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Sharife Cooper, G, Auburn
Run, don't walk, to make a claim here. Cooper has gained his eligibility, and the former five-star recruit pumped in 26 points, nine assists, four rebounds and three steals in his debut, playing 33 minutes. He looks like an immediate game changer for SEC formats, and well worth rostering in deeper pools as well.
Daivien Williamson, G, Wake Forest
Williamson has started all but one of the Deacons' games, and is coming off of a season-high 39 minutes at Duke where he posted 17 points, two boards, two assists and two steals. He's been a bit inconsistent in the scoring column, but is averaging a usable 10.2 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 2.8 apg and 1.5 spg. Those all-around contributions can be of great short term value in ACC circles where multiple team's currently have their seasons' paused.
Reece Beekman, G, Virginia
The Cavaliers continue to tinker with their rotation, and Beekman has started the last two games as a result, playing 37 minutes in each. He's not lighting things up, posting a combined 16 points, four rebounds, six assists and five steals. But it's rare to find a minutes boost like this in January, and if it stays, the assist and steal totals look appealing, or can at least provide some depth options in ACC-heavy leagues.
Justice Sueing, F, Ohio State
Sueing is seemingly a maddening fantasy option, in that he flashes enough that he should be rostered, but he's too