College Fantasy Football Rankings 2018: Overall Top 200 Prospects

College Fantasy Football Rankings 2018: Overall Top 200 Prospects

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College Fantasy Football Rankings 2018: Overall Top 200 Prospects


Ranking all the projected top 200 statistical and college fantasy football prospects for 2018.


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College Fantasy Football is getting there.

It’s starting to get more and more interest and national love, but it’s just a flea on the NFL’s back when it comes to popularity.

But it’s still fun.

All leagues are going to be different when it comes to scoring systems, configurations, and whether or not it’s a national thing or just concentrating on conferences. No matter how you do it, here’s generally the deal.

1. Like in pro fantasy football, just take the superstars up top and worry about positions later.

2. If you don’t go big on tight end early, forget about it. The position falls off the map instantly.

3. If you don’t go big on wide receiver early, you can’t forget about it, but you’re sort of screwed.

4. It’s okay to secure a top defense and/or kicker early, but there’s no real desperate need to.

5. Take BIG swings late. College is far, far different than NFL in that the speculation on the superstars is more of a shot in the dark. Last year, Jonathan Taylor, Khalil Tate and David Sills weren’t exactly flying off the board early.

College Fantasy Football & Statistical Rankings 
Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Receivers
Tight Ends | Kickers | Def & STs | 2017 Overall

So for the preseason College Fantasy Football Top 200 Prospects, it’s about value more than the potential raw numbers. No matter what your scoring system, the 75thish-best quarterback is likely going to score around as much as a top wide receiver, much less a great tight end.

With that in mind, this isn’t a ranking of players based on likely overall scoring; it’s combining value and timing as well as the likely straight stats.

Remember, this is ONLY about the potential fantasy football stats, not necessarily talent.

200. PK Anders Carlson, Auburn

199. PK Justin Yoon, Notre Dame

198. Def/ST Michigan State

197. QB Jordan Love, Utah State

196. PK Louie Zervos, Ohio

195. QB Clayton Thorson, Northwestern

194. QB Kyle Shurmur, Vanderbilt

193. RB Toren Young, Iowa

192. QB Jalen Hurts, Alabama

191. QB Brandon Dawkins, Indiana

190. RB Khalil Herbert, Kansas

189. QB Feleipe Franks, Florida

188. RB Ty Chandler, Tennessee

187. PK Ricky Aguayo, Florida State

186. RB Kennedy McKoy, West Virginia

185. WR Jalen Hurd, Baylor

184. WR Tarik Black, Michigan

183. WR Sean Savoy, Virginia Tech

182. PK Jet Toner, Stanford

180. PK Sean Nuernberger, Ohio State

179. Def/ST Penn State

178. Def/ST Georgia

177. PK Matthew Wright, UCF

176. QB Sam Ehlinger, Texas

175. WR Chico McClatcher, Washington

174. QB Mitchell Guadagni, Toledo

173. RB Ty Johnson, Maryland

172. WR Nyquan Murray, Florida State

171. RB Artavis Pierce, Oregon State

170. QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson

College Fantasy Football & Statistical Rankings 
Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Receivers
Tight Ends | Kickers | Def & STs | 2017 Overall

169. QB Nick Jeanty, New Mexico State

168. RB Eno Benjamin, Arizona State

167. QB Malik Rosier, Miami

166. QB Adrian Martinez, Nebraska

165. WR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama

164. Def/ST Virginia Tech

163. TE Micky Crum, Louisville

162. RB Damien Harris, Alabama

161. QB Jake Browning, Washington

160. WR Nate Brown, Missouri

159. WR Theo Howard, UCLA

158. WR Denzel Mims, Baylor

157. RB Emmanuel Reed, Buffalo

156. QB Armani Rogers. UNLV

155. QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama

154. RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU

153. WR Tee Higgins, Clemson

152. WR CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma

151. WR Henry Ruggs, Alabama

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