Welcome back as we finish another weekend of college basketball action as we dive into top CBB DFS picks for Sunday. The ACC will be in action as Louisville faces Virginia Tech and Clemson takes on Pittsburgh. We also will see some Big Ten basketball with Minnesota playing Ohio State plus the battle for Nebraska as No. 15 Creighton plays intra-state rival Nebraska. It's a seven-game slate on DraftKings so let's dive into all the top CBB DFS picks and value plays at the guard and forward positions tonight. All college basketball odds below are via DraftKings Sportsbook when publishing. Good luck with your college basketball DFS lineups for Sunday December 3rd!


College Basketball DFS Slate December 3, 2023

1p ET Auburn (-7.5) @ Appalachian State 142.5 O/U

2p ET Clemson @ Pittsburgh (-1.0) 148.0 O/U

3p ET San Francisco @ Arizona State (-1.5) 134.5 O/U

3p ET Wichita State @ Missouri (-6.0) 144.5 O/U

4p ET Creighton (-3.5) @ Nebraska 147.5 O/U

4p ET Louisville @ Virginia Tech (-12.0) 148.5 O/U

6:30p ET Minnesota @ Ohio State (-13.5) 143.5 O/U

Top CBB DFS Guards

Baylor Scheierman - Creighton @ Nebraska ($9.6K DK)

Is there anyone more consistent than Baylor Scheierman? The guard has attempted double-digit shots in each game this season, which includes an average of eight per game from beyond the arc. Scheierman is scoring 18.6 points per game and averaging 7.1 rebounds for the Bluejays and is clicking in nearly every statistical category with a 25.7% usage/27.6% shot rate, a 21.7% offensive rebounding and 19.8% assist rate. With a 35.8 DK point average he is one of the top overall plays on the slate as Creighton faces Nebraska, a team off to its best start in over two decades. 

Bruce Thornton - Ohio State @ Minnesota ($7.6K DK)

If the theme of this game at Arizona State is maintaining momentum for the Buckeyes, there’s one place to look for the most momentum right now on the team – the backcourt. Bruce Thornton leads the charge in that area. Ohio State’s star point guard tops the team in points (18.3) and assists (4.4) per game. He racked up a career-high 29 points against Alabama, then a career-high seven assists in the next game at Santa Clara and then dropped 25 points on Wednesday against Central Michigan. Thornton is the new alpha for an Ohio State offense that is ranked #17th in the nation with an adjusted offense efficiency of 117.6. He leads the team with a 24.7% usage/25.4% shot rate, 26.8% assist and 3.0% steal rate and is a core play today as one of the top point per dollar plays on the slate.

Marcus Williams - San Francisco @ Arizona State ($6.3K DK)

Former Texas A&M guard and MWC Freshman of the Year (Wyoming) Marcus Williams has found a home at San Francisco. He is the type of guard that the Dons have been searching for and as one of their key offensive leaders has scored double digit points in four straight with a 14.9 point overall average playing 30 minutes a game. With a 26.1 usage rate and 31.2% shot rate (80th in nation) Williams is a core play today against Arizona State.

Skyy Clark - Louisville @ Virginia Tech ($6.1K DK)

Sky Clark immediately made his presence known at Louisville as the Illinois transfer point guard has stepped in as the offensive leader.  He is a key member of head coach Kenny Payne’s rebuilding process and has been asked to orchestrate the Cardinals collection of newcomers and returners on the court and has done more than what was expected. He can score, distribute and run a basketball team as he is now averaging a team high 17.4 points with a 25.4% usage and 25.1% shot rate. Clark is also averaging 26.9 DK points and even though they are 13-point road dogs against Virginia Tech today this is just too cheap of a price for a talent like Skyy Clark.

Other Top CBB DFS Guards

  • Ishmael Leggett, Pittsburgh ($8.1K DK) GPP
  • Xavier Bell, Wichita State ($7.2K DK) GPP
  • Roddy Gayle Jr., Ohio State ($6.6K DK) Cash/GPP
  • Sean East, Missouri ($6.3K DK) Cash/GPP
  • Tre White, Louisville ($6.7K DK) Cash/GPP
  • Hunter Cattoor, Virginia Tech ($6.1K DK) GPP


Top CBB DFS Value Guard

Mike Sharavjamts - San Francisco ($5.8K DK)

“Mongolian Mike” was one of the most sought-after transfer portal targets in the nation last year and chose the Dons since he would step right into a starting role. The first Mongolian citizen to play Division I men’s basketball, Sharavjamts, made the Atlantic 10 Conference All-Rookie team averaging 5.6 points and 2.6 assists per game. He has stepped right into the San Francisco starting lineup and is averaging 25.4 DK points a game with a 21% usage rate. With four straight 26+ DK point games “Mongolian Mike” is looking to make it five today as the Dons travel to Arizona State.

Other CBB DFS Value Guards

  • Ryan Beasley, San Francisco ($5.5K DK) GPP
  • Myles Tate, Appalachian State ($5.4K DK) GPP
  • Anthony Robinson II, Missouri ($4.7K DK) GPP
  • Ty-Laur Johnson, Louisville ($4.8K DK) GPP
  • Dale Bonner, Ohio State ($4.5K DK) Cash/GPP


Top CBB DFS Forwards

PJ Hall - Clemson @ Pittsburgh ($9.8K DK)

PJ Hall could win the ACC Player of the Year and that is no small feat. Yes, Armando Bacot or Kyle Filipowski could just as easily take the honor but let’s not forget about the player from a football school. Clemson is 6-0 for the first time in 15 years and it is because of Hall. He’s now had four 20-plus point performances already with a career high 29 points against Alcorn State, and his 21-point, eight-rebound game in just 21 minutes in the win over Alabama was amazing as he played during some foul trouble. Hall’s senior season is certainly off to a big boy start as he is averaging 21.3 points per game and 7.2 rebounds per game while shooting 55 percent from the field and 41 percent from beyond the arc. He is averaging over 40 DK points a game and that is while only playing 27 minutes per game so far. Do I need to say more? Find a way to get PJ Hall in your lineup today.

Blake Hinson - Pittsburgh vs. Clemson ($7.5K DK)

Today’s ACC battle between Clemson and Pitt will feature another one of the best players in the conference – Blake Hinson. He has been one of the Panthers’ best assets and his star power will be a driving factor all season as tries to become Pitt’s third player to earn first team All-ACC honors in the last four seasons (Justin Champagnie, Jamarius Burton). With a 25.6% usage to go along with a 31.4% shot rate Hinson will have the ball a lot today and a good chance we get a 5-6X day out of the Panther senior star.

Noah Carter - Missouri vs. Wichita State ($7.3K DK)

Noah Carter was a former All Missouri Valley Conference selection at Northern Iowa and now has made a return to Missouri for one last go around. His decision to stay one more year at Missouri is paying dividends so far as he is carrying a 22.2% usage/24.2% shot rate to go along with 22.7% defensive rebounding and 6.2% block rate. He has been over 26 DK points in every game but two so far this season with a 29 DK point overall average. At $7.3K DK this is too cheap of a price for Noah Carter against Wichita State.

Other Top CBB DFS Forwards

  • Johni Broome, Auburn ($9.5K DK)
  • Ryan Kalkbrenner, Creighton ($8.4K DK) GPP
  • Rienk Mast, Nebraska ($8.3K DK) Cash/GPP
  • Donovan Gregory, Appalachian State ($6.2K DK)
  • Jaylin Williams, Auburn ($6.0K DK)

Top CBB DFS Value Forwards

Note: Forward Value is lacking today, and no one stands out as a clear Must-Play. Here are a few that can be used in your lineups…

  • Pharrel Payne, Minnesota ($5.2K DK)
  • Federiko Federiko, Pittsburgh ($5.2K DK)
  • Felix Okpara, Ohio State ($5.7K DK)
  • JJ Traynor, Louisville ($4.8K DK)
  • Ndewedo Newbury, San Francisco ($4.7K DK)



  • Bruce Thornton - Ohio State
  • Skyy Clark - Louisville
  • Marcus Williams - San Francisco
  • PJ Hall - Clemson