Welcome to the 2020 Fantasy Football Devy Review - Volume 4. 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 keys in on the outstanding performances by some relative unknowns.
2020 Fantasy Football Devy Review - Volume 4
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WELCOME TAULIA TAGOVAILOA ?
In his second career start, the sophomore lit up the field and led Maryland to a 17-point second-half comeback. pic.twitter.com/QuyAQD8Ncl
— ESPN (@espn) October 31, 2020
Taulia Tagovailoa, Maryland Terrapins
In only his second start for the Terrapins, the sophomore put on a show!
He threw for 394 yards, rushed for another 64, and totaled five touchdowns.
He has some very similar traits to his brother, and Taulia is equally fun to watch.
Spencer Sanders, Oklahoma State Cowboys
Sanders did everything he could to keep the Cowboys in the game on Saturday.
He threw a career-high 400 yards against Texas, with four touchdowns.
Only a sophomore, Sanders is one to keep an eye on as he develops his full arsenal over the next two seasons.
D.J. Uiagalelei, Clemson Tigers
Clemson faithful got a glimpse at what the future holds in the post-Trevor Lawrence era.
The true freshman stepped in admirably for the Tigers on short notice, making his first career start.
Uiagalelei did not disappoint, throwing for 342 yards, rushing for 25 yards, and totaling three touchdowns.
He also managed to not turn the ball over for the Tigers.
Breece Hall is just the 5th Power 5 player in the last 15 seasons to record 100+ rush yards & a rush TD in each of his team’s first 6 games of a season.
He joins Bryce Love (2017), Leonard Fournette (2015), Tevin Coleman (2014) and Adrian Peterson (2006). pic.twitter.com/OTMdwN7ACk
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 31, 2020
Breece Hall, Iowa State Cyclones
Hall has been doing work this season.
He has run for at least 135 yards in all five games he has played and scored at least once in all of them.
In his most recent outing this Saturday, he ran for 185 yards and found pay dirt twice.
Hall is making the case for RB1 of the 2022 class.
Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech Hokies
Herbert has been a steady force in the backfield for the Hokies this season.
He has rushed for over 100 yards in four of the five games played and has six touchdowns on the season.
His 8.4 yards per carry is best in the nation among running back with at least 40 or more carries.
Despite the loss, Dyami Brown had a great day on the field for @TarHeelFootball. He totaled:
Who gets drafted first, Dyami Brown or Dazz Newsome?
— NFL Draft Prospects Podcast (@nflprospectspod) November 1, 2020
Dyami Brown, North Carolina Tar Heels
Brown put on a show against Virginia on Saturday.
He caught 11 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns.
The junior is starting to make a name for himself and shine among a talented wide receiver group in North Carolina.
Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State Sooners
After coming off of a major knee injury in 2019, Wallace had his best performance of 2020 this week.
Wallace was target often by Spencer Sanders, and he hauled in 11 catches for 187 yards and two touchdowns.
It is great to see Wallace coming back into form that made him a top devy WR before the injury.
Jahan Dotson, Penn State Nittany Lions
Dotson stepped upped in a major way for the Nittany Lions in a loss to Ohio State.
He made numerous athletic catches and jaw-dropping plats.
Dotson ended the game with eight catches, 144 yards, and three touchdowns.
With more games like this, he will be a name to know come draft day.
Check out the rest of our 2020 Fantasy Football content from our great team of writers.