Week 11 is here, and the schedule continues to pick up with good games scattered throughout the slate. There are 14 games kicking off between 12 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. ET and 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. 12 that locks at 12 p.m. ET.
CFB DFS Picks: Week 11 Saturday CFB Picks
Jayden Daniels, LSU ($8,500)
Daniels is in a great spot against Arkansas, and there’s a ton to like about him on Saturday at $8,500. He is averaging 30.0 DraftKings points per game for the season, and he has exploded the last few weeks by averaging 45 DraftKings points per game over the past three. Daniels threw for 779 yards, seven touchdowns and no interceptions over that span, and he also rushed for 260 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground. He looks like one of the top quarterbacks in the country right now, and matched up with an Arkansas defense that ranks 339th in the country against quarterbacks, he’s the top quarterback play this week.
K.J. Jefferson, Arkansas ($6,500)
Jefferson also looks great on the other side of the LSU – Arkansas game, and he’s one of the top value plays on the slate at $6,500. He is averaging 28.6 DraftKings points per game, thanks to much of the same dual-threat skill set that Daniels has. Jefferson played arguably his worst game of the season last week in an upset loss to Liberty, but he still put up 21.0 DraftKings points as the Razorbacks failed in their comeback attempt. In a surprisingly good spot matched up against LSU (303rd against quarterbacks), pairing Daniels with Jefferson looks like the way to go in all formats.
Other Quarterbacks: C.J. Stroud, Ohio State ($9,500); Hendon Hooker, Tennessee ($8,300); Riley Leonard, Duke ($7,900); J.J. McCarthy, Michigan ($6,500)
Chase Brown, Illinois ($8,100)
Averaging 26.8 DraftKings points per game, Brown has been sensational for Illinois this season, and he’s in a great spot on Saturday matched up with a Purdue defense that ranks 323rd in the country against running backs. Illinois is a 6.5-point favorite at home, so expect to feed Brown early and often as the Fighting Illini look to get back on track after losing to Michigan State last week. Brown is projected for 25.57 fantasy points in this spot and is an elite play in both cash games and GPPs.
Tyjae Spears, Tulane ($6,500)
There are a bunch of really good running backs on this slate, but price considered, Spears looks like one of the top plays at any position. Last week, he rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown en route to putting up 26.3 DraftKings points against Tulsa. He is averaging 21.2 DraftKings points per game for the season, and at $6,500 he again looks fantastic.
Other Running Backs: Jahmyr Gibbs, Alabama ($8,700); Quinshon Judkins, Mississippi ($7,000); Will Shipley, Clemson ($6,700); R.J. Harvey, Central Florida ($5,400); Cody Schrader, Missouri ($4,500)
Rashee Rice, SMU ($8,400)
Rice is by far the top projected wide receiver on the slate, projected for over 4 more points than any other wideout. He is averaging 26.5 DraftKings points per game and had 71.6 DraftKings points over the past two games. Facing a South Florida defense that ranks 351st in the country against wide receivers this week, he couldn’t ask to be in a better spot. He has arguably the highest upside of any player.
Emeka Egbuka, Ohio State ($7,600)
Egbuka is the second-highest-projected wide receiver on the slate, as he is averaging 22.4 DraftKings points per game this season. With Ohio State a 40-point home favorite against Indiana on Saturday, expect the Buckeyes to get their offense going and quarterback C.J. Stroud to move the ball down the field with ease. Egbuka has been one of the most productive wideouts in college football this season, and he is coming off back-to-back subpar games. A matchup with the Hoosiers is the perfect recipe to get him back on track.
Other Wide Receivers: Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State ($8,300);Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State ($7,900); Cedric Tillman, Tennessee ($6,500); Jalon Calhoun, Duke ($5,900); Jordan Kerley, SMU ($4,600)
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