After a Thursday full of turkey and football, Friday has an 11-game CFB DFS slate. There are 11 games kicking off between 12 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. ET, with good matchups all over the board for CFB DFS picks.
With so many games in play and less teams playing against inferior competition, there are plenty of strong CBB DFS picks at all positions. This article will provide NCAAF DFS picks and lineup advice for the DraftKings slate on Nov. 25 that locks at 12 p.m. ET.
CFB DFS Picks: Week 13
Drake Maye, North Carolina ($9,000)
Maye is the top-projected quarterback today, as he is averaging 35.0 DraftKings points per game. He is facing a North Carolina State defense that ranks 323rd in the country against opposing quarterbacks, so he couldn’t ask to be in a better spot. Maye is coming off by far his worst game of the season, but he should bounce back in a big way against the Wolfpack.
Taylen Green, Boise State ($6,600)
Green looks great in all formats at $6,600. He is averaging 21.6 DraftKings points per game and has at least 17 in each of the past four games. At this price point, he’s one of the best dollar-for-dollar plays on the slate. With Boise State a 17-point favorite at home against Utah State, Green and the Broncos offense should have a ton of success moving the ball against the Aggies. He’s the clear drop-down option from Maye.
Other Quarterbacks: Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA ($9,400); Jayden de Laura, Arizona ($8,100); Dequan Finn, Toledo ($7,400); Brady Cook, Missouri ($6,300)
Zach Charbonnet, UCLA ($8,400)
Charbonnet is a building block in both cash games and GPP’s. He’s put up 51.9 DraftKings points he’s put up in two out of the past three games, and Charbonnet should run all over a California defense that ranks 224th in the country against opposing running backs. 22 rushes for 106 yards and a touchdown last year versus California, Charbonnet could easily be asked to take on more of a role this year with quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson playing with a hurt hand. Charbonnet is one of the top overall plays on the slate.
Raheim Sanders, Arkansas ($7,000)
There are a bunch of good running backs on this slate, but price considered, Sanders looks like arguably the best at $7,000. Averaging 25.0 DraftKings points per game, Sanders has consistently been one of the top running backs in the country, and there’s a lot to like about him against Missouri. With quarterback KJ Jefferson back under center for the Razorbacks last week, Sanders ran wild for 232 yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries against Ole Miss, and he’s in an even better spot on Friday against the Tigers.
Other Running Backs: Bijan Robinson, Texas ($9,300); Samson Evans, Eastern Michigan ($7,300); Tyjae Spears, Tulane ($6,400); Jaydn Ott, California ($6,200); Avery Morrow, Colorado State ($5,500); Cody Schrader, Missouri ($4,700)
Jacob Cowing, Arizona ($7,700)
Cowing has been spectacular in his first year in Tucson. He is averaging 21.2 DraftKings points per game while catching 80 passes for 1,001 yards and seven touchdowns, and he continues to be quarterback Jayden de Laura’s top target. Facing an inept Arizona State defense that ranks 245th in the country against opposing wideouts, Cowing is in a great spot on Friday, and he looks like the top receiver on the slate in all formats.
Jeremiah Hunter, California ($5,500)
Hunter is way too cheap at $5,500. 52 catches for 812 yards and three touchdowns, Hunter has been especially good recently, catching 22 passes for 364 yards just over the past four weeks alone. With California playing a lethal UCLA offense, expect the Golden Bears to be throwing a lot on Friday, and Hunter has established himself as the quarterback Jack Plummer’s clear No. 1 target. There are a bunch of good wide receiver options on this slate, but at $5,500, Hunter stands out in both cash games and GPP’s.
Other Wide Receivers: Josh Downs, North Carolina ($8,100); Dorian Singer, Arizona ($7,100); Tory Horton, Colorado State ($6,100); J.Michael Sturdivant, California ($5,300); Jerjuan Newton, Toledo ($5,200); Ja’Tavion Sanders, Texas ($4,900)
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