Notre Dame has really had their cupboards cleaned as they have lost several offensive linemen, Jimmy Clausen, and Golden Tate to the NFL Draft.
Also they will be under new management in the form of Brian Kelly from Cincinnati. But fear not, the outlook is not entirely bleak.
Fantasy-worthy players include Michael Floyd at wide receiver, Armando Allen at tailback, and possibly a few others.
Floyd should flourish in this new offense regardless of who is the trigger man. Armando Allen should see slightly better numbers than last year as the spread will allow him to really use his speed in the seams it creates as well as help boost his already good receiving numbers.
It is possible that a tight end makes a difference but I wouldn't draft anyone.
Also keep an eye on Shaq Evan as he could really breakout in 2010.
Whoever takes over the starting job at quarterback is somebody to watch. Whether it be the incumbent Dayne Crist or one of the newcomers, this is an incredibly quarterback friendly system.
Michael Floyd—WR1 or WR2
Armando Allen—RB3 (especially in Points Per Reception leagues)
Shaq Evans—WR Sleeper
Dayne Crist—QB Sleeper