While the college football season has started with a trickle of games, the NFL season will be the equivalent of a water cannon with its openers next week.
For those of you suddenly thinking about fantasy leagues, and scrambling to prepare for a draft, we have your back.
First off, we have Michael Fabiano's top sleepers and busts lists, to help you avoid pitfalls.
But if you want to go to the meat of our draft prep, check out the player rankings:
According to Sports Illustrated's national fantasy experts (who regularly update their rankings), Alvin Kamara is the most valuable former Alabama football player this season, fifth overall, followed by Derrick Henry at No. 8 and Kenyan Drake at No. 11.
Julio Jones is listed as the third wide receiver and No. 14 overall, two spots ahead of running back Josh Jacobs.
Jones' teammate with the Atlanta Falcons, Calvin Ridley, is 42nd, barely ahead of Amari Cooper.
The only other former Crimson Tide player in the top 50 is Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II at No. 48.
As for Miami Dolphins rookie Tua Tagovailoa, he's at No. 36 among the quarterbacks.
Because we aim to be a full-service site, we also offer the following:
Whether you are a seasoned veteran or rookie, people make mistakes in fantasy football drafts. Like letting Miles Sanders fall to the mid-second round in the Fantasy Football World Championships or passing on Lamar Jackson because he missed two days of practice.
Luckily Sports Illustrated is here to help you avoid making those mistakes.