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2020 Fantasy Football Devy Review – Volume 1

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Welcome to the 2020 Fantasy Football Devy Review – Volume 1. This will be a bi-weekly focus on two or three Devy players at each position and key performances.

With this collegiate year being as whacky as it has been, we will be doing bi-weekly reviews on the college season and touch on the key performers.

This week touches on a few known commodities in the devy community, but it also features three Miami Hurricanes as their offense is off to a phenomenal start.

For those not familiar with Devy leagues, take a look back at the Quarterback, Running Backs, and Wide Receivers/Tight End Devy Rankings for a bit of an explanation to the leagues.

2020 Fantasy Football Devy Review – Volume 1

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Quarterbacks

Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Tigers

As to be expected, Lawrence has started the season as he left off the last. In two games for the Tigers, he has thrown for 519 yards and four touchdowns for a 234.6 passer rating.

The competition these first two games were lacking, but Lawrence has done nothing to hurt his draft stock. In fact, with Justin Fields currently not playing for Ohio State, Lawerence is furthering the distance between the two for the top pick.

D’Eriq King, Miami Hurricanes

We may finally be getting to see the electric playmaker we all expected now that King has been entrenched as the starter. King has totaled 469 yards through the air with four touchdowns. He’s added an additional 92 yards and a TD on the ground through the first two games.

The offense is clicking on all cylinders with King. He is starting to back up the hype that was built around him in Houston before the transfer.

Running Backs

Cam’Ron Harris, Miami Hurricanes

Harris has gotten off to a great start for the Hurricanes this season. He is currently second in the nation with 268 rushing yards on 26 carries, good for 10.3 yards per carries. He has also managed to find paydirt three times. With little to no competition for carries, Harris should continue to shine as the season progresses.

Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns

Mitchell may not get as much fanfare as some of the other devy running backs this season since he plays at Louisiana, but he is equally talented. On Saturday he rushed for 164 yards on 16 attempts and got in the endzone twice. Mitchell was not heavily recruited but he’s coming off a 1,000 season and the offense runs through him at Louisiana.

C’BO Flemister, Notre Dame Fighting Irish

This one is more of a wait-and-see approach as the sample size is small, but Flemister came out balling on Saturday. He rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown and was by far the best rusher on the field for the Irish. It will be interesting how the carries shake out in the next game, but keep your eye on Flemister.

Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami Hurricanes

Jordan is special, there is no doubt about that. The junior has caught 10 balls for 171 yards and two touchdowns to start the season. He lines up all over the field for the Hurricanes and creates nightmare matchups for the smaller corners and linebackers on the field. Jordan is one of the top devy tight ends in the nation.

Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville Cardinals

The speedster for the Cardinals has become a favorite target for Malik Cunningham. He has managed to catch at least seven balls in each game (15 in total) for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Coming off a season in which he had 1,276 receiving yards and twelve touchdowns, Atwell looks to continue this climb up the draft board.


Check out the rest of our 2020 Fantasy Football content from our great team of writers.

About Jon Witt

Buffalo Boy born and raised. He loves his Buffalo sports unconditionally, despite them driving him nuts more often than not. Bleeds Dodgers Blue during the summer and wishes he had an NBA team. Plays all sorts of fantasy sports, has been for a very long time. Hit him up @JPW2542 with any comments or questions.

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