Ranking all the projected top statistical and college fantasy football quarterbacks for 2019
To keep this very, very loose using a basic scoring system, how do the college football quarterbacks rank fantasy-wise going into the year?
They’re by far the big stars, mainly because several will put up massive points running as well as throwing. You don’t necessarily need to draft one early since there are so many good ones, 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. D’Eriq King, Houston
2. Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma
3. Bryce Perkins, Virginia
4. Nathan Rourke, Ohio
5. Cole McDonald, Hawaii
6. Sam Ehlinger, Texas
7. Adrian Martinez, Nebraska
8. Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
9. Justin Fields, Ohio State
10. Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State
11. Kellen Mond, Texas A&M
12. Gage Gubrud, Washington State
13. Jordan Love, Utah State
14. Khalil Tate, Arizona
15. Malcolm Perry, Navy
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