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 broke down the quarterback landscape earlier and will keep things rolling with the running backs today. There isn't a Saquon Barkley-level talent this year, but there are plenty of familiar names back in the fold with astronomical expectations, such as Stanford's Bryce Love. Leading the way is Florida Atlantic's Devin Singletary, who scored more touchdowns from scrimmage than 23 FBS teams in 201 and shows little signs of slowing down in 2018.
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Devin Singletary FAU
Focal point of one of the best offenses in the nation: Check. Going up against awful defenses every week: Check. Singletary's talent mixed with those factors make him a force to be reckoned with. He ripped off 1,920 yards and 32 rushing scores – numbers that haven't been put up since Montee Ball's Wisconsin days in 2011. It'll obviously be tough to top his historic 2017, but Singletary's role is ironclad and his nose for the end zone is unmatched. FAU's improved quarterback situation might lead to a more balanced offense, but Singletary is still RB1.
Jonathon Taylor WISCONSIN
Coming off a stellar freshman campaign in which he emerged from the pack to rush for 1,977 yards, breaking Adrian Peterson's freshman rushing record,