Daily College Basketball Fantasy Sleepers – November 8

WOW! Daily College Fantasy Basketball begins November 8. Are you ready? Should be a soft night of salaries on most daily fantasy sites as they will have to make adjustments as the games begin. Should be plenty of guys for dirt cheap that will explode. Do some research and see if you can put together a nice lineup.

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Salaries are from – DRAFT KINGS

Juvonte Reddic – VCU Rams – $3,000
You have to get Reddic in your lineup for this price as he might end up being one of the most productive players in the country at years end. Had a great year last season and will be featured more this season. Can rebound, score, get steals anything you want. VCU should win this game easy but not before Reddic gives you plenty of fantasy points for three grand. Teammate Treveon Graham is a good option at $3,000 as well but I like Reddic a little more.

Dwayne Evans – Saint Louis – $3,000
Another dirt cheap price for a guy who is loaded with talent and already put up good numbers last season. Came on real strong toward the end of last season, and for this price he shouldn’t disappoint even though it should be an easy win for St. Louis.

Chase Fieler – Florida Gulf Coast – $3,000
FGCU Center Eric McKnight got suspended for the first six games which means more responsibility and opportunities for Fieler.

J.J. Mann – Belmont Bruins – $3,000
Isn’t expected to put up huge numbers, but he is one of the go to guys on Belmont this season. Look for him to get around 20 fantasy points which will be really good value if there weren’t guys like Reddic and Evans available for the same price.

Marcus Paige – North Carolina – $3,700
UNC will be without a couple guards who got suspended and Paige was already expected to be a key part of the team this season. Look for him to get off to a good start as this is the highest O/U game (172) on the Vegas board I was looking at.

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