This article is part of our College Football Draft Kit series.
The 2019 season is fast approaching, so we're rolling out our position-by-position previews to get you acclimated with the game's top players and help you dominate your drafts. First up is quarterback, where D'Eriq King headlines a loaded position group. Behind King is an eclectic mix of established studs like Tua Tagovailoa and Nathan Rourke, joined by some ascending young talents like Ohio State's Justin Fields and Nebraska's Adrian Martinez.
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Editor's Note: The following article also appears in Rotowire's annual Fantasy Football Magazine, coming to newsstands in July of 2019.
1.D'Eriq King / Houston / Senior
On a per-game basis, no quarterback was more prolific than King in 2018. Not Kyler Murray, not Dwayne Haskins, not Tua Tagovailoa. King is the total package. A converted receiver, King uses his athleticism as a devastating rusher, as evidenced by his 674 yards and 14 scores on the ground. But he's also polished as a passer (36:6 TD:INT) and his passing could reach a new level with Dana Holgorsen installing his spread offense. King has all the physical tools, along with the system and supporting cast, to repeat as college fantasy's top asset.
2. Nathan Rourke / Ohio / Senior
Rourke proved last year that his breakout 2017 was no fluke, accounting for 38 total touchdowns for the second season in a row while