This article is part of our College Football Draft Kit series.
College football season is right around the corner and we're rolling out our positional previews here at RotoWire. We kick things off at quarterback, where we're spoiled with a deep group of elite talent headlined by Liberty's Malik Willis. The Auburn transfer made a name for himself in 2020, averaging the most fantasy points per game among quarterbacks who played at least 10 games. He is often the first quarterback taken in drafts and sometimes goes first overall. However, the position is loaded behind Willis and our staff has the breakdown for the other top quarterbacks in the college football landscape.
1.) Malik Willis, Liberty
No quarterback who played a full season in 2020 averaged more fantasy points per game than Willis. He's not only a gifted passer who completed 64.2 percent of his passes at 8.5 YPA, but he can take games over with his legs, having rushed 141 times for 944 yards and 14 scores. Willis has the best fantasy skill set of any quarterback in the country and gets the added bonus of playing an extremely soft schedule. He is a slam-dunk pick at 1.1 who will be near the top of the leaderboard in fantasy production every single week. No need to overthink him. -John McKechnie
2.) Matt Corral, Mississippi
Entering 2020 it was unclear if it would be Corral or John Rhys Plumlee at the helm of the Lane Kiffin offense. Well, 3,337 passing yards, 506 rushing yards and 33 total touchdowns