Welcome to the 2022 Fantasy Football Devy Week 10 Stock Up-Stock Down. This article each week will go with my Devy Rankings which are updated every week.
For those not familiar with Devy leagues, they are a form of a dynasty league that allows you to draft collegiate players and stash them on your team. That player does not accumulate any stats until they are drafted into the NFL. Once they are drafted, that Devy player that you have stashed will automatically be placed on your team.
This week in College Football there were plenty of upsets including two top 5 teams falling. The ranking and the college football playoffs ranking are sure to be different!
Let's get to our Devy Stock Up-Stock Down for the week.
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Blake Corum, RB, Michigan Wolverines, JR
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) November 5, 2022
Corum has been the lead back for the Wolverines since week four and has yet to look back. In his last six games, he has rushed for at least 100 yards and a touchdown.
A true bell cow back, Corum is a physical runner who has shown how durable he is. Despite taking a pounding to the tune of 199 carries, Corum has managed to stay healthy all season and still produce at an NFL level. He is tied for first in the nation with 16 rushing touchdowns and has 1,187 rushing yards on the season good for fourth in the nation.
Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina Tar Heels, FR
Drake Maye's incredible season continues⭐️ pic.twitter.com/P6K1qLHmXI
— PFF College (@PFF_College) November 5, 2022
What a season Maye is having as a freshman for the Tar Heels. He is making Tar Heel nation forget all about Sam Howell.
Fourth in the nation in passing yards (2,964), first in touchdown passes (31), third in QBR (89.6) and only three interceptions on the season, Maye is on a tear. Oh and did I mention that his is also very mobile? He has 513 rushing yards on the season with four touchdowns.
Maye has the arm strength and the frame (6'4 220) that scouts love. Being only a freshman will give him time to fine tune his game even more. He very well may be the top QB taken when he becomes draft eligible.
Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse Orange, SO
After an outstanding freshman season and a strong start to his sophomore campaign, Tucker has struggled mightily as of late. He has failed to reach 100 yards in four straight games including a measly 19 this week against Pitt.
The good thing is Tucker is much more talented than his last four games have shown. He is an elite back who should be able to bounce back from this. Odds are he declares after this season.
If he can regain last year's form in the remaining games for the Orange, he still can be a day-two pick and productive at the next level.
Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina Gamecocks, QB, JR
My how the mighty have fallen. Rattler, similar to Maye was a highly touted freshman QB coming out of high school. He had a good season in 2020 for Oklahoma only to fall hard and lose his job in 2021. He transferred to South Carolina this season in hopes of turning it back around.
Well, his season in South Carolina has not gone as planned. He has more interceptions (9) than touchdowns (8) and an awful QBR of 46.2.
My guess is Rattler stays for his senior season and tries to re-coup some draft stock. Until he proves himself again, he is not rosterable in most, if not all, devy leagues.
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