Welcome to the 2022 Fantasy Football Devy Week 11 Stock Up-Stock Down. This article each week will go with my Devy Rankings which are updated every week.
This week in College Football was filled with some explosive plays and high scores.
Let's get to our Devy Stock Up-Stock Down for the week.
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Caleb Williams, QB, USC Trojans, SO
Caleb Williams: 21 red-zone PASS TDs
Leads the Power 5⚔️ pic.twitter.com/IrUTehCZsQ
— PFF College (@PFF_College) November 11, 2022
Williams is having an outstanding season with USC. After transferring from Oklahoma, he has USC in the playoff hunt. He is also in the Heisman talk and has played himself into the first quarterback drafted talk for the 2024 draft.
His stats are pretty gaudy. 3,010 passing yards (10th in the nation), 31 touchdowns (tied for 3rd) and a QBR of 84.9. One of the most impressive stats is that he has only thrown four interceptions on 342 attempts.
Williams can also attack the defense with his legs as he has rushed for 283 yards and six touchdowns.
Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee Volunteers, JR
How does Jalin Hyatt get this open?
Touchdown No. 15 this season for No. 11 ✍️pic.twitter.com/LlaTSpBmBf
— 247Sports (@247Sports) November 12, 2022
After two mediocre seasons with the Vols, Hyatt has come into his own and developed into a reliable weapon for Hendon Hooker.
He has 15 touchdowns on the season, five coming in the upset win against Alabama. Hyatt has topped 100 yards in five games and has scored in seven of them. He has proved he can perform on the big stage 207 yards, fives TDs against Alabama) and continues to impress throughout the course of the season.
Quin Ewers, QB, Texas Longhorns, FR
The highly touted freshman has struggled in his debut season with the Longhorns. He has battled through injuries and turnovers for most of the season.
Ewers is just too talented to not bounce back from this. He was a five-star recruit and the No.1 overall prospect from the 2021 class. Ewers is a very athletic pro-style quarterback who throws a very good deep ball and is dangerous on the run. There is no need to panic here, as he will be back under center next season for Texas, so there is plenty of time to figure everything out.
JoJo Earle, WR, Alabama Crimson Tide, WR, SO
Coming into this season many thought Earle would be the next great Alabama WR to step up and dominate college football. That however has not been the case.
Earle has only caught the ball nine times for 138 yards. He has been overshadowed by Ja'Corey Brooks and Jermaine Burton. Brooks will be back next season, but Burton can turn pro. There is a buy low window right now on Earle, as he very well could be more involved in the offense come next season.
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