Rondale Moore played in just four games last season but he remains a top-10 fantasy option
No shortage on star power at the wide receiver position in 2020 as 1-10 may be one of the strongest groups we’ve ever seen in college fantasy football. We just need them to stay healthy this season as three players in our current top 10 – Rondale Moore, Sage Surratt, Tylan Wallace – missed extended time last year due to injury.
And it doesn’t stop there as there are elite talents that extend beyond the top 10 with the dynamic duos of Dyami Brown/Dazz Newsome at North Carolina, Amon-Ra St. Brown/Tyler Vaughns at USC, and Chris Olave/Garrett Wilson at Ohio State. Mix in some Group of 5 studs like C.J. Johnson at East Carolina and Tre Walker at San Jose State and this is an exceptional group of wideouts at our disposal.
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 WR Rankings for 2020
|6||Tylan Wallace||Oklahoma State|
|8||Tamorrion Terry||Florida State|
|9||Sage Surratt||Wake Forest|
|10||Jonathan Adams||Arkansas State|
|12||Dazz Newsome||North Carolina|
|17||Dyami Brown||North Carolina|
|18||C.J. Johnson||East Carolina|
|19||Amon-Ra St. Brown||USC|
|20||Tre Walker||San Jose State|
|21||Chris Olave||Ohio State|
|22||Isaiah McKoy||Kent State|
|23||Jahcour Pearson||Western Kentucky|
|25||Khalil Shakir||Boise State|
|29||Warren Jackson||Colorado State|
|30||Garrett Wilson||Ohio State|
|32||Osirus Mitchell||Mississippi State|
|34||Renard Bell||Washington State|
|38||Frank Darby||Arizona State|
— 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.