Week 12 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 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. 19 that locks at 12 p.m. ET.
CFB DFS Picks: Week 12 Saturday CFB Picks
DJ Uiagalelei, Clemson ($7,000)
Uiagalelei is in a great spot against Miami, and there’s a ton to like about him on Saturday at $7,000. He is averaging 23.2 DraftKings points per game for the season and matched up with a Hurricanes defense that ranks 302nd in the country against opposing quarterbacks, Uiagalelei couldn’t ask to be in a better spot. With Clemson currently a 19-point favorite at home, the Tigers offense should have no problem moving the ball against an underachieving Miami defense, and at his $7K price point, Uiagalelei looks like one of the top value plays on the entire slate.
Will Howard, Kansas State ($6,400)
While Uiagalelei certainly looks like a great value play at $7,000, Howard looks even better at $6,400. Our second-highest projected quarterback on the slate, behind only C.J. Stroud, Howard is averaging 24.6 DraftKings points through three starts, and he’s in a great spot on Saturday matched up with a West Virginia defense that ranks 293rd in the country against opposing signal-callers. Completing 63.1 percent of his passes for 717 yards and nine touchdowns, Howard has filled in more than admirably for the injured Adrian Martinez, and at $6,400 he’s a cog in our machine in all formats.
Other Quarterbacks: C.J. Stroud, Ohio State ($9,600); Clayton Tune, Houston ($8,100); Max Duggan, TCU ($8,000); Jayden de Laura, Arizona ($7,900); Cameron Ward, Washington State ($6,800); Garrett Greene, West Virginia ($6,600); Payton Thorne, Michigan State ($6,000); Blake Shapen, Baylor ($5,900)
Bijan Robinson, Texas ($9,100)
The top projected running back in CFB DFS picks, Bijan Robinson is in a smash spot against Kansas, and he’s almost impossible to get away from on Saturday. Averaging 27.0 DraftKings points per game, Robinson struggled last week against TCU, and he will look to bounce back in a matchup with a Jayhawks defense that ranks 356th in the country against opposing running backs. Elite upside, as evidenced by the 30 or more DraftKings points he’s put up four times this season, fade Robinson at your own peril on.
Deuce Vaughn, Kansas State ($7,400)
There are a bunch of good running backs on this slate, but price considered, Vaughn looks like one of the top plays at any position. Too cheap at $7,400, Vaughn is having another sensational year, averaging 23.8 DraftKings points through Kansas State’s first 10 games. Especially good recently, Vaughn has at least 28 DraftKings points in three straight games and matched up with a West Virginia defense that ranks 316th in the country against opposing running backs, he’s an elite option in all formats.
Other Running Backs: Blake Corum, Michigan ($8,500); Keaton Mitchell, East Carolina ($7,100); Braelon Allen, Wisconsin ($7,000); Will Shipley, Clemson ($6,500); Devin Neal, Kansas ($6,400); Audric Estime, Notre Dame ($5,700); Nakia Watson, Washington State ($3,800)
Nathaniel Dell, Houston ($8,200)
The highest projected wideout on the slate, Dell looks fantastic in all formats at $8,200. 85 catches for 1,107 yards and 13 touchdowns, Dell is averaging a robust 27.9 DraftKings points per game, and he’s been especially good recently, catching 25 balls for 278 yards just over the past two weeks. Arguably the highest upside of any receiver in the country, Dell is the clear top target for quarterback Clayton Tune, and he’s a true fade at your own risk type if you aren’t playing him.
Isaiah Winstead, East Carolina ($7,000)
One of the top value plays for CFB DFS picks on the board, Winstead looks great in all formats at $7,000. Projected to be the third-highest scoring wide receiver on the slate, Winstead finds himself in a great spot against Houston, and at this price point there’s a ton to like about him. One of the most consistent receivers in college football, Winstead has caught five or more passes for over 50 yards in every game this season. Quarterback Holton Ahlers clear top target, Winstead is very cheap at $7K and he’s a great look in both cash games and GPP’s.
Other Wide Receivers: Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State ($8,100); Emeka Egbuka, Ohio State ($7,700); Jacob Cowing, Arizona ($7,600); Zay Flowers, Boston College ($6,900); C.J. Johnson, East Carolina ($6,200); Chimere Dike, Wisconsin ($5,900); Jayden Reed, Michigan State ($5,600); Kaden Prather, West Virginia ($5,300); Ja’Tavion Sanders, Texas ($4,500); Samuel Brown, Houston ($4,200)
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