A few weeks ago, we took a look at some of Athlon's fantasy college football rankings and where Ray Graham stacked up. This time around, CBS Sports has some insight on Graham, calling him one of the nation's biggest sleepers.
Graham was among the best backs in the land last season before tearing his ACL on Oct. 26 against Connecticut. It remains to be seen whether Graham will be fully healthy come Pitt's first contest, but the 5-9, 195-pounder has the potential to be an extremely productive back once again. He rushed for 958 yards and nine touchdowns in just eight games before the injury. Graham has also proven capable of catching passes out of the backfield, with 30 receptions over that span in 2011 as well. All in all, Graham could be worth the risk, even if he is working his way back to health during the first couple of games of the season.
I can't offer much in the way of fantasy college football analysis because it's just not my thing. I did it once and hated it because trying to keep up with players on over 100 teams is a bit ridiculous. But if Graham if Graham does anything similar to what he did at the start of last season, he should have a bit of value.