[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We’ll be updating all of the depth chart pages one conference at a time, so if you click around the site – just know that as of right now, the SEC is the first completed conference.

Let us know what you think![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Alabama Crimson Tide – Mac Jones is expected to take over at QB in 2020 with Tua heading to the NFL Draft. Bryce Young and Taulia Tagovailoa will battle it out for QB2. Najee Harris could be in for a big season if Alabama runs the ball a bit more like the Pre-Tua days. We’re excited to watch Trey Sanders and John Metchie as potential breakout performers.

Auburn Tigers – Very interesting group of players for a team that could be a lot of fun to watch in 2020 – or be a complete train wreck. We’ll see where the Gus Bus is headed with intriguing matchups week 2 vs UNC and week 3 at Ole Miss.

Arkansas Razorbacks – Another new coach for the Hogs as Sam Pittman takes over in 2020. The roster has great young talent at WR in Burks/Woods/Knox and transfer Feleipe Franks will start at QB after transferring from Florida. The most valuable pre-season player fantasy-wise is Senior RB Rakeem Boyd.

Florida Gators – We thought this would be the first off-season that Kyle Trask would have as the starter, while that’s technically valid – the coronavirus may prohibit practice. Florida has a lot of talent but the star for fantasy here is TE Kyle Pitts.

Georgia Bulldogs – Jamie Newman will be an exciting addition to this Georgia offense, which will definitely be hindered by less practice time caused by the coronavirus. Will the true dual-threat QB hurt production from the loaded stable of RB’s? Possibly, but we expect Zamir White to become RB1 and be a nice fantasy factor. Definitely keeping our eyes on Darnell Washington who will have a great impact as a freshman.

Kentucky WIldcats – Another season of Terry Wilson who’s had some really great games, he returns for his senior season. AJ Rose returns at RB along with backup Kavosiey Smoke and a veteran group of WR will look to continue helping Kentucky’s great run with Mark Stoops as the head coach.

LSU Tigers – So much has changed for LSU over the off-season! Myles Brennan will take over at QB on an offense that absolutely won’t perform up to the ridiculous 2019 standards. Fantasy production from the WR position will decline overall but it’s possible Chase/Marshall could claim similar individual numbers. RB will be an interesting battle between the 3 sophomores.

Mississippi State Bulldogs – Fantasy advice: draft Kylin Hill.

Missouri Tigers – Another transfer QB will take over in Shawn Robinson, a terrific athlete who played some while at TCU. Larry Roundtree II is back for his senior season, he’s been a fantastic RB for the Tigers. Missouri seems to always sneak up on teams by flying under the radar – this feels like another one of those seasons if the offense is able to come together.

Ole Miss Rebels – Lane Kiffin is back in the SEC! He has two really good young QB’s to work with in John Rhys Plumlee and Matt Corral. Jerrion Ealy is a dynamic RB who could put up some great fantasy numbers (don’t expect Devin Singletary #’s in the SEC though). Kiffin is known for featuring a star WR and that should bode well for WR1 Elijah Moore.

South Carolina Gamecocks – Ryan Hilinski will likely hold off transfer Collin Hill to retain the starting QB gig, throwing to a solid group of WR. At RB, there will be a new look after a few seniors graduated after claiming the bulk of the production in 2019. Will Lloyd be able to beat the returning Harris/Fenwick out for RB1? That’s something to watch for dynasty owners.

Tennessee Vols – The Vols have 5 quarterbacks on the roster and while everyone expected a transfer out of Guarantano, it hasn’t happened yet. RB is a fantasy disaster at this point w/ 3 returning backs that all had similar touches in 2019 – Gray showed some flashes and has dynasty league value.

Texas A&M Aggies – From a college fantasy football perspective, A&M disappoints annually since the days of Johnny Football. CFF analysts continue to overrate Kellen Mond – who’s a great talent – but is un-startable in fantasy half of the season because of the defenses he plays. Jimbo Fisher loves to ride one RB so if that’s Isaiah Spiller as-anticipated, he’s the best fantasy producer from A&M.

Vanderbilt Commodores – Yawn.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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