Dual-threat quarterbacks continue to be the gold standard when it comes to college fantasy football and will typically dominate the top of the rankings. Hence why you don’t see names like Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa and Clemson's Trevor Lawrence at the top like you would in any standard quarterback listing.
Heading into 2019, there is one name you need to know if searching for the No. 1 fantasy quarterback in the land – Houston’s D’Eriq King who averaged right around 40 points per contest last season in 11 games played. His Week 1 matchup against Oklahoma will be must-see television for fantasy players and college football fans alike.
You want to win your fantasy league? Snatch one (or more) of these dual-threat weapons up immediately and don't look back.
Athlon Sports contributor and resident college fantasy football expert Mike Bainbridge (@MBainbridgeCFF) is here to help you prepare for the upcoming college fantasy football draft season with our positional rankings. Below is the scoring system used for these positional rankings.
25 Passing Yards = 1 point
Passing TD = 4 points
10 Rushing Yards = 1 point
Rushing TDs = 6 points
Receptions = 0.5 points per reception
10 Receiving Yards = 1 point
Receiving TDs = 6 points
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A more complete set of college fantasy football rankings can be found in Athlon's Fantasy Football 2019 magazine.
College Fantasy Football QB Rankings for 2019
— Rankings by Mike Bainbridge, who is part of the Athlon Contributor Network. Bainbridge is a graduate of Northern Illinois University. Follow him on Twitter @MBainbridgeCFF.
(Top photo courtesy of Houston Athletics)