The fantasy football stock market is constantly fluctuating and it is always important for us to know which players have a price that has become exploitable, whether it be to buy or sell. Pieces like this one have been fairly commonplace in the industry for a while in both redraft and dynasty, but I will be focusing on college players for devy dynasty leagues and how their week-to-week performances are affecting their price in those leagues.
Jonnu Smith, TE Florida International
It’s not often you see a tight end among the weekly leaders in college football, but Jonnu Smith had a big week against Old Dominion, catching ten passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns – this was Smith’s first time eclipsing 100 receiving yards this season, but he is no flash in the pan as he is currently ranked fourth among tight ends on the DLF Devy rankings. The combination of tight end stats being few and far between in college football, and the fact FIU isn’t exactly known for their quarterback play, Devy owners will learn a lot more about Smith on the field than on the stat sheet and I think they will like what they see.
Verdict: Buy. I think Smith has a chance to be a special talent and players from smaller schools without the huge numbers can often be overlooked.
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