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Fantasy College Football: Waiver Wire Week 7


Nathan Rourke, Ohio:

% Owned: 34%

I have talked about why fantasy owners should add Nathan Rourke before but the message doesn’t seem to be sinking in. Rourke has scored three touchdowns in each of the last three contests and has run for over a hundred each week in the same time period. The only players outscoring Rourke right now are Lamar Jackson, Zach Abey, and JT Barrett. Do yourself a favor and right now go place a claim on him.

Ty Gangi, Nevada:

% Owned: 3%

Ty Gangi didn’t have the hottest of starts coming into this season, but he has accounted for a staggering nine touchdowns in two weeks against in conference foes Hawaii and Colorado State. Outside of Boise State and San Diego State, Gangi will have weaker competition and he seems to be the centerpiece of the pass-happy Nevada Offense.

Running Back

AJ Dillon, Boston College:

% Owned: 2%

Until last week, AJ Dillon was just a guy on the Eagles roster. This week, he’s the guy that got 39 carries for 272 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Louisville. He probably won’t torch defenses every week but any back that receives 39 touches in a game can’t be ignored. The upside for Dillon is simply too big to pass up on him.

Spencer Brown, UAB:

% Owned: 13

AJ Eardly seemed to be the center of the Blazer offense until two weeks ago with the emergence of Spencer Brown. Brown has accounted for 160+ yards in back to back weeks as well as finding the end zone in both contests making him a solid pick up in most leagues.

Wide Receivers

Thomas Owens, FIU:

% Owned: 22%

You may not have picked up on this, nut Thomas Owens has had 100+ receiving yards in three straight games while also scoring two touchdowns. For teams in need of depth or teams feeling injuries cruel sting at the wide receiver position, Thomas Owens is steadily seeing more and more action week in and week out which makes him a valuable WR2 at best.

Braxton Berrios, Miami (FL):

% Owned: 16%

Braxton Berrios doesn’t get major yards in the Hurricane offense, but he does score almost every week. Berrios accounted for a receiving touchdown in every game this season outside of last weekends matchup against Georgia Tech which makes him a big play threat any time he touches the ball. He is also a key role player in the screen game which makes him more valuable in PPR-formats.

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