Editor’s Note: Make sure you check out all the entire Devy 100 all off-season.
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. As such, it’s important for us to track the entire landscape for devy players or those looking ahead to the dynasty stars of tomorrow. This also comes with the disclaimer reiterating fantasy football is always an inexact science – this is exacerbated when you throw college talent into the mix. Many players not on this list are sure to break out and become notable NFL prospects. However, in my estimation, the players on the Devy 100 are the individuals with the most next level potential.
50 – Josh Allen, QB Wyoming Cowboys
A seemingly overnight internet sensation, GIFs of Josh Allen started popping up approximately every five seconds as draft pundits marveled at his huge arm and plus athleticism. The ultimate gunslinger, Allen would attempt to throw a sedan through a keyhole if you challenged him. It is the outside of the structure plays which dazzle yet also offer questions as to his ability to truly guide an offense with a steady hand. He will certainly divide the draft community as a big, toolsy quarterback whose strengths sometimes become his weaknesses.