This article will look at some of the freshmen who are most likely to make a fantasy impact in college football, be it this year or in the upcoming seasons. Redshirts, injuries, suspensions, transfers and other complications figure to whittle down the list over time, but for now, these are some of the best bets to make noticeable box score impacts in the next couple years.
Kyle Allen, Texas A&M
Texas A&M possesses a simply absurd abundance of quarterback talent, with Allen, Kenny Hill and 2015 No. 1 quarterback recruit Kyler Murray all eying the school's starting role over the next couple years. Allen is the consensus No. 1 quarterback recruit of 2014, meanwhile, and enrolled early at A&M to get a head start in the competition with Hill, an elite recruit from 2013.
The general narrative states that Allen will start over Hill in 2014, in which case he'd probably make an immediate fantasy impact in an Aggies offense overflowing with t You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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