The Draft Kit rolls on with a look at the running back position for 2019. Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor has NCAA history within reach and enters the year as our top fantasy running back.
John McKechnie and Mario Puig open the 2019 Draft Kit with a look at the quarterback position, where Houston's D'Eriq King reigns supreme.
West Virginia's David Sills came out of the woodwork to establish himself as one of the top fantasy receivers in 2017. What will he do for his encore in an explosive Mountaineer offense?
John McKechnie keeps the position-by-position breakdowns rolling with a look at the running backs. Will touchdown machine Devin Singletary lead the way again in 2018?
John McKechnie takes a look at the top quarterbacks in the NCAA landscape heading into 2018 with Arizona's Khalil Tate leading the way thanks to his explosive dual-threat capabilities.
Mario Puig breaks down the 2015 wide receivers and lands on Tulsa's Keevan Lucas, who could explode in a Baylor-style offense this season.
Mario Puig ranks this year's running back class, which finds another Georgia workhorse on top in Nick Chubb.
The surprise in Mario Puig's quarterback rankings is not that Baylor's Seth Russell is on top but that he might be better than Bryce Petty.
Dual-threat weapon Terrance Broadway is back to lead the Rajin' Cajuns as the class of the Sun Belt Conference.
Georgia's Todd Gurley is easily the nation's best running back and leads an SEC overflowing with talent.
The dual-threat Marcus Mariota is not only tops in the Pac-12, but he might be the top fantasy player in the nation.
In a conference full of gems, dual-threat QB Cody Fajardo should bounce back to be the league's top fantasy player.
Quarterback Matt Johnson is back with a new coach and a new offense to lead Bowling Green in the MAC this season.
Everett Golson returns this season for the Fighting Irish after a season-long suspension last year.
Marshall is the class of the conference, and quarterback Rakeem Cato could be in for a huge year as he guides the Thundering Herd.
Ohio State's Braxton Miller leads a conference steeped in talent as he looks to claim a Heisman Trophy that slipped away last year thanks to injuries.
The Big 12 is full of potent offenses and star players, few bigger than Kansas State's Tyler Lockett.
After a national championship and a Heisman Trophy, what's next for Jameis Winston and Florida State?
East Carolina's Shane Carden is the class of the conference after the departure of some high-profile quarterbacks.
Aaron Murray could have been a steal, going in the fifth round of this 24-team draft. Daniel Kennedy breaks down his team and adds a few insights about the draft pool as a whole.
With the Texas A&M scoring at a comical pace Taylor Bertolet should be an elite fantasy kicker this year, perhaps even the nation's best.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins is the top Dawg among fantasy tight ends this season, as long as his offseason DUI arrest doesn't keep him on the field.
Marqise Lee didn't take his eye off the ball too often last season, but this year he has a new quarterback to break in at USC.
Ka'Deem Carey might not match his breakout 2012 season, but he's an easy bet for the top spot among running backs.
After topping 5,000 total yards and nearly 50 touchdowns last season, Johnny Manziel is back for an encore, making him an easy No. 1 fantasy pick this year.
Dominique Williams should bring good value with an increased role in Washington State's Air Raid offense this season in the Palouse.