As dynasty owners putter about the interwebs discussing short shuttle times and dissecting the nuances of the Dominator Rating, Devy owners are intently watching Spring Practices and eyeing key positional battles. They say dynasty football never sleeps, but devy football never even rests. From Signing Day (both of them) to fall camp, devy calendars are chock-full of important dates.
The Devy 100 is a breakdown of some of the best collegiate talent around. Players will be missed; others will emerge. My rankings will be cursed from Juneau, Alaska to Key West, Florida. Yet hopefully it provides a modicum of assistance to those navigating the murky waters of deep leagues, struggling to identify their 10th round selection as they decide between Auburn’s third-string running back and an incoming freshman receiver at Ohio State. Without any further inane ramblings, on to the list.
15. Tylan Wallace, WR Oklahoma State Cowboys
The Skinny: One of college football’s most dynamic playmakers, Wallace has continued Oklahoma State’s tradition of producing elite talent at wide receiver. He is electric off the line of scrimmage, embarrassing defenders with his foot speed and creating separation effortlessly. Despite possessing elite athleticism, his best trait is his aggressiveness. He is an elite competitor who believes every football is his property.
Like many Oklahoma State receivers before him, his route tree is limited at this point, but you bank on the skills and let him do what he does best. The rest will come in time.
2019 Outlook: Spencer Sanders has been a pleasant surprise under center. It is no surprise Wallace has taken the ascension of Sanders and used it to dominate college football. He lacks the name brand value of many of his peers, but is poised to surprise when he gets drafted ahead of many of them.