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 in the coming weeks to get you familiar with some of the top players in the college fantasy football landscape. This installment focuses on wide receivers, which happens to be an extremely deep pool this season. David Sills heads into the year as the defending touchdown champion and he could be due for even more production this season in his second year playing alongside Will Grier. Players like Ole Miss' A.J. Brown, Buffalo's Anthony Johnson, and others will all be trying to stake their claim as the top fantasy receiver in 2018.
David Sills WEST VIRGINIA
Fun fact: David Sills committed to play quarterback at USC when he was 13. Another fun fact: He caught 18 touchdowns last year. Most fun fact: He's back for more. The Sills-Will Grier duo is the best WR-QB tandem in the nation, and they could be even better this year. Sills (6-4, 203) alone is a matchup nightmare for porous Big 12 defenses, but having a surgical quarterback running a ruthlessly efficient offense makes him all the more dangerous. He's a very real threat to lead the nation in touchdown receptions once again and become the top overall WR in 2018.
A.J. Brown MISSISSIPPI
Brown isn't just an elite fantasy option, he's also the best receiving prospect