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.
Show Utah Some Love – Jordan Love, QB Utah State
It is not every day that a Utah State player makes their way to the devy stock market, but the performance of Jordan Love in 2018 warrants this attention. Love has completed 66.7% of his passes with a 24-4 touchdown-interception ratio. He has developed his game well in year two, after a poor 6.5 average yards per attempt number in 2017, his AY/A has risen to 9.8 in 2018.
Love has thrown four or more passing touchdowns in four of ten games and has also been a running threat in the red zone. At 6’3” 225 pounds, he has six rushing touchdowns this season. He is likely unowned in all devy leagues, but his sophomore season will warrant some attention in the later rounds of deep superflex devy leagues.
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