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Gary R Davenport

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The ?Underwear Olympics? is almost here. On February 28, 330 of college football's best and brightest will descend on Lucas Oil Stadium for the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine. There will be tests and interviews and drills galore – drills that will help determine the pecking order for the 2017 NFL draft. And with it the pecking order for this year's rookie crop in fantasy football drafts this summer. At quarterback, there's a three-way race to be the first signal-caller off the board this year. But do North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky, Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer or Clemson's Deshaun Watson have what it takes to be the rare quarterback who makes a fantasy dent in Year 1? The running backs are always the focus of lots of fantasy attention, and this year is no different. Can LSU's Leonard Fournette, or Florida State's Dalvin Cook come close to the immense success Ezekiel Elliott enjoyed last season? At wide receiver, it's another deep class, but one with no clear-cut No. 1. Is Clemson's Mike Williams the top dog, or is Western Michigan's Corey Davis or John Ross of Washington ?the guy? in 2017? And that's without even mentioning the tight ends, let alone the defensive side of the ball. Whether it's high-end stars, sleepers or busts in the making, join the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy gang on Thursday, February 23 at 7 PM Eastern as they break down the next group of NFL (and fantasy) stars in the making. Come on in – the water's FINE! Call-In Number: (347)826-9620
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