Ethan Padway rounds out our Conference Preview series with his breakdown of the PAC-12. While Khalil Tate and Bryce Love rightfully get plenty of publicity, Washington's Myles Gaskin has proven time and again to be an elite fantasy option as well.
RotoWire's Erik Helm dives deep into the AAC, where Central Florida's McKenzie Milton is out to prove that his 2017 success was no fluke.
Chris Benzine keeps our Conference Preview series with a deep dive into the Big Ten, where Wisconsin's Jonathon Taylor is looking to build off a stellar freshman season and lead the Badgers to a College Football Playoff berth.
Chris Bennett tackles our ACC preview with a look at a conference loaded with future NFL talent. Florida State's Cam Akers and Clemson's Travis Etienne are already big-time dynasty targets, but where do they fit in the college fantasy landscape?
Chris Morgan sizes up the Sun Belt, where Justice Hansen enters the season as one of the top overall fantasy options in the entire college landscape. Can he deliver on the lofty expectations surrounding him and the Arkansas State program?
Jesse Siegel keeps our Conference Preview Series rolling with a look at the SEC, where Ole Miss' A.J. Brown is primed to further cement himself as college football's top receiver.
Nick Grays navigates you through the wildest conference in all of college fantasy football, the Big 12. Who ranks among the elite in a conference chock full of top tier fantasy options?
Rotowire's Brad Berreman shares his MAC wisdom in the third installment of the Conference Preview Series. What can Ohio's Nathan Rourke do for an encore after an incredible 2017?
Rotowire's Chris Morgan continues our series of conference previews with a look at the Mountain West. Is Juwan Washington the next great San Diego State running back?
Rotowire's Chris Morgan kicks off our series of Conference Previews with a deep dive into Conference-USA, where quarterback Mason Fine headlines a North Texas offense that should be among the nation's most explosive
John McKechnie rounds out the Power Five series of quarterback outlooks with a breakdown of the Pac-12, where Arizona's Khalil Tate is ready to take over as the face of the conference.
Chris Benzine keeps our quarterback preview series rolling with a look at the Big 12. Is Kyler Murray ready to take the reins from Oklahoma legend Baker Mayfield?
John McKechnie continues our series of quarterback breakdowns with a look at an SEC landscape. What impact will Tua Tagovailoa's injury have on Alabama's quarterback plans this spring and beyond?
Chris Benzine analyzes the quarterback situations across the Big Ten. Ohio State is tasked with replacing a legend in J.T. Barrett. Is Dwayne Haskins ready to take up his mantle and lead the Buckeyes back to the Big Ten Championship?
John McKechnie breaks down the quarterback landscape in the ACC heading into spring practice. Can Clemson's Kelly Bryant hold off a pair of former blue chip recruits to keep the starting job?
John McKechnie takes a deep dive into arguably the best Group of Five conference, the AAC, where some of the nation's best receivers dominate the landscape.
The ACC's signal callers stole the show last year, but this season's crop of PAC-12 quarterbacks may be even better, writes John McKechnie
Chris Benzine continues our conference-by-conference preview series with a look at the Big Ten, where J.T. Barrett and Saquan Barkley are both gearing up for Heisman runs in 2017.
Nick Grays looks to the Wild West of college football, the Big 12, and breaks down where you can find the fantasy gold mines and which players are fool's gold.
Chris Bennett takes breaks down an ACC landscape that'll prominently feature some fresh faces after Deshaun Watson, Mitch Trubisky, and Dalvin Cook all departed for the NFL. Will Lamar Jackson continue his reign as the top ACC signal caller?
Jesse Siegel kicks off our conference preview series with a deep dive into SEC country, where Derrius Guice is primed to make a run at the Heisman.Trophy.
Even with Larry Rose uncertain for the opener due to sports hernia surgery, Elijah McGuire, Matt Breida and a host of others will run wild in the Sun Belt.
Ray Lawry (Old Dominion), Anthony Wales (Western Kentucky), Aaron Jones (UTEP) and Ito Smith (Southern Miss) are all top-30 running backs heading into 2016.
Corey Davis is the top fantasy wideout heading into 2016, but the MAC has five other WRs in the positional top 50, too.
Brett Rypien's Boise State career is off to a brilliant start, but beware of an inflated price tag with this prodigal passer.
Keevan Lucas was a brilliant player prior to cruelly suffering a torn patellar tendon in October. Everyone is rooting for him, but patellar tendon tears have all but shut down any players who suffered them.
Josh Rosen (UCLA) and Davis Webb (California) are often cited as two potential top passers for 2016, but our projections leave them out of the top 40 at QB.
The Big Ten is predictably loaded with rushing output, as Corey Clement, Saquon Barkley and Mike Weber all rank in our top-20 at running back, but only three Big Ten wideouts place in our top 50 receivers.
Baker Mayfield may be the most recognizable Big 12 quarterback to the average fan, but all of Pat Mahomes, Seth Russell, Mason Rudolph and Kenny Hill could outproduce him in 2016.
Deshaun Watson is the king of college football, but the ACC is loaded with other talented players at quarterback. All of Lamar Jackson, Mitch Trubisky and Eric Dungey figure to post big numbers in 2016.