Pretty big list of WRs to pick from honestly. The list isn’t in order after the first few names because it gets really unpredictable after you get past the top. What I would do is maybe target a certain guy/matchup – and pair up QB/WR combo’s with the other WRs spots to make it easier. Firing off multiple lineups in tournaments should be fun this week as well. Finding that right cash game lineup might be elusive.
Thomas Sperbeck $6,500
Gabe Marks $6,600
Taywan Taylor $6,000
Dom Williams $5,800
Demarcus Ayers $5,200
Unlike the Fanduel slate – I feel these guys are more in play on Draftkings because their salaries aren’t way higher than what their expected matchup might dictate. However, I still think the Washington State guys are very risky because Falk might not play.
Corey Davis – WMU
One of the better matchups, but not super easy. WMU is an 8 point underdog, so chances for Davis should come early & often.
Tyler Boyd – Pitt
Rare 10+ touch type WR that is hard to find in any level of football. I think you can pair him with QB Nathan Peterman in some spots, but just playing Boyd is likely the winning play.
Darren Carrington – Oregon
Still think you have to roll with him at these prices.
Braylon Addison – Oregon
$5,200 – Draftkings
Throw out a tough Stanford game where Oregon barely threw the ball and Addison has been really steady the last few weeks.
Kolby Listenbee – TCU
You can probably bump him up a bit if Boykin plays. Same with Turpin
Devonte Allen – Marshall
Senior. Is capable of a big game in this spot. Deandre Reaves $4,100 is very similar from a production standpoint as well.
Corey Coleman – Baylor
Baylor’s on it’s 3rd QB so we’ll cut Coleman & anyone who’s rode him out the last 2 games some slack. I think he’s a risky tournament option – one worth taking if you’re firing multiple lineups since he has huge upside anytime he plays.
KD Cannon – Baylor
Always has tournament appeal. Jay Lee $4,800 as well.
Daniel Braverman – WMU
Blew up last week after 3 weeks of not doing much.
Teddy Veal – Tulane
Near min-priced WR that has tournament appeal since I think he has an outside shot at getting 5x value. Tulsa is one of the worst passing defense in the NCAA and Tulane is a home underdog … that often is a great setup.
Jaydon Mickens – Washington
If you need a really cheap WR – Mickens isn’t a terrible option given his matchup. However, like most WRs this price – his upside is likely in the 15 fantasy point range.