Saturday's college basketball DFS slate is a big one with tons of marquee matchups and top teams in action for the early main slate of games. DraftKings has a 12-game slate and FanDuel has a 6-game slate with both tipping off at 12 pm ET on Saturday, February 10th. Some of the top teams in action include Alabama, UConn, Wisconsin, Auburn, Duke, Iowa State, Illinois, and Creighton. 

Let's now take a look at the top college basketball DFS picks and plays for Saturday's early afternoon games. All college basketball odds are from DraftKings Sportsbook and the KenPom team totals are up-to-date as of this publishing, but keep an eye on any line movement. Good luck with your CBB DFS lineups tonight!


College Basketball Main DFS Slate February 10

  • 12 pm ET – Alabama (-6.5) at LSU – 166.5 O/U (DK Only)
  • 12 pm ET – UConn (-16.5) at Georgetown – 146 O/U (DK Only)
  • 12 pm ET – Wisconsin (-3) at Rutgers – 128.5 O/U
  • 12 pm ET – Clemson (-2.5) at Syracuse – 151.5 O/U
  • 12:30 pm ET – Creighton at Xavier (-1.5) – 150 O/U
  • 1 pm ET – Vanderbilt at South Carolina (-14) – 130 O/U (DK Only)
  • 2 pm ET – Illinois at Michigan State (-2.5) – 145.5 O/U
  • 2 pm ET – Providence at Butler (-4.5) – 144.5 O/U
  • 2 pm ET – TCU at Iowa State (-7) – 146 O/U
  • 2 pm ET – Boston College at Duke (-12.5) – 151.5 O/U (DK Only)
  • 3 pm ET – West Virginia at Texas (-12) – 145.5 O/U (DK Only)
  • 3:30 pm ET – Auburn (-1.5) at Florida – 160.5 O/U (DK Only)

Top KenPom Team Totals

  1. Alabama – 87
  2. Auburn – 82
  3. Duke – 82
  4. UConn – 81
  5. LSU – 79
  6. Texas – 79
  7. Florida – 78
  8. Iowa State – 77
  9. Clemson – 76
  10. Xavier – 75
  11. Creighton – 74
  12. Butler – 74
  13. Syracuse – 74
  14. Michigan State – 74
  15. Illinois – 73
  16. South Carolina – 73

College Basketball CBB DFS Picks 

CBB DFS Top Guards

Baylor ScheiermanCREXAV930037.59870033.93
Baylor Scheierman continues to be a strong DFS play on a regular basis. He’s averaging 18.5 points, 9.6 rebounds, and 38 DK over the past 10 games with five double-doubles in the past seven. He produces on the road and at home, in fast or slow-paced games, and in almost every matchup. Scheierman had 20 points and 33 DK vs Xavier last month and could be a bit better in this rematch.
Mark SearsBAMALSU880034.85  
With 25 points vs Auburn last game, Mark Sears now has at least 21 points scored in six straight and nine of the last 10 games. He’s averaging 21.7 PPG and 36 DK over the past 10 contests as well. Alabama continues to play in high-scoring, fast-paced games and Sears is the Tide’s offensive catalyst. Expect him to keep it going vs LSU after he had 21 points and 33 DK in the first meeting.
Judah MintzSYRCLEM840032.65810031.10
After posting 21 points and 33 DK last game, Judah Mintz continues to be a consistent DFS cash stud. He’s averaging 17.3 PPG and 32 DK over the past 10 games and offers a strong floor with his high-usage role in Syracuse’s offense. Expect him to keep it going in another high-total matchup at home with 20 points or so and 30-40 DK a strong bet.
DJ DavisBUTLEPROV700024.25640022.55
DJ Davis is on fire right now, averaging 21 PPG and 33 DK over the past five games. His offensive usage and shot volume are at high levels and it’s tough to see that changing since Butler’s been winning games. Though Davis’ price tags have risen, he’s still an upside GPP play if you bank on the hot streak continuing at home. He did have 22 points and 37 DK vs Providence back in December.
A.J. HoggardMSUIL690025.67660024.16
After a down game vs Minnesota last time out, this is a good buy-low spot for A.J. Hoggard. He had 16 points and 30 DK vs Illinois earlier this season and can easily get back to that production. Hoggard is tough to trust in cash, but the GPP upside for another 30+ DFS points is always there when he’s active offensively. He’s coming off two straight games where his shot volume was low, but we have to expect that to change at home here in a big showdown.
Walter Clayton Jr.UFAUB650027.9  
Walter Clayton is now at a season-low DK price following a bad game at Texas A&M. That was one of his worst games of the season, though, and facing A&M on the road is a tough spot. Bank on the bounce back at home in an uptempo matchup here. Clayton can get back to his 15-20 points and 30+ DK upside at his best and it’s a good buy-low opportunity.

CBB DFS Value Guards

Tre DonaldsonAUBUF570017.39  
Since becoming a starter, Tre Donaldson’s cash floor is a lot stronger. He’s averaging 21 DK over the past four games with an uptick in minutes and offensive role as a starter. Donaldson just filled the stat sheet vs Alabama with 14 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, and 28 DK. As long as he’s priced below 6k, he’s a solid cash value with Auburn regularly playing in fast-paced games.
Trae HannibalLSUBAMA550014.57  
With Jalen Cook out last game, Trae Hannibal took on a much bigger for LSU. He had 8 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists, and 30 DK in 31 minutes as a starter. Hannibal also had 23 DK in 29 minutes the game before while starting in place of Cook. It looks like he’s earned a larger role moving forward, even if Cook plays this weekend. He’s a solid cash value with GPP upside in a high-scoring, uptempo home matchup.
Jeremiah WilliamsRUWISC550021.62530019.60
Jeremiah Williams has immediately been one of Rutgers’ top scorers and playmakers since becoming eligible two games ago. He has 21 DK in both games so far with a 26% usage and 27% shot rate. The price is beginning to rise, but Williams is still cheap enough to roster as a cash salary-saver.
Tyrese HunterUTWVU530022.65  
If you want to pay up for a Texas guard, Max Abmas is a good play after scoring 32 points and 46 DK vs West Virginia in the first meeting. On the cheaper end, Tyrese Hunter is a solid value at home against WVU’s poor defense. Hunter is averaging 20 DK over the past 10 games and actually offers a decent cash floor of ancillary stats while playing 30+ minutes.
Myles StuteSCARVAND420017.72  
Myles Stute is at a really cheap DK price despite just scoring 12 points with 17 DK last game. Stute has the upside for 20+ DK and double-digit points scored in any game when he’s making threes. He’s shooting 50% from three in conference play now and faces a poor Vandy 3-point defense. Plus, this is a “revenge game” for the Vandy transfer.

CBB DFS Top Forwards

PJ HallCLEMSYR890037.19880035.00
PJ Hall was excellent in Clemson’s upset over UNC, posting 25 points, 9 rebounds, and 42 DK. He can easily keep it going in this weekend’s favorable matchup. Syracuse has a weaker, undersized frontcourt with a poor interior defense and one of the worst rebounding rates in the sport. It’s an ideal spot, even on the road, for Hall to have another ceiling game for GPPs.
Josh OduroPROVBUTLE870031.95800030.05
Josh Oduro is coming off a massive performance vs Creighton when he went for 32 points, 12 rebounds, and 56 DK. It’s now his seventh straight game with 34+ DK points. The Providence offense will continue to revolve around him and Devin Carter as the headliners, giving both a strong cash floor. Butler doesn’t have a good inside defense and Oduro dominated this matchup earlier this season with 19 points, 14 boards, and 53 DK.
Ryan KalkbrennerCREXAV850033.53840031.87
Ryan Kalkbrenner has been consistently producing throughout conference play. The Creighton center is averaging 17.1 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.6 blocks, and 36 DK over the past 10 games now. He has the clear size and talent advantage vs Xavier’s frontcourt this weekend and should produce again for cash lineups. Kalkbrenner had 16 points and 31 DK in the first meeting, which is about his floor.
Kyle FilipowskiDUKEBC790037.96  
This is now a season-low DK price for Kyle Filipowski and makes it a great buy-low opportunity. The Duke big man has been inconsistent offensively and for DFS lately, but he always has the upside to smash the slate. Filipowski is tough to trust in cash because of the sub-30 DK efforts recently. Still, he can go off for a 20-point double-double and 40+ DK in any given game. At home vs Boston College’s suspect defense is certainly a good spot.
Donovan ClinganUCONNGU740027.07  
Since he’s returned from injury, Donovan Clingan has been inconsistent in real life and for DFS. Earlier this week, though, he went off for 18 points, 14 rebounds, and 47 DK. That’s a good glimpse at Clingan’s upside when he’s dominating the paint. Georgetown has the worst interior defense in the Big East and it could give Clingan another big outing for GPP lineups. If you want exposure to the UConn guards, look at Tristen Newton for cash and Cam Spencer in GPPs.

CBB DFS Value Forwards

Chris BellSYRCLEM610017.53620015.45
With Benny Williams off the team now, Chris Bell looks like he’ll be taking on a bigger role. He just exploded for 30 points and 44 DK last game while taking 15 shots and going 8-for-10 from three. Bell is a bit reliant on the three-point shooting, but Clemson has a subpar 3-point defense. It’s a good matchup for him to stay hot and return value.
Alex CondonUFAUB570020.82  
Alex Condon is a good example of a boom-or-bust GPP value play. At his best, the freshman big man can post 25 DK or so with his rebounding and shot-blocking. His offensive rebounding ability gives him upside against an Auburn team that struggles on the defensive boards. With a DK price below 6k, it’s a good spot to take a chance on Condon in a high-total matchup.
Evan TaylorVANDSCAR550016.54  
Evan Taylor has emerged as a safer value play since moving back into Vandy’s starting lineup. He’s averaging 12 PPG and 22 DK over the past five starts and just went off for 20 points/30 DK last game vs Kentucky. Even when Vandy doesn’t score a ton, Taylor is producing with an uptick in shot volume and shooting 40% from three in conference play.
Jack ClarkCLEMSYR420010.5449009.98
After recently returning from injury, Jack Clark moved into Clemson’s starting lineup last game and logged 33 minutes vs UNC. That’s a great sign that he should be a bigger part of the rotation moving forward. Clark had 6 points, 7 rebounds, and 18 DK with the starting role and easily can get to 20-25 DFS points in this higher-scoring matchup vs Syracuse.


CBB DFS Core Plays 

DraftKings Cash

  • Baylor Scheierman – Creighton
  • Josh Oduro – Providence
  • Tre Donaldson – Auburn

DraftKings GPP

  • Kyle Filipowski – Duke
  • Walter Clayton Jr. – Florida
  • Trae Hannibal – LSU

FanDuel Cash

  • Baylor Scheierman – Creighton
  • Judah Mintz – Syracuse
  • Jeremiah Williams – Rutgers

FanDuel GPP

  • PJ Hall – Clemson
  • DJ Davis – Butler
  • Chris Bell – Syracuse

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