Fantasy Football: Pac-12 sleepers to target in college drafts

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Oct 4, 2014; Boulder, CO, USA; Colorado Buffaloes wide receiver Nelson Spruce (22) reacts after dropping a pass in the first quarter against the Oregon State Beavers at Folsom Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Fantasy football is generally reserved for the professionals, but there are some hardcore Pac-12 fans are getting ready for their draft and in dire need of some knowledge.

With people gearing up for their fantasy drafts, in both the NFL and NCAAF, it is time to look at some players who will burst onto the national scene. First though, it can be hard to find college football fantasy league sites, so here are a few.

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Draftkings, of course, has some college football fantasy games, but if you are looking for a regular, Yahoo style league it can be a little but hard to find. CBSSports seems to have shut their NCAAF league down and Yahoo does not offer college fantasy football. However, I did find this site, called Fantrax with a free league with an available upgrade to a more powerful interface. I might give it a shot.

A fellow reader also suggested, which offers a slightly different spin on fantasy. This site lets you pick teams, rather than individual players. That sounds a little different, and while this article will not be all that helpful if you choose that route, I still thought it was a neat idea. If you know of any other good fantasy sites for college football, be sure to post in the comments.

With that done, here we go, diving into some Pac-12 players destined for fantasy greatness this season. I have chosen one quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end that you must draft if you want to win your league.

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