Whether you’re a big-time college fantasy football addict or just a casual player, it’s time to start thinking about your college fantasy football draft! One of the key positions is wide receiver. Even talented wideouts rely on their quarterbacks and offensive schemes to be successful, so there’s a lot of work that goes into finding which WR will actually have the best season. Thankfully, CFBDynasty did that work for you! Their WR rankings for the 2021 CFB season just dropped, and they’re proving SN readers with a sneak preview of the top 50.

Topping the receiver list is Purdue’s David Bell. The future NFL star might not grab your attention with his numbers from 2020, but with a solid 6-2, 205-pound frame and a reliable quarterback in Austin Burton, Bell is set to have a big-time breakout this season. He has tremendous upside on a pass-first offense and will no doubt get an opportunity to show the CFB world his full skillset.

This year’s list sees the SEC with nine top-50 wideouts, followed by the Big Ten with eight. The Big 12 is often thought of as an air-raid, high passing-volume league, so it might surprise you it only has four WRs among the top 50. Turns out, these “spread” offenses spread the ball around, which makes more WRs valuable overall but not necessarily the top guys to target.

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2021 College Fantasy Football WR Rankings

RankPlayerTeamYrConf
1David BellPurdJrB10
2Reggie Roberson, Jr.SMUSrAAC
3Kayshon BoutteLSUSoSEC
4Romeo DoubsNevSrMWC
5Khalil ShakirBoiseSrMWC
6Calvin Austin IIIMemJrAAC
7Corey RuckerArkStSoSBELT
8Marvin MimsOklaSoB12
9Drake LondonUSCJrP12
10Jaylon RobinsonUCFSoAAC
11Treylon BurksArkJrSEC
12John Metchie IIIAlaJrSEC
13Justyn RossClemJrACC
14Jahan DotsonPSUJrB10
15Chris OlaveOHStJrB10
16Travell HarrisWaStSrP12
17Garrett WilsonOHStJrB10
18Jaivon HeilighCoCarSrSBELT
19Jyaire ShorterNorTxSoCUSA
20Zay FlowersBCJrACC
21Jaquarii RobersonWakeJrACC
22Justin HallBallSrMAC
23Ty FryfogleIndSrB10
24Jalen CropperFresSoMWC
25Dontario DrummondMissSrSEC
26Bru McCoyUSCSoP12
27Jordan AddisonPittSoACC
28Jaylen HallWestMIJrMAC
29Jalen TolbertSoAlJrSBELT
30Kalil PimpletonC MiJrMAC
31Joshua MooreTexJrB12
32Jadon HaselwoodOklaSoB12
33Jermaine BurtonUGASoSEC
34Milton WrightPurdJrB10
35Bo MeltonRutSrB10
36Josh DownsUNCSoACC
37Skyy MooreWestMISoMAC
38Mike HarleyMiaFLSrACC
39Chris Autman-BellMinnSrB10
40Yo’Heinz TylerBallSrMAC
41Joseph NgataClemJrACC
42Tyler SneadECUSoAAC
43Braylon SandersMissSrSEC
44Jaden WalleyMisStSoSEC
45Andrew ParchmentFlaStSrACC
46Ainias SmithTxAMJrSEC
47Danny GraySMUJrAAC
48Tyrice RichieNIUSrMAC
49Elijah CanionAubSoSEC
50Xavier HutchinsonIAStSrB12





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