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Texas A M Johnson FootballThe nation really did not get to see much of our Big XII Fantasy Player of the Year until a Thanksgiving night matchup against Texas….where our honoree went head-to-head with Texas QB Colt McCoy…and fared quite well

That player, Texas A&M QB Jerrod Johnson, had a number of other great games during the season….which earned him our 2009 Fantasy College Blitz – Big XII Fantasy Player of the Year.

Johnson (photo, thanks, GoAggies.com), a junior from Humble, TX (Humble HS), lit up opponents for over 2800 yards passing and 24 passing TDs…while rushing for nearly 600 yards and 8 TDs (stats quoted are through November 21st games).

Joining Johnson on the Big XII Fantasy Team are….

Note:  Stats quoted are through November 21st games



Jerrod Johnson – Texas A&M: Led a young Aggies team to a bowl game appearance, and, could be the dominating QB in the Big XII next season.



Daniel Thomas – Kansas State: A breakout player for a surprisingly competitive Wildcats team….Thomas rushed for nearly 1300 yards…had over 200 yards receiving….and rushed for 11 TDs.

Keith Toston – Oklahoma State: Stepped in, and, stepped up, when Kendall Hunter was slowed by injuries this season.  Toston had over 1100 yards rushing, over 200 yards receiving, and 12 total TDs.

Alexander Robinson – Iowa State: Robinson was a big reason the Cyclones went bowling in 2009….rushing for over 1000 yards and 5 TDs….while catching 4 TD passes.



Danario Alexander – Missouri: The nation’s top fantasy WR, Alexander (photo, thanks SportsIllustrated.com) went for over 1400 yards receiving and 12 TD catches.  The Mizzou WR would lead the nation in receiving yards per game in 2009.

Ryan Broyles – Oklahoma: The Sooner offense struggled at times in 2009, but Broyles still managed to get nearly 900 yards receiving and 12 TD grabs.

Dez Briscoe – Kansas: Even a long losing streak for the Jayhawks could not stop Briscoe, who had over 1000 yards receiving and 8 total TDs (7 receiving, 1 rushing).



Hunter Lawrence – Texas: The nation’s leading fantasy scorer among PKs, scoring 111 points, and, making some big kicks during the Longhorns quest for the National Championship.



Texas: The best fantasy defense in America, and it really was not close.  The Longhorns D had 20 INTs, 33 QB sacks, and had double-digit D/ST TDs in 2009.


The final Conference All-Fantasy Team in the series.  Please check our other All-Conference Fantasy Teams….either via the links below, or, via our FCB Search button at the top of the webpage.


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