There is a growing movement in the Dynasty community toward “devy” players. The term “devy” refers to developmental players carried on the dynasty league rosters. These devy players are usually college players but can even be high school athletes. Each week of the offseason and season, we looked at a different set of devy rankings.
As we survey devy prospects, we examine traits, abilities, and skill sets that will translate to the NFL. This week, we will look at the top 10 devy quarterbacks eligible for the 2020 NFL Draft. We value the players who will contribute at the professional level higher than the younger players.
10. N’Kosi Perry (Miami) – The slender quarterback (6-foot-4, 178 pounds) was ESPN’s third-rated dual-threat quarterback in the 2017 recruiting class. He took over the starting job from Malik Rosier after being suspended for the opener, a loss to LSU, for violating team rules. By all indications, the incident is behind Perry. He led the Hurricanes to a lopsided win over North Carolina a week ago and instate-rival Florida State Saturday. Perry led the comeback against the Seminoles with four touchdown passes. For the young season, Perry has passed for 646 yards and 11 touchdowns to go with only 3 interceptions. He should only get better and the Miami offense is stacked with weapons. Coach Mark Richt has done an outstanding job recruiting and restocking the shelves for the once-elite football powerhouse.
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