Whereas there is an incredibly deep crop of running backs to choose from in college fantasy football this season, the same cannot be said with regards to the wide receivers. Outside of the top 15-20, there is much uncertainty with a lack of proven commodities and depth that we have seen in recent seasons.
With that said, there is plenty of star-power at the top entering 2019, including Purdue's super sophomore Rondale Moore, Oklahoma State's Tylan Wallace, and Colorado's Laviska Shenault Jr. Regardless of the scoring settings in your league, these three will be big-time producers this upcoming season that can help lead you to a title.
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 WR Rankings for 2019
Laviska Shenault Jr.
Cedric Byrd II
Rico Bussey, Jr.
Amon-Ra St. Brown
Reggie Roberson, Jr.
— 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.