Dual-threat quarterbacks like Ohio State's Justin Fields are fantasy gold in CFF
Dual-threat quarterbacks continue to be the gold standard when it comes to college fantasy football and will typically control the top of the rankings. D'Eriq King dominated the CFF landscape back in 2018, averaging more than 40 fantasy points per game. Last season, Oklahoma's Jalen Hurts was the leading fantasy scorer in college football.
With that said, it should come to no surprise that Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields is not only our QB1 for 2020, but also the No. 1 overall player in CFF this upcoming season. Fields was outstanding in his first year with the Buckeyes after transferring over from Georgia, throwing for more than 3,200 yards and 41 touchdowns with just three interceptions. He is the clear choice if you somehow manage to nab the No. 1 overall pick in CFF.
Do you want to win your fantasy league? Snatch up one (or more) of these dual-threat weapons 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 2020 Fantasy Football magazine.
College Fantasy Football QB Rankings for 2020
|1||Justin Fields||Ohio State|
|3||Sam Howell||North Carolina|
|6||Spencer Sanders||Oklahoma State|
|7||D'Eriq King||Miami (Fla.)|
|8||Brock Purdy||Iowa State|
|10||Asher O'Hara||Middle Tennessee|
|11||Ian Book||Notre Dame|
|12||Holton Ahlers||East Carolina|
|13||K.J. Costello||Mississippi State|
|14||Sam Hartman||Wake Forest|
|19||Jayden Daniels||Arizona State|
|20||Dustin Crum||Kent State|
|23||Kellen Mond||Texas A&M|
|27||Alan Bowman||Texas Tech|
|28||Logan Bonner||Arkansas State|
|29||Michael Penix Jr.||Indiana|
— 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.