This article is part of our College Football Draft Kit series.
With the season around the corner, we'll be posting a series of position-by-position writeups this week to get you familiar with some of the top players in the college fantasy football landscape. We're kicking things off with the quarterbacks, where Khalil Tate has the honor of being the No.1 ranked fantasy signal caller in the nation. Behind Tate is an interesting mix of quarterbacks both experienced and new, with some quarterbacks taking over favorable situations and others being tasked with carrying their entire offense on their shoulders.
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1.) Khalil Tate ARIZONA
From the start of October onward, no quarterback struck fear in opposing defenses like Tate did in 2017. Tate had 26 total touchdowns over the final nine weeks of the season and racked up 1,325 rushing yards in that stretch. Now that Tate enters the year as Arizona's unquestioned leader, he'll rightfully draw plenty of Heisman buzz. New coach Kevin Sumlin's track record in developing dual-threat quarterbacks only bolsters Tate's stock heading into 2018. There's no other quarterback that can take over a game like Tate, which makes him appointment viewing every week.
2.) Kyler Murray OKLAHOMA
Murray is finally ready to get his shot after a circuitous first three years of his college football career that included a transfer from Texas A&M and a year as Baker Mayfield's backup. It's easy to forget just how talented Murray, a former five-star, is as