College Football Fantasy List

Are you one of those College Football fans that spend your entire Saturday glued to the television watching games? Well, College Football Fantasy Leagues are starting up this year on sites such as Yahoo.

This is where I’ve come to help out for those who don’t necessarily follow players as much as they do teams. Here’s my list of the top 15 players in each position and top 10 for Kickers and Defense. Remember, this list is purely on who I think will give you the most points in their respective positions and not  necessarily lead their teams to W’s.

QUARTERBACKS:

1. Khalil Tate, Arizona

2. Will Grier, West Virginia

3. Justice Hansen, Arkansas State

4. Jordan Ta’amu, Ole Miss

5. Nathan Rourke, Ohio

6. McKenzie Milton, UCF

7. Mason Fine, North Texas

8. Caleb Evans, ULM

9. Ty Gangi, Nevada

10. Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

11. Jett Duffey, Texas Tech

12. Trace McSorley, Penn State

13. Drew Lock, Missouri

14. Brandon Wimbush, Notre Dame

15. Alex Hornibrook, Wisconsin

 

RUNNING BACKS:

1. Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

2. Bryce Love, Stanford

3. Myles Gaskin, Washington

4. Devin Singletary, Florida Atlantic

5. Juwan Washington, San Diego State

6. A.J. Dillon, Boston College

7. J.K. Dobbins, Ohio State

8. Alexander Mattison, Boise State

9. Rodney Anderson, Oklahoma

10. D’Andre Swift, Georgia

11. Trayveon Williams, Texas A&M

12. David Montgomery, Iowa State

13. Benny Snell, Kentucky

14. Jonathan Ward, Central Michigan

15. Jalin Moore, Appalachian State

 

WIDE RECEIVERS:

1. David Stills, West Virginia

2. Anthony Johnson, Buffalo

3. A.J. Brown, Ole Miss

4. Ty Lee, Middle Tennessee

5. Brendan O’Leary-Orange, Nevada

6. T.J. Vasher, Texas Tech

7. Andy Isabella, Massachusetts

8. Devin Butler, Syracuse

9. Teddy Veal, Louisiana Tech

10. Damonte Coxie, Memphis

11. N’Keal Harry, Arizona State

12. KeeSean Johnson, Fresno State

13. James Gardner, Miami (Ohio)

14. Henry Ruggs, Alabama

15. Cody Thompson, Toledo

 

TIGHT ENDS:

1. Noah Fant, Iowa

2. Grant Calcaterra, Oklahoma

3. Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri

4. Jacob Breeland, Oregon

5. Hunter Bryant, Washington

6. Matt Bushman, BYU

7. Mik’Quan Deane, Western Kentucky

8. Kaden Smith, Stanford

9. Micky Crum, Louisville

10. Jace Sternberger, Texas A&M

11. Ravian Pierce, Syracuse

12. Harrison Bryant, Florida Atlantic

13. Aaron McLean, Connecticut

14. Logan Hessbrook, Central Michigan

15. Josh Oliver, San Jose State

 

Kickers:

1. Matt Ammendola, Oklahoma State

2. Matt Gay, Utah

3. Jameson Vest, Toledo

4. Rafael Gaglianone, Wisconsin

5. Austin Seibert, Oklahoma

6. Bryce Crawford, San Jose State

7. Rodrigo Blankenship, Georgia

8. Jet Toner, Stanford

9. Matthew Wright, UCF

10. Blanton Creque, Louisville

 

Defense/Special Teams:

1. Clemson

2. Alabama

3. Washington

4. Georgia

5. Wisconsin

6. Michigan State

7. LSU

8. Florida

9. Ohio State

10. Wyoming

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