College Fantasy Football Rankings 2018: Quarterbacks

College Fantasy Football Rankings 2018: Quarterbacks

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College Fantasy Football Rankings 2018: Quarterbacks


Ranking all the projected top statistical and college fantasy football quarterbacks for 2018?

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College fantasy football might not be catching on quite yet, but that’s starting to change. There are some real leagues forming on some major sites now, and more and more fans are trying to do their own fantasy thing, too.

To keep this very, very loose – since everyone’s scoring system is going to be different – and using a basic scoring system, how do the quarterbacks rank going into the year?

They’re by far the big stars, mainly because several will put up massive points running as well as throwing the ball. However, there are so many good ones, you don’t necessarily need to draft one early. But … you need to go after the big guys right away.

Scoring Guideline: Rushing/receiving scores are six points, and passing touchdowns are four points. 0.05 points per passing yard, and 0.1 point per rushing and receiving yards.

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

1. Khalil Tate, Arizona

2. Nathan Rourke, Ohio

3. Justice Hansen, Arkansas State

4. McKenzie Milton, UCF

5. Kyler Murray, Oklahoma

6. Will Grier, West Virginia

7. TaQuon Marshall, Georgia Tech

8. Drew Lock, Missouri

9. Nick Fitzgerald, Mississippi State

10. Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State

11. Trace McSorley, Penn State

12. Mason Fine, North Texas

13. Jordan Ta’amu, Ole Miss

14. Caleb Evans, ULM

15. Malcolm Perry, Navy

16. Brandon Wimbush, Notre Dame

17. Ben Hicks, SMU

18. Gardner Minshew, Washington State

19. Eric Dungey, Syracuse

20. McLane Carter, Texas Tech

21. Tyler Huntley, Utah

22. D’Eriq King, Houston

23. Justin Herbert, Oregon

24. Jawon Pass, Louisville

25. Taylor Cornelius, Oklahoma State

NEXT: Quarterback Rankings 26-50


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