Imagine Matt Barkley (USC), Marcus Lattimore (South Carolina), De'Anthony Thomas (Oregon) and Sammy Watkins (Clemson) on the same team.
Fantasy football has gripped the imagination of our 30-something population like a hit tune. Just about every office space, teacher's lounge, plant lunchroom and corporate cafeteria is buzzing about fantasy team draft picks as the start of the NFL football season is less than a week away.
So, why not an NCAA fantasy football league? College football has already started this Labor Day weekend with 122 FBS teams, but the 2012 season will not be taken into account.
Let's get started.
Using a common format required for a starting lineup, here's one team:
Quarterback: Geno Smith (West Virginia)
Running Backs: Joseph Randle (Oklahoma State) and Rex Burkhead (Nebraska)
Wide Receivers: Keenan Allen (California) and Devin Street (Pittsburgh)
Flex RB/WR: Robert Woods (USC)
Tight End: Jordan Najvar (Baylor)
Placekicker: Chris Boswell (Rice)
Team Defense: Georgia
Of course, for entertainment purposes only, who would be on your fantasy roster?
The following slideshow lists the top 10 draft picks by position with help from ESPN's Blue Ribbon Yearbook Conference Predictions.