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We’re excited to have college football back in our lives in a few weeks. The big thing is trying to do the best you can to keep up to date with player news. Sometimes it can be hard to find or even non-existent, so be careful with that first and foremost. This could mean being “safer” with your builds following a more cash game model for players you know are likely to play. You can certainly have a flyer about some low-level players who could see a nice boost going up next year.
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DraftKings CFB DFS quarterback
As noted above, the news here will be important when two of the top three midfielders come up with questions. Malik Willis was predicted to be the first pick, so it wouldn’t be a shock if he skipped the game. There’s no news yet so if he does play he could easily be the top raw scorer across the board and will be a great match in any format. Jake Haener is another quarterback with some questions when he initially filled his name in the transfer portal when his coach moved to Washington, but has since scrapped it and plans to return to Fresno St. bowl game, but if he does, he should be a solid pick.
Other top options on this blocking medium are Logan Bonner, Jaren Hall and Chance Nolan. Bonner has the second worst defense in the standings as Oregon State gives 28.3 points per game. On the other side, Nolan is likely to have to keep up with the Aggies, so he can get into a nice match as well as in a match.
Grant Wells and Ben Bryant are things to avoid on this medium as Wells has struggled for most of the year and is overvalued. Meanwhile, Bryant is up against Liberty’s defence, which has the third fewest passes per game in the country.
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DraftKings CFB DFS Rerun
When it comes to running again, we have some of the safest picks on the board in Rasheen Ali and Tyler Allgeier. Ali is possibly the safest player on the entire list as he has at least 16 carries in each game since week three and has also worked in more than 3 receptions in each of the last five games. via. Allgeier has perhaps the highest ceiling on the leaderboard with four games above 34 imaginary this year. He’s a bit of a spendthrift, but if you can see the value he’s well worth the money.
The next back-to-back group was the committee-based rerun as UTEP, Fresno St and Louisiana all deployed a lot of support. UTEP and Fresno are the riskiest options, but with Chris Smith absent through injury, Emani Bailey should see more work with good discount against Marshall defense of 108order The country is rushing to defend. DeWayne McBride is the other injury to watch out for here as his absence could open up some value on this medium.
DraftKings CFB DFS . Wide Receiver
As noted above, there are some questions in the quarter on this blocking medium, which means there could be a trickle-down effect on the receiver. Jalen Cropper and Demario Douglas are two top picks that could be hurt if their midfielders are unfortunately sidelined. That’s why a player like Deven Thompkins is the top pick because he has a great combination and should have his midfield. Hassan Beydoun Also a good cash game option with eight games in a row with over 5 overs, but as noted above, the Liberty has superior defense.
For cheaper options, Puka Nacua, Keric Wheatfall, Luke Musgrave and Peter LeBlanc blew up the big game this year. Meanwhile, players like Xavier Gaines, Justin McGriff and Kevin Shaa have been consistent options.
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