2010 College Fantasy Wide Receiver Rankings

Ken Kelly


Owners in NFL Dynasty leagues need to constantly keep tabs on what’s happening in the college game. After all, that’s where the stars of tomorrow will be coming from.

With that in mind, we’re happy to unveil our 2010 College Fantasy Football Wide Receiver rankings, along with our brand new College Fantasy Football Forum here on dlfstg02.dynastyleaguefootball.com.

These rankings are created for College Fantasy Football and are not a ranking of NFL Draft prospects. However, you’ll see many of these players listed with an asterisk. Those marked in that fashion are currently on the Dynasty League Football Hot List as a college skill player who could be drafted in the top 3 rounds in the next NFL Draft.

1. Michael Floyd, Notre Dame*
Floyd had 795 yards, and 9 touchdowns in just seven games for the Irish last season. He loses Jimmy Clausen, but this should be the year that Floyd becomes a household name.

2. Vincent Brown, San Diego State
The Aztecs were certainly thrilled when Brown decided to return for his senior season.
He would have posted a monster season last year if not for a thumb injury that limited him to just six complete games.

Considering he had 778 yards in half a season, Brown should be one of the top wideouts off the board in 2010 drafts.

3. Aldrick Robinson, SMU
You have to love this offense for fantasy performers. Robinson had 800 yards and averaged right around 17 yards per catch for the Mustangs last year.

Expect even more from him in 2010.

4. DeAndre Brown, Southern Miss
Brown just has a knack for big plays. His 2009 season was a bit of a dropoff from his 1,117 yard debut in 2008, but he the stars aligned for a monster season.

5. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma*
Sam Bradford is gone, but Broyles and DeMarco Murray should help soften the blow for the Sooners.

Sooner fans sure hope he builds on his dominant performance in the Sun Bowl where he torched Stanford for 156 yards and three touchdowns.

6. James Cleveland, Houston
Case Keenum tends to throw a lot. James Cleveland tends to catch a lot, too.

Cleveland comes off an incredible 2009 season where he recorded 104 catches, 1,214 yards, and 14 touchdowns.

When you consider he had 241 yards in one game, you could say he belongs towards the top of any collegiate fantasy wide receiver list.

7. Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers
Sanu was a stud as  Freshman for Greg Schiano’s Scarlet Knights last season.

His yearly total of 639 yards, and three touchdowns just scratches the surface of his potential.

8. Dwayne Harris, East Carolina
You have to love the steady improvement of Harris. He’s increased his catches and yards in each of the past three seasons, and set a career high with seven touchdowns last season.

When you add the fact he’s from the same hometown as former WWE wrestler Jake “the Snake” Roberts, you have to love him!

9. Damaris Johnson, Tulsa
Johnson is only 5’8″ and 170 pounds, but he’s an absolute catching machine. He had a three game stretch last year with 41 catches. That’s two fewer than Julio Jones had ALL season.

10. Randall Cobb, Kentucky*
Cobb is a popular candidate for a breakout season in collegiate fantasy circles.

His 39 catches, 447 yards, and 4 touchdowns don’t blow anyone out of the water. Don’t let the stats fool you, Cobb has NFL caliber talent.

11. Titus Young, Boise State
12. James Rodgers, Oregon State
13. Eric Page, Toledo
14. Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M
15. Armon Binns, Cincinnati
16. Jonathan Baldwin, Pittsburgh*
17. Tyron Carrier, Houston
18. Austin Pettis, Boise State
19. Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
20. Wes Kemp, Missouri
21. Greg Salas, Hawaii
22. Jermaine Kearse, Washington
23. Kendall Wright, Baylor
24. AJ Green, Georgia*
25. Leonard Hankerson, Miami
26. DeVier Posey, Ohio State*
27. Malcom Williams, Texas
28. Rodney Bradley, Hawaii
29. Deonte Thompson, Florida
30. Keith Smith, Purdue
31. Ronald Johnson, USC
32. Kris Adams, UTEP
33. Tandon Doss, Indiana
34. Phillip Livas, Louisiana Tech
35. Chris Owusu, Stanford*
36. Greg Childs, Arkansas
37. Patrick Edwards, Houston
38. Donovan Varner, Duke
39. Jarvis Williams, NC State
40. Jarrett Boykin, Virginia Tech*
41. Detron Lewis, Texas Tech
42. Tyshon Goode, Kent State
43. Julio Jones, Alabama*
44. Jereme Brooks, Utah
45. Terrance Tolliver, LSU*
46. Juron Criner, Arizona
47. Ryan Whalen, Stanford
48. Darryl Freeney, East Carolina
49. Jamel Hamler, Fresno State
50. Jerrell Jackson, Missouri

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