Ohio State Fantasy Football
Nothing is official, but it’s pretty exciting to imagine what OSU could do if both Henderson and Judkins were Buckeyes next fall.
Scary Terry has been a model of consistency despite lackluster QB play in the nation’s capital. Facing another season with another unknown at signal caller, can this former Buckeye produce solid fantasy stats again in 2023?
There are several mouths to feed in Seattle, but this is nothing new for JSN. Look for him to find immediate success in the NFL, while reminding us all of his special talent.
Wilson, the NFL’s reigning Offensive Rookie of the Year, has top-5 positional upside playing alongside a future HOF quarterback.
After missing the better part of three seasons, Thomas is looking to make a triumphant return — or any return, really — and remind the NFL universe (and fantasy football players) of his greatness.
Olave hit the ground running and put NFL defenses on notice as a rookie. Now in Year 2, he will be looking to establish himself as a WR1 in both real-life and fantasy.
The No. 2 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft will likely face an uphill battle to both real-life and fantasy relevancy, but do not be surprised if he shows great process sooner rather than later.
Fields broke out as a fantasy star last season, but has yet to approach his ceiling. Now that the former Buckeye finally has some help in Chicago, expect a big step forward.
Supremely talented and highly productive when healthy, Dobbins is looking to ball out and stay on the field in a contract year. If he achieves both, the former Buckeye has RB1 potential.
Business might be about to start BOOOOOOMing
Scary Terry has been a model of surprising consistency since entering the league in 2019. He will be looking elevate his game in 2022, with help from an improved support cast.
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After missing the better part of two seasons, Thomas is looking to make a triumphant return, and remind the NFL universe and fantasy football players of his greatness.
Is this the year Parris Campbell remains healthy and makes good on his fantasy hype?
Elliott is a beloved former Buckeye, but fans and fantasy football players should not let emotion influence their strategy when targeting him in drafts.
The former Buckeye dime dropper is a talented quarterback stuck on a bad football team. But if Fields can find a way to overcome his own franchise’s unwillingness to add offensive talent, he has the potential to become a top-notch fantasy football asset.
While supremely talented and productive when healthy, Dobbins is returning from a significant injury and finds himself in a timeshare for carries.
Samuel should have a huge role in an improved offense, and his fantasy potential is higher than ever
Scary Terry has already exceeded early expectations in the NFL. If you want your fantasy team to do the same, lock him up in the first few rounds.
Given an opportunity late in the season, Sermon took the ball and literally ran with it. Now he looks to make an impact in the NFL and fantasy football lineups.
While the outlook is bleak, Haskins is still young enough and arguably talented enough to carve out a career in the NFL.
"Can’t Guard Mike" struggled for a variety of reasons in 2020, but a healthy Thomas should once again reward fantasy owners
The former Buckeye running back has been underrated as a backfield piece for years, but was productive when last starting games.
Despite playing just nine games in his first two seasons, the former Buckeye could be a sleeper with upside in 2021.