Categories Archives: Devy

Draft Stock Watch: Weeks 0 & 1 September 16, 2021

Hello, again Fantasy Devy Gamers! Each week I will bring you the latest updates, performances, and NFL buzz surrounding college players that should prove to be integral to their eventual NFL Draft Stock. I will utilize recent statistics, performance and f...

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Devy Players of the Week September 14, 2021

After a disappointing individual performance in a Week 1 loss to Virginia Tech, the Junior 6’1" 220 lbs. QB bounced back in a big way against the clearly outmatched Georgia State Panthers. In Week 2 Howell completed 72.4% of his passes for 353 yards and...

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Devy Breakout Player of the Month: August September 10, 2021

In devy leagues, we are all looking for not only the generational talents at the collegiate level that will be NFL stars when they go pro, but we are also looking for the hidden gems that go under the radar but will be league winners someday. While genera...

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Devy Players of the Week September 6, 2021

Each week of the College Football season, I will be highlighting “Devy” players that excelled that particular week. I will touch on a QB, RB, and Pass Catcher (WR or TE) that performed well and deserve your attention. Sometimes these players will be e...

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The 2021 DFF Fantasy Guide September 3, 2021

As we quickly approach our final fantasy drafts, the team at DFF wanted to provide everyone with a free one-stop-shop to head into Week 1. In the 2021 DFF Fantasy Guide, we will walk you through the different league formats and offer advice on how to best...

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The Freakiest Athletes in College Football for 2021: Part 6 August 24, 2021

The Bearcats breakout quarterback is getting first-round hype for the NFL draft, and rightfully so. He provides a tantalizing combination of passing accuracy, completing 61% of his passes for 6,905 yards and 57 touchdowns with elite rushing abilities. Thi...

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The Freakiest Athletes in College Football for 2021: Part 5 August 23, 2021

The USC receiver also participates on the USC basketball team. Standing at 6’5” and 210 lbs. London has a skill set that allows him to succeed in both basketball and football at the division-one collegiate level. His 38” vertical leap along with his...

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The Freakiest Athletes in College Football for 2021: Part 4 August 22, 2021

Justin Hall is the most productive FCS receiver of all time, having hauled in 257 passes for 2,772 yards and 13 touchdowns also adds peripheral production in the rushing game. It is clear why Ball State focused on feeding Hall throughout his career. The 5...

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The Freakiest Athletes in College Football for 2021: Part 3 August 21, 2021

The most electric-skill position player in the FCS is Sam Houston’s 5’9” and 192 lbs. wide receiver and kick returner Ezzard. He dominated Sam Houston’s competition over his career averaging 27 yards per reception and 18 yards per return. He wins ...

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The Freakiest Athletes in College Football for 2021: Part 2 August 20, 2021

This year we will be counting down the most athletic players from the least likely to make an impact in the NFL to the most likely. In doing this we are going to combine the players' athletic traits, production profiles, and competition levels to highligh...

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The Freakiest Athletes in College Football for 2021: Part 1 August 17, 2021

This year we will be counting down the most athletic players from the least likely to make an impact in the NFL to the most likely. In doing this we are going to combine the players' athletic traits, production profiles, and competition levels to highligh...

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The Next D.K. Metcalf is in College and He’s Free…For Now August 2, 2021

There is a player from the 2020 class who compares favorably to Metcalf and is on pace to outproduce Metcalf’s college statistics considerably. This prospect is on the same trajectory as Metcalf was in his early college days and could even surpass Metca...

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Devy Player Comps: Class of 2022 July 12, 2021

In this article, I will take you through the top devy options that are eligible for the 2022 NFL Draft. We will look at their listed measurements according to their college programs as well as their projected 40-yard dash times. We will project 40-yard da...

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Devy: Fancy Deep Diving July 1, 2021

The 6’0” and 208 lbs. sophomore sure has a great pedigree, although he didn’t get much action in the COVID-19 impacted PAC-12 2020 season. His father, Emmitt Smith, is the NFL All-Time leading rusher amassing 18,355 yards over his 15-year career. E....

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Campus To Canton Devy Leagues June 10, 2021

Campus to Canton is a devy fantasy football format that is swiftly escalating in popularity among fantasy football enthusiasts. We can take a step back first and cover a few items worth noting. A devy league is a league in which you roster players that ar...

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Freshman Poised For a Breakout Season May 28, 2021

Every year in devy leagues, we yearn for the players who produce in their freshman season, preferably as true freshmen. Last year, we saw the likes of Jahmyr Gibbs, Tank Bigsby, and Bijan Robinson have breakout seasons as true freshmen and boost their sto...

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Desmond Ridder: 2021 Devy Profile April 9, 2021

At 6’4” 215 lbs. Desmond Ridder was in the conversation with Mac Jones and Kyle Trask to be the QB5 in the 2021 draft class. However, he opted to return to Cincinnati for his senior season. The former three-star-recruit has come a long way and enters ...

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Jayden Daniels: 2021 Devy Profile April 6, 2021

In his freshman season, Jayden Daniels proved to be a trusted piece putting up five games of more than 300 yards and rushing over the 50-yard mark three times. A few games stand out when looking at his game log from 2019: completion percentages of 22.2% a...

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Quentin Johnston: 2021 Devy Profile March 6, 2021

This past season as a true freshmen Johnston led the Horned Frogs in receiving yards with 487. He was second on the team in receiving TDs with two. This may not seem like a lot but when you realize that TCU only passed for 196 yards-per-game. You see that...

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