College Fantasy Football Preview: AAC RBs and TEs

Wes Huber continues a conference-by-conference fantasy preview of FBS teams with the running backs and tight ends of the American Athletic Conference detailing their expected DFS, devy, and fantasy value.

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College Fantasy Football Preview: AAC RBs and TEs

American Athletic Conference

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The amazing team at Pro Football Focus strives to furnish statistical analysis to subscribers to provide a competitive advantage over opponents. Whereas NFL fantasy football has been examined and evaluated by the capable hands of PFFF, recently the team has decided to extend that same level of conjecture to the college football offering. The continuing situation that plagues college fantasy football participation is the lack of available information concerning player opportunity, injury, discipline, and availability.

In order to meet the high customer standard of expectations, utilizing College Football Focus‘ exclusive grading and signature statistics, each FBS conference will be broken down to pinpoint the key players that have the opportunity to impact the DFS, redraft, and devy arenas. To aid in the preparation for the numerous possible lineup scenarios, each-and-every FBS team will be dismantled in order to discover answers to these elusive inquiries.

We will continue the examination of the American Athletic Conference (AAC) with the running backs and tight ends, listed alphabetically by school.


Running Backs:

RB Mike Boone – UC Bearcats

The 2014 season witnessed the emergence of numerous impact freshman running backs and the Bearcats were one of the teams fortunate enough to field a phenom of their own. Following early season injuries to Hosey Williams and Tion Green, HC Tommy Tuberville made a Week 7 decision to burn Boone’s redshirt. Two weeks later against USF, the Floridian exploded for 212 yards and justified the coaching staffs decision.

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Wes is an analyst and fantasy correspondent at Pro Football Focus. He's been with the company since 2014, and his work has been featured on DraftKings Playbook and FantasyPros.

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