Bryant Koback
Running BackRB
2021 Fantasy Outlook
Koback is an interesting buy-low candidate as he’s coming off his worst season in terms of efficiency (4.24 YPC) but he also averaged a career-high in carries (20.5 ATT/G) and showed pass-catching ability that he hadn’t previously. He caught 24 of 31 targets for 228 yards and two touchdowns after catching just 12 passes for 92 yards in his previous two years. If that pass-catching role and 51 percent rushing share carry over to 2021, Koback has the chance to be a huge steal in drafts where he falls based off of one season of diminished efficiency. Read Past Outlooks
Tops 120 rushing yards vs. CMU
December 12, 2020
Koback had 24 carries for 123 yards, along with five catches for 44 yards and a touchdown, against Central Michigan.
ANALYSIS
Koback has evolved as a pass catcher this year, with at least four catches in four of six regular season games. If Toledo goes to a bowl, he'll get one more shot in 2020.
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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Bryant Koback
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Jeff Edgerton breaks down Wednesday's three-game MACtion slate where Ball State's Caleb Huntley could be a major difference-maker given his workload and favorable matchup against Northern Illinois.
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219 days ago
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College Football DFS: Wednesday MACtion
226 days ago
Jeff Edgerton offers his read on the MAC's opening night slate, where Toledo's Bryant Koback profiles as a top running back play thanks to his talent and a favorable matchup against Bowling Green.
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228 days ago
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November 20, 2019
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
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2020
Koback entered the year buried on the depth chart but managed to work his way into a lead role over some more experienced players and took advantage of the opportunity. His 14 rushing touchdowns tied for second among MAC running backs and his 5.99 YPC ranked fifth in the conference. Art Thompkins is gone, which leaves one less roadblock for Koback to contend with for carries. Koback will cede work to Shakif Seymour but is still expected to have the starting job for a Toledo offense that stands to be one of the best in the conference and perhaps the nation.
Koback is the lead dog in a dangerous Toledo rushing attack that also features Shakif Seymour. The 6-0, 205-pound Koback burst onto the scene as a freshman in 2018 with 14 rushing touchdowns and he backed it up in 2019 with 1,187 yards and 12 rushing scores. Though Seymour will still command plenty of carries, Koback has a very real chance at providing 200 carries worth of high-efficiency touches as he's averaged 6.0 YPC over 348 career totes. His lone drawback is his lack ofreceiving production (10 career receptions), but that can be overlooked when Koback is finding the end zone and racking up yardage at exceptional rates.
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Finds end zone vs. NIU
December 5, 2020
Koback had 17 carries for 65 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Northern Illinois.
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Tops 90 total yards vs. Ball State
November 28, 2020
Koback had 13 carries for 33 yards with seven catches for 59 yards Saturday against Ball State.
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Nears 150 rushing yards vs. EMU
November 19, 2020
Koback had 24 carries for 149 yards and a touchdown, with one catch for 14 yards, Wednesday night against Eastern Michigan.
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Becoming force in the passing game
November 16, 2020
After registering 12 catches for 92 yards over his first two seasons, Koback has 11 receptions for 111 yards through two games this year.
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Scores twice vs. Western Michigan
November 12, 2020
Koback had 24 carries for 78 yards and two touchdowns, along with seven receptions for 61 yards, Wednesday night against Western Michigan.
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