Many college fantasy football leagues around the country are using some type of point per reception (PPR) scoring, so it is imperative to identify the running backs that will likely be heavily involved in the passing game this season. Without further adieu, here are our PPR Monsters for the 2012 season.
Charles Sims, Houston:
Sims could be in line for a huge season in the Cougars pass happy offense. He hauled in 51 receptions last season while splitting time and receptions with Michael Hayes. Hayes is gone and Sims should pick up a good percentage of his 44 receptions, putting Sims on top of the mountain in PPR leagues. It is not out of the question to see Sims top 70 receptions this fall.
Perry Jones, Virginia:
Jones is the straw the stirs the drink for the Virginia offense, hauling in 79 passes over the past two seasons. The Cavaliers will likely lean heavily on Jones once again in the passing game with little proven depth at the WR position. Look for Jones to approach 50 gr...