The off-season is always an exciting time for dynasty owners. This goes double if your league also has a devy aspect. Between depth-chart shuffling, recruiting season, and spring ball, there is a lot going on in the college football world.
This comes with the disclaimer reiterating fantasy football is an inexact science. This is exacerbated when you throw college talent into the mix. Many guys not on this list are sure to breakout and become notable NFL prospects. But these are in my estimation the individuals with the most next level potential.
60 – TE Jaylen Samuels, North Carolina State Wolfpack
I will be honest: I have no idea what Jaylen Samuels is. He wears number twenty-eight. He is listed as a tight end. He stands in at 5’11”, 223 pounds. None of these things make sense in the context of what you would traditionally expect, and you certainly have to hope Samuels does not land with a coach whose playbook expands barely past the one found in Tecmo Super Bowl. A truly unique weapon who is smooth and powerful with the ball in his hands, Samuels looks natural as a runner and possesses soft hands as well. As long as the NFL does not attempt to fit him into one of their preferred boxes, he is a talent who can post numbers in a variety of ways.