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Devy Stock Watch Week 12

We are approaching College Championships and Bowl season. What players in devy are continuing to stand out. @SportsfanaticMB is back with your weekly stock watch.

Week 12 came and went and has moved us closer to the end of the College Football season. With only a few games left in each conference, we are getting closer to Championship weekend and bowl season. As we approach this time, it’s also time to start looking toward the NFL draft, especially if you are currently out of your playoff race. Here are the prospects who are moving up and down on the devy stock market this week.

Stock Up

Grant Gunnell- QB, Arizona

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  • Height- 6’6
  • Weight- 228
  • Class- Sophomore
  • Draft Eligible- 2022

Grant Gunnell has continued to look impressive so far to kick off the season. One of the quarterbacks in the 2022 class that isn’t getting enough talk due to the perceived value at the top of the class. Gunnell has the arm talent and size to be an NFL quarterback, and his biggest knock has been reading the field. He has been slightly improving, and I hope he’ll continue to do so. Gunnell has shown he has the ceiling of the top quarterbacks in this class.

Jermar Jefferson- RB, Oregon State

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  • Height- 5’10
  • Weight- 217
  • Class- Junior
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

Jermar Jefferson is one of the more underrated running backs in this class. He had a breakout freshman year securing a great breakout age of 18 and finishing 9th in rushing with 1,374 yards. Last year he dealt with an ankle injury and had to split time with another running back. Coming into 2020, I was curious as to how good he would look? Well, that question has been answered. He looks better than he did his freshman season. Averaging 149 yards per game rushing. He is also averaging five avoided tackles a game, which would be good for 15th in college right now. He has shown more burst and speed than he had his freshman year as well. If he continues to add in the receiving game, Jefferson should be a running back worth rostering come rookie drafts in 2021.

Drake London- WR, USC

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  • Height- 6’5
  • Weight- 210
  • Class- Sophomore
  • Draft Eligible- 2022

Drake London started to impress last year when making great acrobatic catches. This year, with veterans Amon-Ra St. Brown and Tyler Vaughns over him on the depth chart, we weren’t sure how much we would see him. Well, he has started all three of USC’s games so far this season and has been tremendous. Even while starting, he’ll likely be the third option at times. However, with having an early breakout soaking up the vacated production from Michael Pittman Jr., he should be primed for a huge season next year and is moving up my ranks for wide receiver in the 2022 class.

Kenny Yeboah- TE, Ole Miss

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  • Height- 6’4
  • Weight- 240
  • Class- Rs-Senior
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

Kenny Yeboah, a former Temple Owl, is having a great year with Ole Miss. He has been used in-line as a blocker, as a wide receiver, and even in the backfield in some formations. He’s not overly elusive but can make defenders miss with his explosiveness. He uses his body well to shield defenders in contested catch situations. Yeboah is moving into the top of tier two conversation and looks to be securing himself some serious draft buzz.

Hold Stock

JT Daniels- QB, Georgia

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  • Height- 6’3
  • Weight- 210
  • Class- Rs-Sophomore
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

JT Daniels finally got his first start with Georgia after transferring from USC. In his first game, he reminded us just how good he was with USC before his injury. While we may never get the exact reason why he wasn’t started up until this point, if he continues to play this way, he isn’t giving the job back this season. Daniels play helps increase the stock of all around him, wide receivers George Pickens and Jermaine Burton, and even likely running back Zamir White as defenses have to respect the passing game now. Daniels showed us how good he could be, so I would hold his stock unless you can sell high on him.

Stock Down

Week 12 brought us many good games and didn’t bring much in the line of players’ bad games. So for week 12, we did not see any player’s stock decrease.

Name PositionClassSchoolTrendSpotsRank
Grant GunnellQB2022ArizonaUp2QB3
Jermar JeffersonRB2021Oregon StateUp4RB7
Drake LondonWR2022USCUp3WR4
Kenny YeboahTE2021Ole MissUp8TE5
JT DanielsQB2021GeorgiaHoldQB13
Rankings changes for these players based on their ranks in their specific position and draft class.

Lastly, I would like to say thank you and Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who reads this. Hopefully, you were able to spend the day relaxing with family and watching football, the game we all love. I’m thankful to each of you for continuing to read my articles and supporting us at Dynasty Nerds. Thank you.

This concludes my devy stock watch for week 12 of the college football season. CContinue to check back every week as we will continue to watch the stock trends of devy players moving throughout the year. For all my devy content you can follow me on twitter @SportsfanaticMB, and on my podcast the Devy Debate and Fantasy Football Roundtable.

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