With another season in the books, it's time to dish out CollegeFootballGeek.com's College Fantasy Football All-American Team.
QB - Robert Griffin, Baylor
The Heisman Trophy winner led his Baylor Bears to a 10-3 record. More importantly, he led many owners to their fantasy championships this fall. RG3 passed for 4,293 and boasted a stellar 37-6 touchdown-to-interception ratio. He also did plenty of damage on the ground, rushing for 710 yards and 10 scores.
For those of you who are caught up in the pre-NFL Draft comparisons between Andrew Luck and Griffin, consider this: RG3 averaged 33.77 fantasy points per game last fall while Luck averaged 23.31. Just some food for thought...
RB - Montee Ball, Wisconsin
Wisconsin is well-known for producing stud fantasy running backs over the years, but Ball took things to a new level. He rushed for 1,923 rushing yards, caught 24 balls for 304 yards, and scored an amazing 39 touchdowns. THIRTY-NINE! That incredible number ties legendary Barry Sanders for most touchdowns in a single college football season.
His 33.86 fantasy points per game is the best by a running back since I began playing college fantasy football in 1999. Of all the players on our AA team, Ball is the only one that is returning to campus in 2012.
RB - Trent Richardson, Alabama
We at CollegeFootballGeek.com always thought Trent was a more dangerous back than Mark Ingram (and that's saying something). With Ingram leaving for the NFL last year, it was Richardson's show and he took full advantage racking up 1,900 total yards from scrimmage, 32 touchdowns, and 28.23 fantasy PPG.
WR - Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
Blackmon caught 121 balls for 1,522 yards and 18 touchdowns in 2011, good for 24.85 fantasy PPG. The scary part? His numbers were down considerably from the year before when he averaged 29.5 PPG. The stud wide receiver snagged 10+ balls in six games this year and caught a least one TD in 11 of 13 games.
WR - Jordan White, Western Michigan
While Blackmon is considered to be the top wideout in the upcoming NFL draft, he was upstaged on the college fantasy stage last fall by Jordan White. The crafty WMU Bronco hauled in 140 receptions for 1,911 yards and 17 touchdowns. That equates to 28.31 fantasy PPG.
White isn't the first great fantasy wideout to hail from Western Michigan. The Packers' Greg Jennings was also a monster college fantasy producer, and has obviously gone on to do great things on Sundays.
TE - Coby Fleener, Stanford
It was a down year for college fantasy tight ends, but Fleener was probably the most consistent producer of the bunch. He became one of Andrew Luck's favorite redzone targets, snagging 10 touchdowns on the season (35 receptions for 667 yards).
There you have it, folks. The CFG All-American team. Look for plenty of new names on next year's squad as five of the six players listed above will all be playing in the NFL in 2012.
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