2019 College Fantasy Football Expert Rankings

March 22, 2019 By John Laub

As a college student during the Eighties, I looked forward to March Madness and
Spring Break. It was the unofficial beginning of spring in my opinion. However,
without UConn in the Men’s Tournament this year, I have little interest in filling out
any NCAA tournament brackets, and I am far too old to go to Florida to soak in the
sunrays or partake in the festivities.

For me, spring football practices across the country on college campuses are the
highlight of my month. It is the kick off for the 2019 college football season, and I
need my fix as a CFF diehard. Therefore, I asked four preeminent College Fantasy
Football minds to join me in providing CFF rankings for the upcoming season and
compiled a composite rating at all the positions. The prognosticators also chose a
player as the Top Heisman Candidate, Sensational Sleeper and Fantastic Freshman
for the upcoming campaign.

Enjoy the player ratings, and please follow all of the CFF experts on Twitter.

The First Down Panel:

  • Mike Bainbridge, @MBainbridgeCFF, patreon.com/mbainbridgeCFF
  • Scott Bogman, @BogmanSports, InThisLeague.com
  • Zach Hall, @CFFChamps, cffchamps.com
  • Justin Heisey, @JustinHeisey, Fantrax.com
  • John Laub, @GridironSchol91, FootballDiehards

Ready to give College Fantasy Football a go? Head on over to Fantrax.com to see what it’s all about.

Early 2019 CFF Rankings

  • For a larger view on any of the rankings just click on the table to expand it.


Running Back

Wide Receiver

Tight End



Expert Player Picks



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John Laub :With his Masters in history and professional experience as an educator, John Laub is uniquely qualified to research, analyze and discover new insights and trends in college and professional football. Laub has played fantasy football for thirty years and published articles for FootballDiehards.com for well over 20 years. He won $10,000 in 1993, defeating nearly 15,000 owners, and published Audibles: Winning is Everything in the 1990s. He is co-host of the DFSDudes and CFF: On Campus PodCasts. He truly is The Gridiron Scholar.