There are lots of good mid-priced & low priced WR to pick from during the late college football games on Saturday 9/12. I think you want to favor the matchups which look good on paper.
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Keevan Lucas – Tulsa
Great matchup against New Mexico.
JuJu Smith-Schuster – USC
One of the top ranked WR on both daily fantasy sites for the late games on Saturday 9/12. I’m not exactly sure how much value he will provide at this salary level, but he’s the lead WR on USC so he rates to produce at a high level.
Jordan Westerkamp – Nebraska
I like Jordan’s value more on DraftKings, but can be utilized across the board. Has a favorable matchup.
Aaron Burbridge – Michigan State
Had a fairly solid 1st game, and this week faces off against what should be a fairly loose Oregon pass defense. Burbridge is a nice value WR play on DraftKings with upside based on the soft matchup.
Jordan Payton – UCLA
Devin Fuller – UCLA
Thomas Duarte – UCLA
All three are moderately priced on DraftKings, whereas Payton is a bit more on FD. At these prices, I like all of them, but especially Fuller in 1pt PPR formats. The matchup is good and UCLA has a QB that can deliver the ball.
Keyarris Garrett – Tulsa
With all the attention going to Lucas, that should open some things up for Garrett to strike. I think he’s reasonably priced and the matchup is excellent.
Byron Marshall, Bralon Addison, Dwayne Stanford are all playable this week. Michigan State traditionally has a tough pass defense, but they didn’t look all that great against the pass last week. The only issue with the Oregon WRs is its difficult to judge which one will get the best stats, however they all rate to be productive at somewhat reasonable price points.
Devonte Boyd – UNLV
$5,000 FanDuel Good Value
He’s way more expensive on DK, so I like Boyd more on FD this week. He was the leader of the UNLV WR crew in yards, but keep in mind that the Rebels spread the ball around quite a bit … that’s why I like Boyd at a more value price.
Thomas Sperbeck – Boise State
Shane Williams-Rhodes – Boise State
I know I was burned last week by these two in some leagues … but you have to put that behind us. I think their usage rates should drop considerdbly, but as has their salaries. Both are under average salary on FD, and Rhodes is under avg salary on DK. The matchup against BYU rates to be favorable. I think you can gamble with one and hope they turn it around in week 2.
Ricky Jones – Indiana
Was by far the leader at WR for Indiana. The matchup is above average so I think he has some value priced at these levels.
Brandon Reilly – Nebraska
Had 5 catches for 70 yards plus a rushing attempt for 11 yards. He’s near minimum salary on DK with a good matchup at home, which makes him a sleeper WR candidate.
Aaron Criswell – UNLV
Kendal Keys – UNLV
Anthony Williams – UNLV
All three are value priced WRs on a team that likes to spread the ball around. I’d lean toward these guys more in 1pt PPR formats, but the matchup against UCLA is above average ++ UNLV rates to throw most of the game.
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