Much like the running back list, this is a tight bunch of players with a few cheaper guys mixed in too.
Tulsa – KEEVAN LUCAS
4 straight 100+ yard games and faces a rather weak SMU team.
Alabama – AMARI COOPER
Faces LSU, but that probably won’t slow him down too much. One of the best seasons a WR has had in a while – he has back-to-back 2 TD games.
Baylor – COREY COLEMAN – ANTWAN GOODLEY
These two are the best Baylor WR’s and they have a big game against Oklahoma.
Washington State – VINCE MAYLE – RIVER CRACRAFT – ISIAH MYERS – DOM WILLIAMS
Okay, so Conner Halliday is gone so that might downgrade the group a little. River was out last game and might be out again, so that might elevate the rest of the 3, and the matchup is a decent one.
Colorado – NELSON SPRUCE
Got back on track last week with 13 for 138 … and could be in store for another solid week again.
West Virginia – KEVIN WHITE
He’s been getting the double-team treatment so it’s risky even though the matchup against Texas is good. Mario Alford has benefited with 3 straight games with TD’s if you want to roll with the cheaper #2.
Colorado State – RASHARD HIGGINS
5 straight games with 140+ yards is consistent and Hawaii is not super strong. Just make sure he’s playing since there’s some doubt he’ll be in the lineup.
Arizona – CAYLEB JONES
His yards per game are super high, but he’s been pretty solid most week and the matchup isn’t too tough against Colorado.
Boise State – SHANE WILLIAMS-RHODES
Has a TD catch in 4 straight games, but I’d lean towards him only in 1pt PPR leagues since his yardage totals aren’t super high.
San Jose St – TYLER WINSTON
Not a name many will recognize but it’s a good matchup against Fresno State and he’s been fairly steady in 1pt PPR leagues all season.
Oregon State – VICTOR BOLDEN – JORDAN VILLAMIN
Both are hot/cold players but viable this week against a somewhat weak Washington State defense.