Welcome back to another week of the CFB DFS Playbook Saturday Night Edition. Today we will dive into the Saturday college football 7:00pm ET Week 11 evening slate with a focus on the top CFB DFS picks on DraftKings and FanDuel. Some of the top players and teams in the nation will be in action for this Saturday Night CFB Week 11 slate including a huge SEC matchup as #9 Ole Miss and Jaxson Dart travel to Sanford Stadium in Athens to face Carson Beck and the #2 Georgia Bulldogs. Other top stars in action tonight include Jayden Daniels of LSU, exciting running backs Omarion Hampton of North Carolina and Jonathon Brooks from Texas plus all-world receiver Marvin Harrison Jr of the #1 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. Check out the college football betting odds, team totals, and over/unders below to get an idea of which games or teams to target in CFB DFS lineups. If you're building CFB DFS lineups tonight, be sure to check out our college football weekly projections and CFB DFS lineup generator. So now we are ready to dive in and check out my top CFB DFS top picks and plays for Saturday Night, November 11th.
College Football Week 11 Saturday Night Odds
7p ET Mississippi @ Georgia (-10.5) 58.5 O/U
7p Cincinnati @ Houston (-2.5) 53.5 O/U FD Only
7p San Diego State @ Colorado State (-3.5) 46.5 O/U FD Only
7p ET West Virginia @ Oklahoma (-12.5) 60.0 O/U
7:30p ET Texas (-12.5) @ TCU 56.0 O/U
7:30p ET Mississippi State @ Texas A&M (-19.0) 42.5 O/U
7:30p ET Michigan State @ Ohio State (-31.0) 47.0 O/U
7:30p ET Rice @ UTSA (-17.5) 56.5 O/U FD Only
7:30p ET Florida @ LSU (-13.5) 67.0 O/U
8p ET Duke @ North Carolina (-14.5) 51.5 O/U
CFB DFS QUARTERBACKS
Jayden Daniels - LSU @ Florida ($10.3K DK/12.5K FD)
Jayden Daniels is currently in concussion protocol but if he’s available he is the top quarterback of the slate. Unranked Florida has lost two in a row and now must travel to Death Valley to face Heisman hopeful Daniels and the high-powered LSU offense. After transferring from Arizona State, Daniels is having a monster season as he leads the nation in total offense (386.8 yards per game). He has thrown for 2,792 yards and 27 touchdowns while adding 684 yards rushing. If Daniels is not cleared by kickoff, backup Garrett Nussmeier is projected to start and is also fully in play. LSU's offense ranks number one nationally in three categories: total offense (544.6), third-down conversions (56.6) and pass efficiency (186.2) as Florida enters the game allowing 350.4 yards per game, which ranks 44th in the FBS.
Garrett Greene - West Virginia @ Oklahoma ($8.5K DK/10.2K FD)
Last season’s Oklahoma game was a coming out party for Garrett Greene. The Mountaineer quarterback, who began that contest on the bench, got his shot late in the first quarter and finished with 258 total yards of offense and two touchdowns. Greene destroyed OU's defense on the ground in that game as the dual-threat quarterback ran the ball 14 times for 119 yards, which still stands as a career-high total. He continues to be a threat on the ground this season with 76 carries for 427 yards and eight touchdowns. No other Big 12 quarterback has recorded more rushing yards this season, making Saturday's matchup a tough one for the Sooner defense that is allowing 248.3 yards in the air and 134.1 yards on the ground. With a 58-point game total this could turn into a shootout and chances are Greene and West Virginia will be behind and airing it out trying to catch up.
Max Johnson - Texas A&M vs. Mississippi State ($6.7K DK/8.5K FD)
Max Johnson, who took over for the injured starter Conner Weigman in Week 4's win over Auburn, suffered a rib injury during A&M’s 38-35 road loss to #10 Ole Miss last weekend. The redshirt sophomore played through the pain, finishing 31 of 42 passing for 305 yards and one touchdown plus running in another. Johnson, who is now working behind improved blocking, is expected to play through the pain at home against Mississippi State and is one of the top values at the quarterback position tonight.
Other Top Quarterbacks (In Order of Preference)
Dillon Gabriel, Oklahoma ($9.2K DK/11.3K FD) - Gabriel has been one of the country's best quarterbacks through nine games. His 28 touchdowns accounted for are four more than the Big 12 player with the next most.
Kyle McCord, Ohio State ($7.9K DK/8.5K FD) - He may not have the ceiling of previous Buckeye quarterbacks, but this is still too cheap of a price tag for Kyle McCord.
Graham Mertz, Florida ($7.1K DK/8.9K FD) VALUE – The LSU defense is allowing 24.1 DraftKings points to QB1’s. Mertz did throw for 230 yards and two touchdowns against Georgia.
CFB DFS RUNNING BACKS
TreVeyon Henderson - Ohio State vs. Michigan State ($6.9K DK/9.5K FD)
TreVeyon Henderson racked up more than 200 combined rushing and receiving yards for the second week in a row, rushing 22 times for 128 yards and catching five passes for 80 yards with one rushing score against Rutgers. With Miyan Williams out for the season, Henderson has fully stepped back into the starting running back role and has literally been run of the top runners in the nation ever since he returned from injury. This is an improved offensive line and with it Henderson has saved the Ohio state offense the last two weeks. Against Wisconsin, he pretty much won the game for the Bucks, as he rushed for 162 yards and had another 45 yards receiving. Then, this past week against Rutgers he was the entire offense rushing for 128 yards with another 80 receiving yards. Tre shines under the lights and steps up when the game is on the line- $6.9K is just too cheap.
Omarion Hampton - North Carolina vs. Duke ($6.8K DK/10.2K FD)
Omarion Hampton has been dominant in his sophomore campaign at Chapel Hill. After rushing for 401 yards and six touchdowns in his first year Hampton has taken on a bigger role this season, tallying 1,067 yards (fourth in the nation) and 12 scores on 6.1 yards per carry. He now has four-consecutive 100-yard games and two straight multiple-score outings. For a Duke defense that has struggled against star running backs this season, Hampton could be a major problem. Jawhar Jordan ran for 163 yards and two scores, Audric Estime 82 yards and two touchdowns and Will Shipley ran for114 yards in the opener. A huge game is on the horizon for Omarion Hampton at Kenan Memorial Stadium tonight.
Jahiem White - West Virginia @ Oklahoma ($3.8K DK/5.9K FD)
West Virginia freshman Jahiem White turned in a career-best performance last Saturday, rushing for 146 yards on 16 carries in the Mountaineers’ 37-7 home victory over BYU. White now has 416 yards on only 50 attempts (8.3 yards per carry) and put up his second 100-yard performance this season. He is quickly establishing himself as one of the Big-12’s top up-and-coming playmakers and is averaging 16 DraftKings over his last two games. It is no secret that the WVU offense will only go as far as its running games takes them and Mountaineer OC Chad Scott now says that he wants packages that include CJ Donaldson and White on the field together. Stay tuned as the best is yet to come and at $3.8K Jahiem White is a solid value play tonight against Oklahoma.
Other Top Running Backs (In Order of Preference)
Jonathon Brooks, Texas ($7.7K DK/10.0K FD) - Brooks is one of the best runners in the nation with 1,034 yards and eight touchdowns on 165 attempts. Firmly in play if you have the funds.
Quinshon Judkins, Mississippi ($6.7K DK/8.4K FD) - Judkins is a stud but is facing Georgia putting him in GPP-only territory.
Le’Veon Moss, Texas A&M ($4.9K DK/7.6K FD) - Moss is a solid price here but is day-to-day. If he is out, then teammate Amari Daniels becomes close to a main lineup play at $4.8K DK.
Gavin Sawchuk, Oklahoma ($4.2K DK)/6.2K FD) - Sawchuk splits time with Tawee Walker but is cheap and has a touchdown in three straight games.
CJ Baxter, Oklahoma ($4.1K DK/6.2K FD) - Baxter is arguably the nation’s top freshman tailback and has two touchdowns in his last three games.
CFB DFS WIDE RECEIVERS
Malik Nabers - LSU vs. Florida ($9.1K DK/10.5K FD)
Malik Nabers is putting up DeVonta Smith-type numbers for LSU this season. Through nine games, Nabers has 1,152 receiving yards — 106 more than anyone else across the nation. The only Power 5 player with more receiving touchdowns than Nabers (10) is his LSU teammate, Brian Thomas, with 11. He’s also third among Power 5 receivers in receptions (66), but the two players ahead of him don’t come close to his 17.5 yards per catch. He is on pace to have one of the five best seasons ever for an SEC receiver and gets a shootout tonight with a sky high 67.0-point total. Nabers will never be highly owned due to his steep price tag but could very well nuke the slate and help ship a GPP lineup.
Ricky Pearsall - Florida @ LSU ($6.7K DK/8.4K FD)
Ricky Pearsall has been a deep threat for the Florida Gators all season and now gets a chance to rip apart an LSU secondary that has struggled for most of the year. As he heads into Death Valley, he will be going up against one of two inexperienced cornerbacks – either Sage Ryan or Javien Toviano. The Graham Mertz-Pearsall connection has revived an emerging passing attack for Florida and Pearsall has not been under 10 DraftKings points all season. He is averaging 19.1 points and there is no reason not to expect anything less tonight in what is by far the highest game total on the slate.
Ladd McConkey - Georgia @ Mississippi ($5.8K DK/7.0K FD)
Despite two years of success at Georgia, Ladd McConkey had not been able to reach greater heights this season due to a back injury that kept him out for a significant portion of the year. Despite the injury, McConkey is still fourth on the team with 337 receiving yards and a touchdown — alongside a 135-yard performance against Florida this season where he was named SEC Offensive Player of the Week. Now, in the two games that star tight end Brock Bowers has missed, McConkey has brought in 13 catches (15 targets) for 230 yards and a crazy total of 113 yards after catch (45 total DraftKings points). With Georgia projected to score five touchdowns against Ole Miss and McConkey being the alpha in the receivers’ room this is a nice salary to add to your lineup.
Bryson Nesbit - North Carolina vs. Duke ($4.1K DK)
I absolutely love the play of Tar Heel tight end Bryson Nesbit. At 6’5” 235 lbs., he has the length and catch radius to grab just about anything within 15 feet of his body, the size to catch over defensive backs, and the speed and moves to evade linebackers. Nesbit is averaging 86 receiving yards and four receptions over the last three games for a 16.6 DraftKings average and saw 10 targets last week! Bryson Nesbit is your top receiver value of the slate.
Other Top Wide Receivers (In Order of Preference)
Marvin Harrison Jr., Ohio State ($8.9K DK/10.0K FD) - They won’t come cheap, but you probably want to find a way to get either Harrison Jr. or Malik Nabers in your lineup tonight.
Devin Carter, West Virginia ($5.0K DK/5.9K FD) - Carter has been targeted 27 times since moving to the slot four games ago and Oklahoma struggles against this position.
Devontez Walker, North Carolina ($8.3K DK/9.5K FD) - Walker is the top target of Drake Maye and is averaging 23 DraftKings points a game.
Eugene Wilson III, Florida ($6.2K DK/7.6K FD) - Wilson III is averaging 10 targets over his last four games and has a touchdown in three of the four.
Adonai Mitchell, Texas ($6.1K DK/8.0K FD) - Mitchell is averaging 26 DraftKings points over his last two games and has scored four touchdowns over his last four games.
Cade Stover, Ohio State ($4.3K DK/7.4K FD) - He missed last week but Stover is Ohio State’s second-leading receiver with 27 receptions and 429 receiving yards.
Jalil Farooq, Oklahoma ($6.0K DK/6.4K FD) - It’s been an up and down season for Farooq but he is just too cheap on FanDuel this week.
Jayden Daniels - LSU
Omarion Hampton - North Carolina
TreVeyon Henderson - Ohio State
Bryson Nesbit - North Carolina (Value)
Jayden Daniels - LSU
Malik Nabers - LSU
Jalil Farooq - Oklahoma (Value)