College Fantasy Football DraftKings 12pm Slate Overview

For your college fantasy football draftkings player picks for saturday 11/2/19, I know you have come to the right spot. Here I will give you some of my picks for the 12pm Draftkings slate, and its a good one. I will break it down game by game, and reveal what or who I like for each game if any..

College Fantasy Football Breakdown

BC @ CUSE O/U 60 CUSE -3

With 2 very weak defenses, you can take the over if betting on this game. The Boston College Run game I cannot pass on! Here is the main runner’s Projected stat line with a guy that has brought me great success in past weeks as well. Yes, take him for over 20 fantasy points easy! You could run it back with Cuse as well with Moe Neal getting a couple receptions as well.

————— Att                Yards     TD               YPC          Fumble      FP’s

AJ Dillon 25.4 131 1.06 5.2 0.28 21.1
Moe Neal 13.7 58 0.53 4.2 0.14 12.8


NCST @ WAKE O/U 60.5 WAKE -7.5

Another 60 point range game with NCST favored, as this could be a very exiting game! Not sure however why its quite this high, as these teams don’t cover the spread all that great this year. Here’s the players you want to use for sure if you can. Nice rushing upside for Newman. Stack him with 2 of the 2 receivers shown. You could also run back with WR

—————— Att/Com   Yds        TD           Int            FB           FP

Jamie Newman 22/35 275 1.97 0.69 0.19 24.9

———————– Rec      Yds       TD          YPC          FB           FP

Sage Surratt 5.6 93 0.76 16.7 0.01 16.6
Kendall Hinton 4.6 50 0.21 11.0 0.03 9.7
Scotty Washington 3.1 49 0.49 15.7 0.00 9.4
Emeka Emezie 4.9 53 0.22 10.8 0.03 9.0
Thayer Thomas 3.6 41 0.38 11.4 0.07 8.0

MICH @ MD O/U 56 MICH -21

MY initial thought is to fade completely, however having some interest in this Michigan Blowout potential.. That said, I don’t trust anything Michigan is doing as far as consistency.


Nebraska seems to be the play to cover here, however the computers have Purdue by 5. This you can find at You may have to have a subscription to view all of that data. 

The quarterbacks for both teams look interesting here, more for Hybrids and/or tournament plays. If using QB, stack with their best WR’s

Here are the throwing lines, followed by some rushing projections. Robinson below can also get you 4 receptions! PPR Baby!

——————- Att/Com     yds          TD          INT      Fuml             FP

Adrian Martinez 19/29 239 1.25 1.14 0.37 19.7
Jack Plummer 26/44 306 2.38 1.24 0.20 21.9

——————-  Att                    Yds           TD        YPC          FB             FP

Adrian Martinez 13.3 47 0.37 3.6 0.37 19.7
Wan’Dale Robinson 8.0 31 0.25 3.9 0.01 13.6

HOU @ UCF O/U 71 NEB -3

Looks like the highest O/U here. Keep it simple and just fire up Dillon Gabriel and Gabriel Davis.

VATECH @ ND O/U 58 ND -17.5

Not a whole lot of value here other then ND using Book to spread the ball around but no one to really stack him with as a consistent option.

UGA vs. FLA O/U 45.5 UGA -6.5

With Georgia’s predictable style of offense, even though playing a tight Gator defense, I’ll take Swift as he could still get 100 yards and a couple of receptions. You could also take a look at Perine, the RB for Florida if you believe the Gators could score enough points in the +6.5.


I would only touch Cam Akers in this game as they have to rely on him. If you want to take a flier in a larger tournament go with Alex Hornibrook and any one of his receivers. I would stay away from MIA side.


This game could go either way with TCU possibly staying up for this game after the Texas masssacre of an upset last week. Despite the possibility of OKLAST scoring more points the better fantasy option here would seemingly be a Spencer Sanders to Tylan Wallace stack who could easily combine for 32 fantasy points on the day.

UTAH @ WASH O/U 47.5 UTAH -3.5

This is a potential upset with Washington at home, either team could take the game, but I like running back Salvan Ahmed for sure putting up these kind of numbers. Over 20 touches projected.

Att             Yds         TD              YPC       Fuml           FP

Salvon Ahmed 22.3 97 0.66 4.3 0.11 15.1

OREGST @ ARIZ O/U 71.5 ARIZ -5.5

Kalil Tate is the key to this shootout and probably the slate itself. Here are his potential numbers, being Kyler Murray or Jalen Hurst like. Here’s the upside he has..

Khalil Tate 20/32 289 2.50 1.02 0.24 30.7
Khalil Tate 10.1 77 0.49 7.7 0.24 30.7

You could run out naked or even stack with Brian Casteel, also running back this highest over/under of the slate with Isaiah Hodgins with upside of 20 fantasy points easily accomplished.

Big winning for our team last week in NFL contests.

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College Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings for 2019

Here are the top College Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings for 2019. These rankings are for power 5 conference football games.

college fantasy football quarterback rankings 2019

Here is an article in reference to the bolded players who are looking to go in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

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2019 CFF QB Rankings

  1. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
  2. Sam Ehlinger, Texas
  3. Justin Fields OSU SO
  4. Washington St. QB yet to be determined
  5. Adrian Martinez, Nebraska
  6. Bryce Perkins, Virginia
  7. Charlie Brewer, Baylor
  8. Trevor Lawrence, Clemson
  9. J. Hurts, OKLA
  10. Kellen Mond Tex A&M JR
  11. Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
  12. Feleipe Franks, Fla.
  13. Ryan Willis, VaTech
  14. Joe Burrow, LSU
  15. Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
  16. Jake Bently, SC
  17. Peyton Ramsey, Ind.
  18. KJ Costello, Stan
  19. Ian Book, ND
  20. AJ Dillon, BC

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