When The Devy Breaks: The Debut of Cam Akers?
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Last year I penned a column called CFB Chronicles. I profiled standout performances from a 2017 draft prospect while adding historical context to the stats. The goal was to get a jump on the rookie evaluation process. This year I’ll be taking a similar approach with a slight tweak. I’ll be expanding the prospect pool to include 2019 and 2020 prospects along with the upcoming 2018 class. Developmental dynasty leagues — or devy for short — allow owners to roster current college players years in advance of them entering the NFL. This format allows sharp, informed fantasy owners to identify rookie draft values years before more casual owners. This depth of knowledge can be invaluable come time for rookie drafts. If you’re just not that into the idea of devy, that’s perfectly okay. This weekly series will provide plenty of information on the upcoming 2018 draft class as well. For even more dynasty/devy content, make sure to check out the RotoViz Radio College Football Show that I host with Kyle Pollock. Let’s get started with a review of last weekend’s action.