Growing in popularity over the years, we’ve reached a point where College Fantasy Football has made its way to the mainstream of the fantasy industry. As with the NFL level of fantasy football, ranking your players accordingly is the lifeblood to your fantasy football success.
College Football Network has strived to create the best, most accurate, and surely the deepest pool of rankings available. With 133 teams of athletes to choose from, the research and work that goes into accurately drafting a sound college fantasy football team is more difficult than the professional level.
And that’s where CFN’s College Fantasy Football rankings come into play.
The table below is best viewed on a desktop. For mobile users, the best experience will be in landscape. It defaults to quarterbacks – the most important position on a college fantasy lineup – but you can choose your position accordingly to find each positional ranking.
Caleb Williams, QB | USC Trojans
The overall No. 1 on everyone’s board, it’s hard to find a better player to acclimate yourself with college fantasy football than the reigning Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams. A documented dual-threat, Williams’ floor is the highest of any quarterback because of a combination of factors, all starting up front with his athleticism.
Williams has tremendous arm talent and the ability to put the football wherever he wants to on the field. He’s also a gifted athlete with the ball in his hands, toting the rock for yards in bunches. That’s great for a college fantasy lineup because QB rushing yards are at a premium at times, considering in college the fact that when they take sacks, they lose rushing yards.
For Williams, however, that athleticism keeps him off the ground and allows him ample time to throw downfield or take off and make something out of nothing.
It’d be no surprise to see Williams be back in New York for the Heisman Trophy ceremony and leading the way in terms of total points scored in fantasy lineups once again.
Rasheen Ali, RB | Marshall Thundering Herd
Rasheen Ali is back, returning to the field healthy for the Thundering Herd in 2023. With a clean bill of health, it should surprise no one that he’s one of the top running backs in the country. With no one to hawk his touches out of the backfield, Ali will be the focal point of a team trying to figure out its identity. That means a lot of touches for a dynamic athlete, both on the ground and through the air.
CFN’s college fantasy football rankings take into account all factors that go into play, from on-field ability to game situations and coaching staff philosophy. Get to know these players well.