[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Quarterback is the most important selection for your college fantasy football team. This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, the top 10 QB of 2018 averaged 32 ppg. The top 10 RB averaged 23 ppg, WR 24 ppg.

Knowing when to select the right QB is key. Against the average of the top 75 QB in 2018, Kyler Murray was 47% better! When evaluating ppg, our 2019 #1 QB was actually better at 50.33% better.

The dual-threat QB remains a key to winning in college fantasy, with a majority of them topping our 2019 rankings. Here’s our top 40 for pre-season:[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

Rank Player Class School Conference
1 D’Eriq King SR Houston AAC
2 Adrian Martinez SO Nebraska Big Ten
3 Sam Ehlinger JR Texas Big 12
4 Jalen Hurts SR Oklahoma Big 12
5 Gage Gubrud SR Washington State Pac-12
6 Tua Tagovailoa JR Alabama SEC
7 Justin Fields SO Ohio State Big Ten
8 Nathan Rourke SR Ohio MAC
9 Holton Ahlers SO East Carolina AAC
10 Spencer Sanders rFR Oklahoma State Big 12
11 Bryce Perkins SR Virginia ACC
12 Caleb Evans SR Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt
13 Mason Fine SR North Texas C-USA
14 Khalil Tate SR Arizona Pac-12
15 Trevor Lawrence SO Clemson ACC
16 Cole McDonald JR Hawai’i MWC
17 Kellen Mond JR Texas A&M SEC
18 Tommy DeVito SO Syracuse ACC
19 Jordan Love JR Utah State MWC
20 Zac Thomas JR Appalachian State Sun Belt
21 Charlie Brewer JR Baylor Big 12
22 Matt Corral rFR Mississippi SEC
23 Brock Purdy SO Iowa State Big 12
24 Shane Buechele JR SMU AAC
25 Austin Kendall JR West Virginia Big 12
26 Darriel Mack SO UCF AAC
27 Jamie Newman JR Wake Forest ACC
28 Ian Book SR Notre Dame IND
29 Steven Montez SR Colorado Pac-12
30 Justin Herbert SR Oregon Pac-12
31 Dorian Thompson-Robinson SO UCLA Pac-12
32 Keytaon Thompson JR Mississippi State SEC
33 Feleipe Franks JR Florida SEC
34 Elijah Sindelar SR Purdue Big Ten
35 Stephen Calvert SR Liberty IND
36 Alan Bowman SO Texas Tech Big 12
37 Malcolm Perry SR Navy AAC
38 Kelly Bryant SR Missouri SEC
39 Woody Barrett JR Kent State MAC
40 K.J. Costello SR Stanford Pac-12


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    1. Hey Dennis,

      This one has gone back and forth with a few of us on who will ultimately win the starting spot. Right now I am leaning towards Stevens winning out with the poor completion percentage that Thompson put up last year when he played in a few games. Thompson has the legs to be a great dual threat QB but the consistency with his arm is raising some eyebrows. We will be releasing our member rankings very soon and there is a good chance that Stevens will be inserted as the starting QB in those rankings.

    1. I’ve seen and read all about how this is a QB battle, but I remain excited and optimistic that Jacob Eason can thrive in a big way. Chris Peterson has had some incredible offenses with QB’s that have much less of a skillset. Eason’s arm talent paired with Peterson’s QB-coaching could be special.

      He’s not going to be an elite fantasy option, but he’s a solid QB3 in most leagues.

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