This article is part of our Dynasty Watch series.
This series will keep track of the RotoWire top-24 for draft-eligible dynasty prospects. As the college football season draws to a close, it is the last few opportunities for draft-eligible players to make a statement to NFL scouts. Many prospects have seen their stock solidified over the season, but a good or bad performance could move them up or down in the rankings, including throughout bowl season.
The players are ranked in descending order of their projected NFL fantasy value. Note that some players are not seniors and are therefore not guaranteed to declare for the 2019 draft.
1. N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State, Jr. (6-foot-4, 213 pounds)
The top ranked fantasy prospect on our board caught seven of 15 targets for 105 yards in a win Saturday against Oregon, his third straight game with 100 or more yards. Harry has an outrageous 31.6 percent target share in the Arizona State offense and has caught 65 percent of his targets this season at 9.8 YPT. ESPN's Mel Kiper recently ranked Harry his 26th best overall prospect in the upcoming draft, but we'd bet Harry is more likely to go in the top 10 than in the 20s.
Projected round: 1 (Top 15)
2. Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina, Jr. (6-foot-3, 220 pounds)
His fantasy owners might have hoped for more when Edwards caught four of five targets for 69 yards against FCS Chattanooga last week, but he has had a solid season for the Gamecocks. The junior has