John Laub and Ryan Cobbett provide a weekly DFS College Fantasy Football Cheat Sheet to assist managers with building DFS lineups and identify value among CFB Prize Picks.
CFB Sleepers on FanDuel: Week 11
CFB Day Slate (Cobbett)
QB JT Daniels, WVU $7,800
Daniels has not had a great season and is coming off his worst performance of the year. Yet. One thing that sticks out is his pro-style approach against a soft secondary. Bryce Ford Wheaton will be a heck of a tandem for you to play for your DFS lineup. Daniels has the ability to get in the upper 20 fantasy points for your team.
RB Will Shipley, Clemson $8,900
Shipley has recorded just under 20 FPPG this season. He is very dependable and produces similar numbers week after week. His worst performance of the season still resulted in double-digit points. The Clemson ball carrier is a consistent play, and with the QB play up in question, he will get the bulk of the reps.
WR Parker Washington, PSU $6,900
Here is a guy a lot of us were excited about over the summer, but his production has wavered. It has not been quite what we expected. Despite that, he is still averaging 10.5 FPPG so he provides good value at this number. He also has the capability to break out for a big performance like he did against Ohio State. Maryland’s secondary is weak so expect Washington to get open this weekend.
WR Bryce Ford Wheaton, WVU $8,200
I am a fan of playing the stacks; it just comes down to playing the right ones. Bryce Ford Wheaton has dominated secondaries all year long and is the best receiver on the field in this one. He has six touchdowns and has even notched a 30-point performance earlier this season. With the soft Oklahoma defense, it would be no surprise to see him post crazy numbers.
CFB Night Slate (Cobbett)
QB Quinn Ewers, Texas $9,000
I am a Horned Frog, but in this article, I have to be practical. Quinn Ewers dominated against Alabama before he was injured, and their defense is leagues better than what TCU will showcase. Ewers throws the ball a lot and will have ample opportunity to connect for big plays as this secondary does have a slow start to their games.
RB Deuce Vaughn, Kansas St $9,000
It is crazy that Vaughn is available at this number. He is one of the better runners in the nation and has posted at least 20 FPPG in his last three games. He dominated against a solid Texas defense, and you should expect the same this week.
RB Bucky Irving, Oregon $8,300
Irving is averaging 6.8 YPC this season and has done a solid job opening the game up for QB Bo Nix. Like Shipley, Irving has been very consistent with his FP production from week-to-week and has the capability of cracking 20 fantasy points, making him a steal at this number.
WR Jahmal Banks, Wake Forest $7,900
The Wake Forest-North Carolina game will be a very high-scoring contest: Someone is going to produce some crazy DFS numbers. Banks has posted over 20 FP in a game three different occasions this season showing his involvement in the game plan and his dynamic athleticism. The Tarheels’ secondary is not good, and Banks will get his targets.
CFB on Prize Picks
Pick 3 (Laub)
QB Hendon Hooker, Tennessee OVER 275.5 Pass Yards
RB Damien Martinez, Oregon State OVER 12.5 Fantasy Score
WR Moose Muhammad, Texas A&M OVER 13.5 Fantasy Score
Pick 3 (Cobbett)
QB Clayton Tune, Houston OVER 275.5 Pass Yards
QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA OVER 50.5 Rush Yards
WR Marvin Mims, Oklahoma OVER 0.5 Receiving TDs
Scholar’s Best Bets
Point Spread: Illinois -6.5 vs. Purdue
Over/Under: UNDER 77 Arizona at UCLA
Moneyline: Kansas +145 at Texas Tech
Last Week: 1-2
CFB Fantastic 4 on DraftKings: Week 11 (Laub)
|RB||C. Norton||Iowa State||Oklahoma St.||48.5||$3,900||15.9||4.1|
|QB||R. Ashford||Auburn||Texas A&M||48.5||$5,800||23.3||4|
|RB||D. Martinez||Oregon St.||California||49||$5,000||18.5||3.7|
Fantastic Four Season Average: 79.5