Griffin FIU 8 San Diego State  
9 A. Seferian-Jenkins WASH 9 Justin Tucker TEX 9 Alabama
10 Levine Toilolo STAN 10 Dave Teggart CONN 10 Wisconsin
11 Joseph Fauria UCLA 11 Daniel Hrapmann USM 11 Nebraska
12 Ryan Hewitt STAN 12 Matt Hogan HOU 12 USC
13 Jordan Reed FLOR 13 Chris Boswell RICE 13 Michigan State
14 Kyle Efaw BOIS 14 Randy Bullock TXAM 14 Florida
15 Hubie Graham PITT 15 Ross Evans TCU 15 Texas
16 Josh Chichester LOUI 16 Jimmy Newman WAKE 16 Houston
17 Drake Dunsmore NW 17 Dan Goodale BOISE 17 LSU
18 Jack Doyle WKU 18 G. Tavecchio CAL 18 Arizona State
19 Luke Willson RICE 19 Brett Baer ULL 19 Oregon
20 Vance McDonald RICE 20 David Harman CMU 20 Rutgers
21 David Blackburn CMIC 21 Zach Hocker ARK 21 Connecticut
22 Ryan Griffin CONN 22 Kevin Goessling FRESN 22 Iowa
23 Ladarius Green LALA 23 Michael Barbour ECU 23 Iowa State
24 Jake Stoneburner OHST 24 Trevor Romaine ORST 24 Miami (FL)
25 Joe Halahuni ORST 25 Alex Garoutte AZST 25 Michigan
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