Daily Blog • November 11, 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 two Big Winners with Tennessee frosh QB Tyler Bray having 325 pass yds with a 5-0 ratio and QB GJ Kinne had 371 pass yds with a 4-0 ratio. Also my defenses went a perfect 3-0 for the 3rd time in 4 weeks giving up a combined 34 ttl pts! Overall on the season I am 72-32-17 (69%). 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, Dan Persa, Northwestern, Nick Foles, Arizona, Mike Hartline, Kentucky, and Tyler Bray, Tennessee

TJ Yates, North Carolina-Yates has to be considered one of the most improved players in the entire country this year and is avg 257 pass ypg (66%) with a 15-4 ratio and last week threw for a school-record 439 yds in the win over Florida St on the road. This week he faces one of the best pass defenses in the country that has held their last three opp’s to under 120 pass yds in each game. However Wake Forest and Georgia Tech naturally are more run-oriented teams therefore making some of the Hokies pass defense numbers inflated. Yates has performed very well against some of the top defenses he has faced incl 400+ pass yds against LSU and FSU and while he won’t pass for that many yards here, he should make enough plays to get the Tar Heels the upset win.

Dan Persa, Northwestern-Persa is avg 251 pass ypg (73%) with a 13-3 ratio and leads the Cats with 469 rush yds (3.2) and 8 TD’s. He is one of only three QB’s in the country (Cam Newton and Denard Robinson) in the top 12 in NCAA ttl offense and pass eff. While Iowa ranks #19 in my pass eff def they have had problems getting to the QB with only 10 sacks on the year and if you take out games against FCS E Illinois and MAC Ball St they are giving up 248 pass ypg. My computer calls for 255 pass yds and last week Persa had more than 100 yds rush against a decent Penn St defense and I’ll call for him to have one of the best performances an opposing QB has had this year against solid Iowa defense.

Nick Foles, Arizona-Foles gets the surprise pick here because he is coming off the injury and struggled last week against Stanford. This week will be a different story as he takes on a USC pass defense that is allowing 277 pass ypg. My computer calls for 318 pass yds for Arizona and I would not be surprised if Foles rebounds in a big way and approaches that 300-yd mark as Wildcats get the win.

Mike Hartline, Kentucky-Hartline like NC QB Yates has to be considered one of the most improved QB’s in the country and is avg 267 pass ypg (66%) with a 21-8 ratio. This week he takes on a Vanderbilt pass defense that is giving up 341 pass ypg the last four weeks. The Wildcats need just one more win to get to bowl eligibility and I’ll call for Hartline to approach the 300 pass yd mark in this one as UK rolls.

Tyler Bray, Tennessee-Bray was a big win for me last week as he passed for 325 yds with a 5-0 ratio in his very first start. This week he gets his first home start against an Ole Miss pass defense that ranks #100 in PDR and his giving up 232 pass ypg (62%) with a 17-4 ratio. My computer calls for 268 pass yds for the Vols and I think Bray has another solid game as the Vols keep their bowl hopes alive.


My RB’s of the week are: Rodney Stewart, Colorado and Orleans Darkwa, Tulane

Rodney Stewart, Colorado-Stewart has become the “workhorse” at RB the last couple of weeks and last week vs Kansas had a career-day with 175 yds (6.5) and 3 TD’s and also added 44 rec yds to put him over 200 all-purpose yds. This week he takes on an Iowa St run defense that is allowing 198 rush ypg (4.6). Colorado needs to win out to get to bowl eligibility and while they fired their HC Hawkins earlier this week, I look for them to get a win here with Stewart leading the way.

Orleans Darkwa, Tulane-Here is a name that many of you may not have heard of but Darkwa has rushed for 100+ yds the last three weeks with 20+ carries in each. This week he gets a Rice defense that is allowing 452 ttl ypg as Darkwa should have no problem topping the 100-yd mark.


My WR’s of the week are: Jordan White, Western Michigan and Denarius Moore, Tennessee

Jordan White, Western Michigan-White leads with 72 rec (14.7) and 8 TD’s and has already topped the 1,000 yd mark. He has gone over the 100-yd mark three straight games with 5 TD’s and this week faces my #118 PDR which is giving up 223 pass ypg with an incredible 24-2 ratio. My computer is calling for 330 pass yds for the Broncos and White should top the 100-yd mark again and get another TD rec or two.

Denarius Moore, Tennessee-I used Moore last week against Memphis and he came thru for me with over 100 rec yds and a touchdown. Since Bray has taken over the starting QB role Moore has been his go-to guy and he had 228 rec yds against Georgia two weeks ago. This week he faces my #100 pass defense in Ole Miss and I could easily see Moore passing the 100-yd mark again for the third straight week. 


My Top Defenses of the Week: Marshall, BYU and Ohio St

Marshall vs Memphis-The Herd defense has been respectable in their last two wins holding UTEP and UAB to a combined 29 pts and 317 ttl ypg (only 85 rush ypg 2.7). They are led by two possible All-Americans in LB Mario Harvey who has 102 tkls, 4.5 sks and 6 tfls while DE Vinny Curry has 78 tkls, 9.5 sks and 4 tfls with 14 qbh. This week they take on a Memphis offense that is avg just 14 ppg and 284 ttl ypg. My computer forecasts just 10 pts and 233 yds as the Herd get their 3rd straight win.

BYU vs Colorado St-The Cougars have appeared in this blog in two of the past three weeks and I am going to continue to use them down the stretch here as they could be the most improved defense in the country since the start of the year. HC Mendenhall has done a fantastic job taking over the DC role and the last two weeks have held Wyoming and UNLV to just 173 and 144 total yds. This week they get a Colorado St offense that does have 3 games this year with 490+ ttl off yds but also has 5 games under the 300 yd mark as well. My computer calls for just 16 pts for the Rams and if that is the case the Cougars should get another win.

Ohio St vs Penn St-Ohio St’s defense would not normally show up in this blog but they are a “surprise” pick because they are going up against a Penn St offense that has avg 36 ppg and 438 ypg the last three weeks and QB McGloin has a 7-1 ratio. The Lions may get a “rude” awakening here as Ohio St’s defense has allowed no more than 20 pts in a game vs PSU in the L/8 years. LY OSU held Penn St to 201 yds and the Buckeyes defense is allowing just 14 ppg and 235 ypg this year. My computer calls for just 13 pts and 207 yds for PSU and that would have to be considered a “surprise” from a team that has been so prolific offensively the last three weeks.

Upset of the Week: Last Week Big Winner with Navy!

Colorado over Iowa St

The Buffaloes have been in the news all week after blowing a 45-17 lead in the 4Q to Kansas they decided to fire HC Hawkins. Longtime assistant coach Brian Cabral will serve as the interim coach for the remainder of the season and he actually served as interim coach before in the spring of 2004 when then HC Barnett was suspended. Iowa St is also off a heartbreaking loss as their holder under-threw a wide-open receiver in OT on a 2 pt conv that would have given them an upset over Nebraska. Iowa St is just 1-11 in November away games and the home team has won six straight in this series.  The Cyclones are allowing 198 rush ypg (4.7) and that does not bode well going up against RB Stewart who had 175 rush yds last week. I’ll call for Colorado to play with a lot of emotion this week and get an “upset” win at home.

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFantasyFootballInsider.com for providing us with their Week 11 Rankings

It’s the last week of the regular season for most. And many will be looking for a win to get into the playoffs. Here are the top rated college fantasy players for Week 11.

Quarterbacks Running Backs
1) Dominique Davis, ECU @ UAB 1) Montel Harris, BC @ DUKE
2) David Piland, HOU vs TULSA 2) Jacquizz Rodgers, ORST vs WAST
3) Ricky Dobbs, NAVY vs CMCH 3) Rodney Stewart, COL vs IWST
4) Cam Newton, AUB vs GA 4) Bobby Rainey, WKTY @ AKST
5) Nathan Scheelhaase, ILL vs MINN 5) Lance Dunbar, NOTX @ MDTN
6) Ryan Mallett, ARK vs UTEP 6) Mikel LeShoure, ILL vs MINN
7) Russell Wilson, NCST vs WFST 7) Knile Davis, ARK vs UTEP
8) Ryan Aplin, AKST vs WKTY 8) LaMichael James, ORE @ CAL
9) Denard Robinson, MICH @ PUR 9) Robbie Rouse, FRST vs NEV
10) G.J. Kinne, TULSA @ HOU 10) Roy Helu, NEB vs KAN
11) Landry Jones, OKLA vs TXTC 11) Daniel Herron, OSU vs PSU
12) Andy Dalton, TCU vs SDST 12) Stevan Ridley, LSU vs LAMO
13) Alex Carder, WMCH vs EMCH 13) Daniel Thomas, KNST @ MO
14) Colin Kaepernick, NEV @ FRST 14) Alexander Robinson, IWST @ COL
15) Darron Thomas, ORE @ CAL 15) Doug Martin, BOST @ IDAH
16) Jeffrey Godfrey, CFLA vs SMISS 16) DeMarco Murray, OKLA vs TXTC
17) Kellen Moore, BOST @ IDAH 17) Keith Payne, VA vs MYLD
18) Tim Jefferson, AF vs NMEX 18) Sam McGuffie, RICE @ TUL
19) Brian Anderson, MRSH vs MEM 19) Montee Ball, WIS vs IND
20) Matt Christian, NMSU vs LATC 20) Lennon Creer, LATC @ NMSU
21) Terrelle Pryor, OSU vs PSU 21) Orleans Darkwa, TUL vs RICE
22) Chandler Harnish, NIU vs TOL 22) Alexander Teich, NAVY vs CMCH
23) Bryan Ellis, UAB vs ECU 23) Tauren Poole, TENN vs MISS
24) Ross Jenkins, LATC @ NMSU 24) Brandon Bolden, MISS @ TENN
25) Taylor Martinez, NEB vs KAN 25) Pat Shed, UAB vs ECU
26) Ryan Colburn, FRST vs NEV 26) Jeremy Avery, BOST @ IDAH
27) Mike Hartline, KTKY vs VNDY 27) Keola Antolin, ARZ vs USC
28) Aaron Murray, GA @ AUB 28) Vai Taua, NEV @ FRST
29) Tyler Bray, TENN vs MISS 29) J.J. Di Luigi, BYU @ COST
30) Robert Griffin, BAY vs TXAM 30) Adam Robinson, IOWA @ NWU
Wide Receivers Tight Ends
1) Jordan White, WMCH vs EMCH 1) Joe Halahuni, ORST vs WAST
2) Ryan Tannehill, TXAM @ BAY 2) Jordan Reed, FLA vs SOCAR
3) Patrick Edwards, HOU vs TULSA 3) Lee Smith, MRSH vs MEM
4) Randall Cobb, KTKY vs VNDY 4) Rob Housler, FAU vs LALF
5) Juron Criner, ARZ vs USC 5) Cody Sparks, TUL vs RICE
6) A.J. Green, GA @ AUB 6) Lucas Reed, NMEX @ AF
7) Lyle Leong, TXTC @ OKLA 7) Josh Chichester, LOU vs SOFL
8) Ryan Broyles, OKLA vs TXTC 8) Cooper Helfet, DUKE vs BC
9) Rishard Matthews, NEV @ FRST 9) Drake Dunsmore, NWU vs IOWA
10) Dwight Jones, UNC vs VATC 10) Mike Cruz, PITT @ UCONN
11) Roy Roundtree, MICH @ PUR 11) Andre Smith, VATC @ UNC
12) Juan Nunez, WMCH vs EMCH 12) Donnie Crosby, TROY vs FIU
13) Dwayne Harris, ECU @ UAB 13) DaVaughn Thornton, COL vs IWST
14) Damaris Johnson, TULSA @ HOU 14) James Hanna, OKLA vs TXTC
15) Julio Jones, ALA vs MSU 15) Bruce Figgins, GA @ AUB
16) Ryan Swope, TXAM @ BAY 16) Jonathan Massey, SMISS @ CFLA
17) Lester Jean, FAU vs LALF 17) D.J. Williams, ARK vs UTEP
18) Justin Blackmon, OKST @ TEX 18) George Bryan, NCST vs WFST
19) Rueben Randle, LSU vs LAMO 19) Deangelo Peterson, LSU vs LAMO
20) Nick Harwell, MIOH @ BGSU 20) Luke Stocker, TENN vs MISS
21) Markus Wheaton, ORST vs WAST 21) Tyler Eifert, ND vs UTAH
22) Jonathan Warzeka, AF vs NMEX 22) Orson Charles, GA @ AUB
23) T.Y. Hilton, FIU @ TROY 23) Luke Wilson, RICE @ TUL
24) Jeremy Ebert, NWU vs IOWA 24) Kyler Reed, NEB vs KAN
25) James Cleveland, HOU vs TULSA 25) Lance Kendricks, WIS vs IND
26) Titus Young, BOST @ IDAH 26) Collin Franklin, IWST @ COL
27) Kendall Wright, BAY vs TXAM 27) Michael Egnew, MO vs KNST
28) Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, IOWA @ NWU 28) Kellen Bartlett, UTST @ SJST
29) Austin Pettis, BOST @ IDAH 29) Eric Lair, MINN @ ILL
30) Chris Matthews, KTKY vs VNDY 30) Trent Ratterree, OKLA vs TXTC
Kickers Defenses
1) Kevin Goessling, FRST vs NEV 1) LSU, LSU vs LAMO
2) Josh Jasper, LSU vs LAMO 2) Boise St, BOST @ IDAH
3) Derek Dimke, ILL vs MINN 3) NC State, NCST vs WFST
4) Zach Hocker, ARK vs UTEP 4) Georgia Tech, GTCH vs MIA
5) Matt Hogan, HOU vs TULSA 5) TCU, TCU vs SDST
6) Philip Welch, WIS vs IND 6) Illinois, ILL vs MINN
7) Blair Walsh, GA @ AUB 7) Pittsburgh, PITT @ UCONN
8) Michael Palardy, TENN vs MISS 8) Buffalo, BUFF vs BLST
9) Alex Zendejas, ARZ vs USC 9) Utah, UTAH @ ND
10) Josh Czajkowski, NCST vs WFST 10) Navy, NAVY vs CMCH
11) Dan Hutchins, PITT @ UCONN 11) Wisconsin, WIS vs IND
12) Carson Wiggs, PUR vs MICH 12) Ohio St, OSU vs PSU
13) Devin Barclay, OSU vs PSU 13) Virginia, VA vs MYLD
14) Bryson Rose, MISS @ TENN 14) Virginia Tech, VATC @ UNC
15) Tyler Stampler, NMSU vs LATC 15) Florida St, FSU vs CLEM
16) Rob Beard, ORE @ CAL 16) Oklahoma St, OKST @ TEX
17) Joe Buckley, NAVY vs CMCH 17) Notre Dame, ND vs UTAH
18) Nate Freese, BC @ DUKE 18) Kent St, KENT vs ARMY
19) Daniel Hrapmann, SMISS @ CFLA 19) Wyoming, WY @ UNLV
20) Ross Evans, TCU vs SDST 20) Western Mich, WMCH vs EMCH
21) Justin Tucker, TEX vs OKST 21) Arizona, ARZ vs USC
22) Alex Henery, NEB vs KAN 22) FLA Intl, FIU @ TROY
23) Wes Byrum, AUB vs GA 23) Arkansas St, AKST vs WKTY
24) Ian McGarvey, BLST @ BUFF 24) Florida, FLA vs SOCAR
25) Mitch Ewald, IND @ WIS 25) Troy, TROY vs FIU
26) Ben DeLine, COST vs BYU 26) Alabama, ALA vs MSU
27) Nick Cattoi, CFLA vs SMISS 27) Arkansas, ARK vs UTEP
28) Ross Krautman, SYR @ RUT 28) Oregon St, ORST vs WAST
29) Harrison Waid, SJST vs UTST 29) Bowling Green, BGSU vs MIOH
30) Bobby Zalud, AKST vs WKTY 30) Army, ARMY @ KENT

A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Sneaky Plays for Week 11

CollegeFootballGeek.com’s Sneaky Plays – Week 11
By Kevin Mount, CollegeFootballGeek.com

The eleventh week of the college football season is already here and there may be some owners looking for some under the radar fantasy options. In many leagues this week is the first week of the playoffs, so it is even more important to find that “gem” to use in your lineup. Check out who we think could fill in nicely for fantasy teams in Week 11.


Mike Hartline QB Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt:
Hartline has been better than expected this season and has thrown for over 2600 yards and 21 scores. He has a juicy match up this week against the Commodores and their 94th ranked pass defense. A stat line of at least 250 yards and 2 to 3 scores seems about appropriate in this case.

Nick Foles QB Arizona vs. USC:
Foles returned from injury last week against Stanford and looked average against a tough Stanford defense. This week should prove more fruitful as he will face a Trojan pass defense that has really struggled all year long and comes in at 114th nationally. The head wildcat could really have a big game here and propel many fantasy teams to playoff victories. We are expecting big things out of the Cats and Foles this week.

Aaron Murray QB Georgia vs. Auburn:
Murray has been solid for a first time starter and has had a few big games this season. This week he gets to challenge a Tigers secondary that for all their team success has really had difficulty stopping the pass this year, ranking 95th nationally. The Bulldogs may have to throw the ball early and often to keep pace with a potent Tigers offense. 

Running Backs

Montee Ball RB Wisconsin vs. Indiana
Ball has sort of been a forgotten man in Madison with the emergence of James White this season. However with both White and John Clay dealing with injuries, Ball ran for 127 yards and 2 scores against Purdue last week. It looks as though Ball will start for the Badgers and could have a big game versus a shaky Hoosiers rush defense. If he is the main man this week, fantasy owners can expect big things from Ball this Saturday.

Stevan Ridley RB LSU vs. Louisiana Monroe:
Ridley has been a pleasant fantasy surprise this season and could really be a help to fantasy owners this week against La Monroe. The Warhawks rank 88th in the country against the run and figure to see a big dose of Mr. Ridley coming right at them this week. Another 100 yards day with a score or two could be a likely scenario for this Tiger RB in Week 11.

Donald Russell RB Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt:
Russell has been a solid fill in for Derrick Locke and is coming off a 110 yard and 2 score performance against Charleston Southern. It appears that Locke may return this week in some capacity, but Russell could still see enough carries to do a lot of damage against a poor Vandy rush defense that ranks 90th nationally this season. Russell has big upside this week especially if Locke sits out once again.

Alvester Alexander RB Wyoming vs. UNLV:
Alvester has been sort of disappointing this year, but blew up last week to the tune of 151 yards rushing and three scores. Fantasy owners should be licking their chops this week with a trip to face the UNLV. The Rebels are awful against the run and give up 220 yards per game and a staggering 28 touchdowns on the year. This Cowboy could easily repeat his numbers from last week.

Wide Receivers & Tight Ends

Mark Harrison WR Rutgers vs. Syracuse
This big sophomore has been coming on as of late. He has scored in four straight games and is averaging 75 yards per game receiving over that span. Although the Cuse pass defense has been very good this season, Harrison could still find some open space to make some plays. He seems to be a big part of the Scarlet Knights passing game and could see a bunch pf targets this week.

Roy Roundtree WR Michigan vs. Purdue:
Roundtree exploded last week for 246 yards receiving and 2 scores in a shootout win over Illinois. While we don’t expect anything close to those types of numbers, he is a good bet to be a solid contributor this week against Purdue. It seems like every Michigan game turns into a wild affair, so why stop with the Boilers this week. A trip to the end zone is very possible for Roundtree this week.

Bo Bowling WR Oklahoma State vs. Texas:
Bowling has stepped up and seems to be the #2 WR for the Cowboys. He is averaging 8.5 catches and 95 yards receiving per game over the past two weeks. The Texas pass defense has been stout and ranks 2nd in the nation, but they have not seen a passing attack like the Pokes possess all year long. With the Oklahoma State passing attack clicking the way it has been recently, Bowling is a decent bet to approach his recent numbers.

Marquess Wilson WR Washington State vs. Oregon State:
Wilson has had a remarkable freshman campaign and has been a bright spot for the lowly Cougars. He has 935 yards receiving and should go over the 1000 yard mark after this game. The Beavers pass defense is not good and ranks 102nd nationally. This game could be much closer than most think and Wilson could figure prominently in the outcome.

Luke Stocker TE Tennessee vs. Ole Miss:
Stocker has not been setting the world on fire by any means, but not many TE’s do this year. The Vols passing game seems to be coming alive with Tyler Bray under center and could find more success this week against Ole Miss. The Rebels are 86th in the country defending the pass and could give up some big plays this week. Stocker is worth a shot this week to be sure.

Sneaky Play Defenses

Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt
Boston College vs. Duke
Oregon State vs. Washington State
Air Force vs. New Mexico
Arkansas vs. UTEP

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


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A special thanks to our friends at CollegeFootballGeek.com for providing us with their Week 11 Player Rankings

Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Name School
1 Denard Robinson MICH 1 LaMichael James OREG 1 Justin Blackmon OKST
2 Dominique Davis ECU 2 Jacquizz Rodgers ORGST 2 Ryan Broyles OU
3 Colin Kaepernick NEV 3 DeMarco Murray OKLA 3 Dwayne Harris ECU
4 Cameron Newton AUB 4 Montel Harris BC 4 Jeff Fuller TXAM
5 Robert Griffin BAY 5 Mikel LeShoure ILLIN 5 Jeff Maehl OREG
6 Landry Jones OU 6 Stepfan Taylor STAN 6 Alshon Jeffrey SCAR
7 Alex Carder WMICH 7 Knile Davis ARK 7 Jordan White WMICH
8 Darron Thomas OREG 8 Bobby Rainey WKU 8 Randall Cobb KENT
9 Ribky Dobbs NAVY 9 Lennon Creer LTECH 9 AJ Green UGA
10 Kellen Moore BOISE 10 Rodney Stewart COLO 10 Lyle Leong TTECH
11 Russell Wilson NCST 11 Lance Dunbar NTEX 11 Juron Criner ARIZ
12 GJ Kinne TULSA 12 Robbie Rouse FRESNO 12 Patrick Edwards HOU
13 Austin Davis SMISS 13 Kendall Hunter OKST 13 Juan Nunez WMICH
14 Ryan Mallett ARK 14 Vai Taua NEV 14 Damaris Johnson TULSA
15 Brandon Weeden OKST 15 Stevan Ridley LSU 15 TJ Moe MIZZU
16 David Piland HOU 16 Marcs Lattimore SCAR 16 Titus Young BOISE
17 Taylor Martinez NEB 17 Ed Wesley TCU 17 Kendall Wright BAY
18 Blaine Gabbert MIZZU 18 Doug Martin BOISE 18 Austin Pettis BOISE
19 Nathan Scheelhaase ILLINI 19 Ronnie Weaver UCF 19 Lance Lewis ECU
20 Dwight Dasher MTSU 20 Tauren Poole TENN 20 Josh Gordon BAY
21 Ryan Tannehill TXAM 21 Mark Ingram ARK 21 Leonard Hankerson MIA-FL
22 Bryan Ellis UAB 22 Daniel Thomas KSU 22 DJ Koulianos IOWA
23 Tyrod Taylor VTECH 23 Jay Finley BAY 23 Lester Jean FAU
24 Diondre Borel UTAHST 24 Shane Vereen CAL 24 Cody Wilson CMU
25 Andrew Luck STAN 25 Roy Helu Jr. NEB 25 Jerrel Jernigan TROY
26 Mike Hartline KENT 26 Alex. Robinson ISU 26 Mike Jones UAB
27 Ross Jenkins LTECH 27 Cyrus Gray TXAM 27 James Cleveland HOU
28 Aaron Murray UGA 28 Orleans Darkwa TULANE 28 Roy Roundtree MICH
29 Ryan Aplin ARKST 29 Alvester Alexander WYOM 29 Jarius Wright ARK
30 Corey Robinson TROY 30 Sam McGuffie RICE 30 Jamel Hamler FRESNO
31 Andy Dalton TCU 31 Jordan Todman UCONN 31 Chris Owusu STAN
32 Steven Threet ARIZST 32 Leonard Mason CSU 32 TY Hilton FIU
33 Jordan Wynn UTAH 33 Lamar Miller MIAMI 33 Dwayne Frampton ARKST
34 Ryan Cobourn FRESNO 34 Michael Hayes HOU 34 Ronald Johnson USC
35 Tim Jefferson AFA 35 Daniel Herron OHIOST 35 Armon Binns CINN
36 Ricky Stanzi IOWA 36 Jonathan Williams ECU 36 Denarius Moore TENN
37 Trent Steelman ARMY 37 Adam Robinson IOWA 37 Jeremy Ebert NW
38 Taylor Potts TTECH 38 Montee Ball WISC 38 Chris Rainey FLOR
39 Brian Anderson MARSH 39 Michael Dyer AUB 39 Kris Burd UVA
40 Zach Collaros CINN 40 Alfred Morris FAU 40 Kris Adams UTEP
41 Tyler Bray TENN 41 Pat Shed UAB 41 Cobi Hamilton ARK
42 Terrelle Pryor OHIOST 42 Bryce Beall HOU 42 DJ Woods CINN
43 Dan Persa NW 43 Eddie Wide UTAH 43 DeVier Posey OHIOST
44 Matt Barkley USC 44 JJ DiLuigi BYU 44 Mohamed Sanu RUT
45 Jeffrey Godrey UCF 45 Keith Payne UVA 45 Rueben Randle LSU
46 Nick Foles ARIZ 46 Delone Carter CUSE 46 Michael Floyd ND
47 A. Carta-Samuels WYOM 47 James White WISC 47 Dwight Jones UNC
48 Austen Arnaud ISU 48 Dion Lewis PITT 48 Jeremy Kerley TCU
49 Garrett Gilbert TEXAS 49 Rex Burkhead NEB 49 Junior Hemingway MICH
50 Ben Chappell IND 50 Derrvin Speight UTAHST 50 Frantrell Forrest UAB
Rank Name School Rank Name School Rank Team
1 Michael Egnew MIZZU 1 Dan Bailey OKST 1 TCU
2 Ladarius Green ULL 2 Devin Barclay OHIOST 2 Boise State
3 Jordan Reed FLOR 3 Alex Henery NEB 3 LSU
4 George Bryan NCST 4 Blair Walsh UGA 4 Nebraska
5 Joe Halahuni OREGST 5 Wes Byrum AUB 5 Alabama
6 Rob Housler FAU 6 Derek Dimke ILLINI 6 Oregon  
7 Lance Kendricks (inj) WISC 7 Josh Jasper LSU 7 Ohio State  
8 Lee Smith MARSH 8 Rob Beard OREG 8 Iowa  
9 Collin Franklin IOWAST 9 Nate Freese BC 9 Air Force
10 Orson Charles UGA 10 Nate Whitaker STAN 10 Boston College
11 Vance McDonald RICE 11 Danny Hrapmann SMISS 11 Utah
12 David Paulson OREG 12 Zach Hocker ARK 12 NC State
13 Lucas Reed NMST 13 Aaron Jones BAY 13 Illinois
14 Daniel Hardy IDAHO 14 Philip Welch WISC 14 Wisconsin
15 Tyler Eifert ND 15 Chris Hazley VTECH 15 Connecticut
16 DJ Williams ARK 16 Joe Phillips UTAH 16 Oregon State
17 Cooper Helfret DUKE 17 Josh Czajkowski NCST 17 Kentucky
18 Cody Sparks TULANE 18 Mike Meyer IOWA 18 Florida
19 Eric Lair MINN 19 Grant Ressel MIZZ 19 Virginia Tech
20 Andre Smith VTECH 20 Anthony Martinez NEV 20 Stanford
21 Allen Reisner IOWA 21 Justin Kahut OREGST 21 Syracse
22 Virgil Green NEV 22 Ross Evans TCU 22 Rutgers
23 Coby Fleener STAN 23 Kevin Fitzpatrick TULSA 23 Arkansas
24 D. Dunsmore NW 24 Kevin Goessling FRESNO 24 Pittsbrgh
25 Kyler Reed NEB 25 John Potter WMICH 25 Oklahoma
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