The Pinnacle of Devy is an extremely deep, Devy-focused brainchild of Shane Hallam, contributor at FakePigskin.com, draftsite.com & SteelCityInsider.net. To find out more about this league format, and to learn some of the nuances of this truly unique league, check out Shane’s video over on YouTube. This initial draft is 100 rounds, Devy only, includes offensive and defensive players, and can include any high school or college football players. After this draft concludes, there will be an “NFL Rookie and Veteran Only” draft to build the rosters, and this league will be treated in a best-ball format since the focus is on Devy and not so much in-season roster management.

Pinnacle of Devy – The Owners & Draft Order

  1. Ben Rolfe – Head of NFL & Fantasy Content with TheTouchdown.co.uk, Editor and Writer for ProFootballNetwork.com
  2. Bruce Matson – Senior Writer, Ranker and Scout for DynastyLeagueFootball.com
  3. Kane Fossell & Caleb Pierson – Both Devy writers for DynastyLeagueFootball.com
  4. Jason DiRienzo – College/High School Football Evaluator for DevyWatch.com
  5. Shane Hallam – Dynasty & Devy Analyst for FakePigskin.com, NFL Draft Analyst for DraftSite.com and SteelCityInsider.net
  6. Chris Stoops – Co-Host of the Devy Delight, contributor with Dynasty Nerds Film Room
  7. Rob Willette – Senior Writer for DynastyLeagueFootball.com
  8. Adam Lewis – Contributor for BreakoutFinder.com
  9. Joe Redemann – Writer for numberFire.com, ProFootballNetwork.com and DraftDayConsultants.com
  10. Brad Menendez – Senior Team member here at RotoHeat.com, IDP and Devy Live Stream Host on YouTube and Video Creator.
  11. Luke Giesbrecht – Contributor to the Dynasty101.com and Rookie Digest
  12. Travis May – Devy writer for RotoViz.com, Staff Writer for Dynasty Command Center and Titans coverage for MusicCityMiracles.com

Pinnacle of Devy – The Draft Picks So Far

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EVANSTON, ILLINOIS – NOVEMBER 23: Rashod Bateman #13 of the Minnesota Golden Gophers makes a catch for a touchdown in front of Travis Whillock #7 of the Northwestern Wildcats during the first quarter at Ryan Field on November 23, 2019 in Evanston, Illinois. (Photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images)

Round 1
1. Trevor Lawrence – QB Clemson
2. Rashod Bateman – WR Minnesota
3. Justin Fields – QB Ohio State
4. Ja’Marr Chase – WR LSU
5. Travis Etienne – RB Clemson
6. Chuba Hubbard – RB Oklahoma State
7. Rondale Moore – WR Purdue
8. Najee Harris – RB Alabama
9. DeVonta Smith – WR Alabama
10. Jaylen Waddle – WR Alabama
11. George Pickens – WR Georgia
12. Sam Howell – QB North Carolina

What I learned in the first few rounds of this initial draft is that the Devy players ranked here on RotoHeat.com are basically the consensus across the fantasy/scouting landscape. As much as I was nervous as I typed the name of my first choice, we were are all on the same page in terms of the values of these Devy prospects. You can argue that Fields should be #2 instead of #3, but it’s splitting hairs, and in Devy anything is possible; just because someone looks amazing in college does not mean anything once they get to the pros.

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BOULDER, CO – OCTOBER 25: Kedon Slovis #9 of the USC Trojans passes against the Colorado Buffaloes in the second quarter of a game at Folsom Field on October 25, 2019 in Boulder, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

Round 2
1. Kedon Slovis – QB USC
2. Spencer Rattler – QB Oklahoma
3. Trey Lance – QB North Dakota State
4. Brock Purdy – QB Iowa State
5. Tamorrion Terry – WR Florida State
6. Max Borghi – RB Washington State
7. Amon-Ra St. Brown – WR USC
8. Bryce Young – QB Alabama
9. Breece Hall – RB Iowa State
10. Garrett Wilson – WR Ohio State
11. Seth Williams – WR Auburn
12. Zamir White – RB Georgia

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SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – JANUARY 04: Bijan Robinson #6 of the West team stands in the tunnel before the game against the East team during the All-American Game held at the Alamodome on January 04, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images)

Round 3
1. Bijan Robinson – RB Texas
2. Journey Brown – RB Penn State
3. Kenneth Gainwell – RB Memphis
4. David Bell – WR Purdue
5. Jayden Daniels – QB Arizona State
6. Kyle Trask – QB Florida
7. Isaiah Spiller – RB Texas A&M
8. Joe Ngata – WR Clemson
9. DJ Uiagalelei – QB Clemson
10. Kylin Hill – RB Mississippi State
11. Chris Olave – WR Ohio State
12. Tylan Wallace – WR Oklahoma State

The first three rounds have plenty of names that you’ll hear regularly come Saturdays this Fall, and all are playmakers and young, budding superstars in the making. As we go deeper into this draft, it will begin to test the depth of knowledge of all the owners involved, and in the end time will tell if any of us made good decisions!

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