The appeal of playing dynasty fantasy football is that you never fully stop building your rosters. There is always time to make moves to either help build a contender or rebuild your struggling roster. Now that the 2022 class has come and gone, it's time to start looking ahead to the 2023 class. This season, we will provide fantasy managers with a top-36 big board that will be updated weekly to reflect the top 36 draft-eligible players in college football. The hope is that this big board will give you actual names and value to any draft picks you are trying to trade or acquire.
QB C.J. Stroud (Jr – Ohio State): 6-foot-3, 218 lbs
After many called a down game against Notre Dame, C.J. Stroud came out firing against Arkansas State. Without his best receiver Jaxon-Smith Njigba, Stroud still threw for 351 yards and four touchdowns in a 45-12 victory over Arkansas State. His tools were on full display Saturday, and he is still clearly in the top quarterback discussion.
QB Jaren Hall (Jr - BYU): 6-foot-1, 205 lbs
Jaren Hall is a player that we need to start considering as a legitimate quarterback prospect in this 2023 class. He led the Cougars to a win over #9 ranked Baylor without his two best offensive weapons. He threw for 261 yards and one touchdown in the overtime win and has improved his mechanics since last year. While he still has a lot to prove, Hall needed to be added to the big board in a quarterback class with many questions after the top two.
WR Cedric Tillman (RS Sr - Tennessee): 6-foot-3, 215 lbs
Cedric had his best game of the season in week two, catching nine balls for 162 yards and a touchdown. The senior wide receiver needed a big day to help improve his draft stock, and he did just that. Tennessee has one more game until they get into the heart of the SEC schedule. That’s when we will find out how much Tillman’s value will improve this season.
WR A.T. Perry (Jr - Wake Forest): 6-foot-5, 205 lbs
The return of quarterback Sam Hartman was a blessing for A.T. Perry, who was in danger of falling off this list with another sub-par performance. Instead, the junior receiver had five catches for 142 yards and a touchdown. His big play ability was on full display during his 68-yard touchdown catch, and with Hartman back, the sky is the limit for him this season.
2023 Draft Pick Values
With the NFL season starting, dynasty leagues are increasingly active, which means more trades are undoubtedly occurring. The whole point of this big board each week is to help you identify where the talent in the current class is and start identifying target areas and tiers to trade for. It’s also important to understand market values and what 2023 picks cost in the dynasty market. Below you will find players who are currently being moved for 2023 1sts.
- TE Arik Gilbert (Jr – Georgia): 6-foot-6, 265 lbs
- TE Sam LaPorta (Sr - Iowa): 6-foot-4, 249 lbs
- WR Jaylon Robinson (Sr - Ole Miss): 5-foot-9, 180 lbs
- QB Hendon Hooker (Sr - Tennessee): 6-foot-4, 218 lbs
- QB Tanner McKee (Jr - Stanford): 6-foot-6, 226 lbs
- WR Nathaniel Dell (Jr - Houston): 5-foot-10, 165 lbs
- TE Jaheim Bell (Jr - South Carolina): 6-foot-3, 232 lbs
- RB Tavion Thomas (Jr - Utah): 6-foot-2, 238 lbs
- WR Traeshon Holden (Jr - Alabama): 6-foot-3, 214 lbs
- RB Miyan Williams (Jr - Ohio State): 5-foot-9, 225 lbs
- WR Tayvion Robinson (Sr - Kentucky): 5-foot-11, 187 lbs
- WR Nikko Remigio (Sr - Fresno State): 5-foot-11, 185 lbs
- WR Javon Baker (Jr - UCF): 6-foot-1, 208 lbs
- WR Jacob Copeland (Jr - Maryland): 6-foot-0, 202 lbs
- WR Chris Autman-Bell (Sr - Minnesota): 6-foot-1, 210 lbs
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