Have you ever wanted to play fantasy football at the college level? If so, you might want to keep an eye on these guys. Here's the week 7 fantasy football scoring leaders from the college football ranks.
QB: Lamar Jackson, Louisville
SCORE: 55.28 points
Jackson was his usual dual-threat self in a 45-42 loss to Boston College. He finished the game 19-of-39 for 332 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception, rushing 22 times for 180 yards and three touchdowns. His 55.28 points led all college fantasy scorers this weekend.
COMPARE: Lamar Jackson vs. Any QB
RB1: A.J. Dillon, Boston College
SCORE: 51.2 points
Dillon was a workhorse in Boston College's win over Louisville, totaling 272 yards and four touchdowns on 39 carries.
COMPARE: A.J. Dillon vs. Any RB
RB2 (TIE): Karan Higdon, Michigan; Ryan Nall, Oregon State
SCORE: 38 points
The duo of backs got to 38 points a little differently. Higdon helped Michigan avoid upset against Indiana with 25 rushes for 200 yards on the dot and 3 touchdowns. Nall and the Beavers came up three points short against Colorado, but he carried the ball 24 times for 172 yards and 3 touchdowns and added a pair of catches for 28 yards.
COMPARE: Karan Higdon vs. Ryan Nall
WR1: Michael Gallup, Colorado State
SCORE: 44.3 points
Gallup reeled in 13 catches for 263 yards and 3 touchdowns to lead all receivers with 44.3 fantasy points, helping Colorado State edge Nevada 44-42.
COMPARE: Michael Gallup vs. Any WR
WR2: Penny Hart, Georgia State
SCORE: 37.5 points
Hart totaled 11 catches for 190 yards and 3 touchdowns and also had 2 rushes for 5 yards as Georgia State took down Louisiana-Monroe 47-37.
COMPARE: Penny Hart vs. Any WR
TE: Blake Mack, Arkansas State
SCORE: 18.3 points
Mack was the top tight end on the weekend in terms of fantasy scoring, grabbing 6 catches for 63 yards and 2 touchdowns as Arkansas State cruised past Coastal Carolina 51-17.
COMPARE: Blake Mack vs. Any TE