This article is part of our DFS College Basketball series.
With no NBA to play Tuesday night, the college basketball tournaments are getting bigger and better across both major sites. Let's run down some of the key players and games to consider when constructing tonight's lineups.
Grant Williams, Tennessee ($8,900 FD, $9,700 DK): He'll be the best player on the floor in a game with the highest over/under on the slate, so what's not to like? Vanderbilt is a middle-of-the-pack team in terms of pace, with a defense outside of KenPom's top-100. This is also a rematch of a Jan. 23 matchup where Williams scored 43 real life points en route to a DK score of 64.5. For those here that are NBA regulars, scores in the 60s happen rarely, if ever. There's no Zion Williamson or Ethan Happ to break the bank on tonight, so I'd go as far as to call Williams a cash game cornerstone, even if we can't count on overtime again. Pair Williams with a red-hot Jordan Bone ($7,200 FD, $7,300 DK) if you think this game goes over and you want to maximize the Tennessee exposure with a G/F stack.
Carsen Edwards, Purdue ($8,700 FD, $9,600 DK): Over his last 10 games, Edwards is averaging 40.0 DK points, which makes him a model of consistency. While there's enough ceiling for GPP appeal, the spot here isn't great. He gets a road matchup against a slow-paced Hoosier team, which despite a mediocre 13-12 record, still has a top-40 defense according to KenPom. Edwards