Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State ($10,200)
Benjamin has been playing at an extremely high level this season, as he’s averaging 131.3 yards and 1.1 touchdowns on 23.3 carries per game. He has also contributed 214 yards and two touchdowns on 31 receptions through 11 games. Benjamin has been a bigger part of the offense more recently, as he has totaled 27+ touches in seven of his last eight games, after failing to record more than 20 touches in any of his first three games. He gets a great matchup against Arizona in what should be one of the highest scoring games on the slate, and Benjamin already owns a 339 yard, four touchdown performance this season.
Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State ($10,200)
Wallace has broken out in 2018, as he leads Oklahoma State in receptions (75), receiving yards (1,344), and receiving touchdowns (11). He has been one of the most consistent players in the NCAA over the last four weeks, recording 20+ fantasy points in each of his games. Over that span, he’s averaging 8.8 receptions for 156.5 yards and 1.8 touchdowns per game. He also added a rushing touchdown in one of the games, giving him two total touchdowns in each of his last four games. He gets a tougher matchup against TCU this week, but Wallace looks as matchup proof as of a player as there is on this slate.
N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State ($9,200)
Harry hasn’t enjoyed the season that many were projecting, but he has been far and away the biggest receiving threat for Arizona State. Through 11 games, he has totaled 69 receptions for 1,033 yards and nine touchdowns. He has also been playing at a higher level recently, recording at least seven receptions and 100 yards in each of his last three games. Harry is always a touchdown threat, and that could be on full display in a game that should quickly turn into a shootout. He has also proven that he can find success in the same games as Benjamin, but it may be difficult to fit each of their salaries into your lineup.
Ryan Finley, QB, NC State ($9,300)
Finley is surprisingly cheap for this type of game. On the season, he has recorded 3,180 yards and 21 touchdowns on 380 pass attempts. He has also been a consistent fantasy option, scoring 20+ DK points in six of his last seven contests. This week, he gets a great matchup against North Carolina in what should be a high scoring game. The total is set at 64 points, and the spread is close, meaning both teams could be throwing until the end. Finley is a bit too cheap for his consistency, and he can be considered in all leagues on this slate.
Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland ($8,400)
McFarland crushed value last week, and I’m going back to the well once again. He is significantly more expensive than last week, but he’s still a cheap option, as he’s under the average you can pay per player. In his last two games, he has totaled 508 yards and two touchdowns on 50 carries, recording 200+ yards in both games. He’s has forced his way into snaps, and he’s in a nearly identical spot as he was last week. He gets a matchup against Penn State, which will likely scare most players away, but they have struggled against the run this season. It’s unlikely McFarland goes for over 200 yards for a third week in a row, but he doesn’t need that to hit value at his current price tag.
Jakobi Meyers, WR, NC State ($8,500)
Kelvin Harmon makes a great receiving option for NC State, but Meyers is a cheaper pivot off of him. On the season, Meyers ranks second on the team in receptions (69) and receiving yards (754), while also ranking third in receiving touchdowns (3). He has also caught fire over the last three weeks, as he’s averaging 8.7 receptions for 112.7 yards and 0.7 touchdowns per game over that span. Similarly to Finley, he gets a great matchup against North Carolina, and Meyers is a great pairing option on this slate.