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Devy Stock Watch Week 6

Week 6 saw multiple RB’s and a TE truly separate themselves and it shows in the stock watch. @SportsfanaticMB shows you the changes in another big week of College football.

Week 6 of the college season is in the books. We have seen more turmoil as top teams lose. Covid continues to strike teams down, causing more postponed games and players missing time. Even with top teams losing or struggling, we still see the top players coming through. You can always find a table at the bottom of the article with how the players in this article have moved. Let’s take a look at how the week six games affected values for players moving forward.

Stock Up

Travis Etienne- RB, Clemson

www.postandcourier.com
  • Height- 5’10
  • Weight- 210
  • Class- Senior
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

I have to admit I’ve been a bit wrong on Etienne. He’s an explosive runner and can hit a gear that only elite running backs can hit. My biggest issue coming into the season was that he struggled against top tier defenses. While Miami (FL) may not be a top 10 defense, they are still more than serviceable. Etienne was impressive, not only running the ball but catching as well. He isn’t moving up extremely high for me as he was already top three at his position, but he has now firmly moved to two in a virtual tie with Najee Harris.

Tank Bigsby- RB, Auburn

www.al.com
  • Height- 6’0
  • Weight- 204
  • Class- Freshman
  • Draft Eligible- 2023

Tank Bigsby hasn’t only been one of the most impressive freshmen running backs but one of the most impressive running backs in college. His size and speed combo are what you look for in an NFL running back. He’s already shown impressive vision and the ability to make defenders miss or run over them. Tank has moved himself to the top running back in the 2023 class.

Kendall Milton- RB, Georgia

www.dawgpost.com
  • Height- 6’1
  • Weight- 220
  • Class- Freshman
  • Draft Eligible- 2023

Kendall Milton has been impressive so far in this young season. Zamir White is the established starter for Georgia, and unless he gets injured will get the run every game. Milton has looked explosive when given a chance and has already proven he will be a force for Georgia moving forward. Milton was ranked as the 7th running back in the 2023 freshman class, although right now, he comes in as my second running back for the 2023 class.

Re’Mahn Davis- RB, Temple

www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com
  • Height- 5’9
  • Weight- 210
  • Class- Sophomore
  • Draft Eligible- 2022

Re’Mahn Davis had a phenomenal freshman year, and without his ankle injury, he could have had an all-time great season for Temple. Picking up right where he left off last year. Davis has a tough physical runner who had great vision and burst. He is moving his way up my 2022 running back ranks. You can hear my interview with Re’Mahn from earlier this year here.

Terrace Marshall- WR, LSU

www.shreveporttimes.com
  • Height- 6’3
  • Weight- 200
  • Class- Junior
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

While LSU looks like a completely different team on offense and defense, Marshall has been the best part of this offense. Incredible hands and deceptive in his routes to create space and get open. Marshall has been producing so far, and if that continues, he could start moving his way into high-end draft capital.

Kyle Pitts- TE, Florida

www.gatorcountry.com
  • Height- 6’6
  • Weight- 240
  • Class- Junior
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

Kyle Pitts has been absolutely dominant this season. He already has seven touchdowns on just 17 receptions in his first three games. While he won’t get a chance to play this weekend, Pitts has moved into the top tight end in 2021 and moves up the overall ranks. Pitts has secured himself as the top tight end, and a top NFL draft pick as well.

Holding Stock

Myles Brennan- QB, LSU

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  • Height- 6’4
  • Weight- 210
  • Class- Junior
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

Myles Brennan has been impressive even though LSU hasn’t been. Brennan has made some impressive throws and even in tough games has stayed in the pocket taken a beating. He’s continued to impress me with his toughness and arm strength. He did injure his shoulder in the last game, and we aren’t sure when he will be back again as this week has been postponed. All that being said, he’s still moved up in my ranks.

Eric Gray- RB, Tennessee

(AP Photo/Wade Payne)
  • Height- 5’10
  • Weight- 205
  • Class- Sophomore
  • Draft Eligible- 2022

Eric Gray came into the 2020 season with hope and promise after his breakout toward the end of last season. Gray and Tennessee have both struggled to get going this season offensively. If you don’t just look at the box score and put on his tape, he’s still making impressive runs. Gray still has the ability to be one of if not the top back in the 2022 class, don’t give up on him yet.

Stock Down

Spencer Rattler- QB, Oklahoma

tulsaworld.com
  • Height- 6’1
  • Weight- 205
  • Class- Rs-Freshman
  • Draft Eligible- 2022

Spencer Rattler had the world buzzing after his week one performance. However, after two weeks of freshman mistakes made it seem like he wasn’t quite as good as we had hoped. He struggled some against Texas to a point where he got benched for a bit before starting again. Rattler still makes impressive throws and has some of the best arm talents in all of college football. We would be smart to remember he’s still a redshirt freshman who has only started four games. He still is a top quarterback in the 2022 class, and we should give him time to develop. That being said, he’s dropped down some from my quarterback two in 2022 to quarterback four.

K.J. Costell- QB Mississippi State

www.cbssports.com
  • Height- 6’5
  • Weight- 225
  • Class- Senior
  • Draft Eligible- 2021

There may not have been a bigger fall from grace this season than that of K.J. Costello. After a record-breaking Week 1 when he set the SEC record for passing yards in a game, Costello has not looked the same. Throwing three interceptions and just one touchdown in Week 2, followed by a four-interception game when he got benched at half time. Costello is going to have to be almost flawless to bring his stock back up. Costello has dropped down to QB10 for me in the 2021 class.

NameTeamPositionTrendSpots
Travis EtienneClemsonRBUp1
Tank BigsbyAuburnRBUp4
Kendall MiltonGeorgiaRBUp5
Re’Mahn DavisTempleRBUp3
Terrace MarshallLSUWRUp3
Kyle PittsFloridaTEUp2
Myles BrennanLSUQBUp3
Eric GrayTennesseeRBHold
Spencer RattlerOklahomaQBDown3
K.J. CostelloMississippi StateQBDown7
These are the stock changes for each of these players at their specific positions.

This concludes my devy stock watch for week six of the college football season. Continue to check back every week as we will continue to watch the stock trends of devy players moving throughout the year. You can follow me on twitter for all of my devy content @SportsfanaticMB. You can also check me out on my podcast, the Fantasy Football Roundtable.

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