It is time for the annual installment of the Devy 100, the third-most ballyhooed set of devy rankings completed within the greater Southwest Minneapolis area. As always, whittling this down to a mere one hundred was no simple task. If there is anybody you believe was omitted erroneously, feel free to pop in the comments and express your displeasure. If you missed any of the previous versions, just click on them below.
The Devy 100 is designed for the community of DLF to be as informed as possible about all the college prospects and future dynasty stars whether they play in devy leagues or not. Remember, all this information becomes archived in our library of content and goes into our annual Rookie Draft Guide for you to review when each of these players becomes eligible for traditional rookie drafts.
50. T.J. Vasher, WR Texas Tech Red Raiders
Profile: A tall receiver who is all knees and elbows at this point, T.J. Vasher looks a bit physically underdeveloped yet shines when the football is snapped. Despite possessing the aforementioned gaunt frame, Vasher has movement skills which mimic a smaller receiver with better muscular structure. Already a gazelle in the open field, power may be the key aspect when it comes to Vasher becoming a physically dominant receiver. Still a young receiver, there is ample room to grow for Vasher and while not yet a household name, his stock is ready to soar.
2018 Outlook: With Keke Coutee now in the NFL, Vasher should thrive as the Red Raiders top receiving option. Coming off a breakout redshirt freshman campaign, his game is poised to grow. Texas Tech always has a wide-open offense, which bodes well for Vasher receiving ample opportunities as he climbs the devy pecking order.