This article is part of our DFS College Basketball series.
RJ Barrett, Duke ($9,700 FD, $11,000 DK): Barrett is averaging just over 40 DK points/game over three games without Zion Williamson, which is somehow less than his season average. That doesn't take into account the effort of 57.8 DK points against UNC, but the point I'm trying to make here is that Barrett hasn't automatically received a major boost with Zion on the shelf. He instead becomes the focal point of the opposing defense, which should be the case once again with Tuesday's matchup against Wake Forest. He registered 31.8 DK points the first time those teams met, but this time around is likely to be without Williamson available. According to reports from Monday, Zion is nearing the end of his rehab and should be considered day-to-day, but I don't understand the point of rushing him back for a home game against one of the ACC's worst teams (KenPom gives them less than a one percent chance to win). It's likely Barrett's show again, but as I alluded to earlier, that doesn't lock him in for even 4x on DraftKings. He's more of a GPP play for me. There's some blowout risk with Wake Forest checking in with the No. 226 defense, according to KenPom, and the team plays at a tempo landing right in the middle of the pack.
Dedric Lawson, Kansas ($8,900 FD, $9,900 DK): Lawson continues to dominate the KU usage rate with a fantasy-point ceiling in the mid-to-upper 50s. In his first meeting with